Moves Baseball ATHLETICS: Signed former Orioles P...

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May 02, 2002

Moves

Baseball

ATHLETICS: Signed former Orioles P Rocky Coppinger to contract with Single-A Modesto.

MARLINS: Placed P Josh Beckett on 15-day DL, retroactive to April 29, with large blister on the middle finger of pitching hand. Recalled P Ozwaldo Mairena from Triple-A Calgary. Transferred P Benito Baez from 15-day DL to 60-day DL.

PIRATES: Purchased contract of P Josias Manzanillo from Triple-A Nashville. Designated IF Mendy Lopez for assignment.

REDS: Activated P John Riedling from 15-day DL; optioned him to Double-A Chattanooga.

RED SOX: Sent P Willie Banks outright to Triple-A Pawtucket.

ROCKIES: Promoted roving minor-league infield coordinator Mike Gallego to major- league coaching staff, replacing Rich Donnelly, who resigned. Announced that bench coach Toby Harrah will assume Donnelly's duties as third base coach on permanent basis.

ROYALS: Assigned P Bryan Rekar to Triple-A Omaha. Purchased contract of C Juan Brito from Omaha.

TIGERS: Announced that they will place P Matt Anderson on 15-day DL with stiff shoulder.

Basketball

NBA: Suspended Hornets C Jamaal Magloire one game without pay and fined him $7,500 for flagrant foul against Magic G Tracy McGrady. ... F DeAngelo Collins of Inglewood (Calif.) High became first high school player to declare for this year's draft; he hired an agent, making him ineligible for college ball.

College

ALABAMA: F Erwin Dudley, SEC men's basketball Player of the Year, announced that he will skip NBA draft and return for senior season.

COLORADO STATE: Women's basketball coach Tom Collen resigned so he can take same position at Vanderbilt.

GREENSBORO: Named Lynn Ramage men's basketball coach.

IOWA STATE: Named Cael Sanderson, first four-time undefeated NCAA wrestling champion, administrative assistant.

LIU: Named Stephanie Gaitley women's basketball coach; she had been at St. Joseph's.

MOUNT ST. MARY'S: Jeff Koenig (baseball) and Katie Walton (basketball) were named winners of Sheridan Award, given to school's top male and female scholar-athletes. Kiana Fobbs (basketball) and Tom Dryer (lacrosse, Broadneck) were named winners of Kolon Award, given to senior athletes for inspirational effort, hard work and leadership.

UC IRVINE: Named Mike Johnson men's assistant basketball coach.

UTAH STATE: Named Raegan Scott-Pebley women's basketball coach.

Football

BEARS: WR Marcus Robinson took $1 million pay cut for next season to stay with team.

BENGALS: Signed free-agent QB Gus Frerotte, who had been with Broncos, to one-year contract. Terminated contract of S Darryl Williams.

BROWNS: Signed DT Marcus Spriggs to one-year contract. Waived DB Eddie Canonico.

CARDINALS: S Kwamie Lassiter accepted tender offer as franchise player worth guaranteed $3.34 million.

CHARGERS: Signed rookie free-agent WR Ryan Dennard to two-year contract. Signed free-agent G Bob Hallen, who had been with Falcons.

CHIEFS: Agreed to two-year contract with free-agent QB Jonathan Quinn, who had been with Jaguars.

GIANTS: Director of college player personnel Marv Sunderland resigned. Assistant GM Rick Donohue retired, effective June 1. Named Jerry Reese director of college player personnel and Kevin Abrams assistant GM.

SEAHAWKS: Re-signed FB Mack Strong to one-year contract.

Golf

AUGUSTA NATIONAL GOLF CLUB: Revised new policy on past champions by reducing number of tournaments they must play to be eligible for Masters from 15 to 10.

Hockey

NHL: Fined Maple Leafs GM-coach Pat Quinn $30,000 for inappropriate comments to the media during conference quarterfinals.

LIGHTNING: D Petr Svoboda retired.

Lacrosse

BAYHAWKS (MLL): Traded M Ken Garcia and first two picks in draft to Long Island Lizards for A Sean Radebaugh (Salisbury) and playing rights to Gary Gait, who has retired as player and is Bayhawks' offensive coordinator.

Colleges

Baseball

State

Maryland 18, UMBC 2

East

A. Magnus 8, Mass. Maritime 6

Alvernia 13, Wesley 2

Arcadia 4, Gwynedd Mercy 0

Brandeis 8, Bentley 6

Concordia, N.Y. 15-10, Bridgeport 8-0

Connecticut 7, Sacred Heart 4

CW Post 5, Long Island U. 2

E. Stroudsburg 6-2, Millersville 2-3

Manhattan 13, Columbia 8

Marist 19, Wagner 6

N.J. City 6, Stevens Tech 2

Old Westbury 4, Queens College 1

Oswego St. 5, Ithaca 1

Rhode Island 3, Northeastern 1

St. Bonaventure 7-1, Buffalo 6-3

St. Joseph's, N.Y. 5, Kean 3

St. Peter's 7, Fairleigh Dickinson 5

Seton Hall 7, St. Francis, N.Y. 6

Staten Island 6, Farmingdale 5

Stonehill 10-11, S. N. Hamp. 1-6

Wesleyan, Conn. 10, Springfield 6

South

Liberty 7, Richmond 5

Virginia Tech 7, VMI 5

Wake Forest 15, Davidson 3

Midwest

Detroit 11, Wayne, Mich. 9

Indiana Tech 11-1, Madonna 4-5

Michigan 21, E. Michigan 7

St. Xavier 9, North Park 7

Wis.-River Falls 4-6, Wis.-La Crosse 2-9

Wis.-Whitewater 12-3, Wis.-Platteville 7-1

Softball

Anne Arundel CC 14-19, Chesapeake CC 2-0

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