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TRANSACTIONS

August 15, 2002

Moves

Baseball

ANGELS: Sent IF Johnny Raburn to Brewers to complete July 31 trade for OF Alex Ochoa.

CARDINALS: Purchased contract of former Orioles P Gabe Molina from Triple-A Memphis. Optioned P Matt Duff to Memphis.

DIAMONDBACKS: Placed IF Craig Counsell on 15-day DL, retroactive to Friday, with neck injury. Activated C Damian Miller from 15-day DL.

INDIANS: Placed OF Milton Bradley on 15-day DL, retroactive to Monday, with appendicitis. Purchased contract of OF Covelli Crisp from Double-A Akron. Designated P Jason Beverlin for assignment.

Basketball

USA BASKETBALL: Announced G Jay Williams will replace Ray Allen on men's World Championship team.

HEAT: Signed F Rasual Butler, second-round pick.

KINGS: Signed free-agent F Keon Clark, who had been with Raptors, for one year for $4.5 million mid-level salary cap exception.

LAKERS: Signed free-agent G A.J. Guyton.

NETS: Signed F Rodney Rogers, who had been with Celtics, to three-year contract worth $9 million.

College

METRO ATLANTIC ATHLETIC CONFERENCE: Announced that Virginia Military Institute has become associate member of men's lacrosse league, beginning in 2003.

BUCKNELL: Named Meghan Lynch women's assistant soccer coach and Ann Brophy women's graduate assistant soccer coach.

COLGATE: Named Brian Regan men's assistant basketball coach.

FROSTBURG STATE: Named John Witkowski assistant men's soccer coach and Mike Schmidt men's and women's assistant track and field coach.

HAMPTON: Named James Carter (Mervo) assistant track and field coach.

JOHNS HOPKINS: Named Lellie Cherry Swords (St. Paul's) women's assistant lacrosse coach.

NAVY: Named Brad Enright men's assistant basketball coach.

PENNSYLVANIA: Named Brian Voelker men's lacrosse coach.

SOUTH ALABAMA: Named Everett Jackson women's assistant basketball coach.

TOWSON: Named Tabitha Hitchcock athletic media relations assistant.

Football

BILLS: Released CB Jykine Bradley and WR Delrico Fletcher.

BEARS: Agreed to injury settlement with DT Rodney Jones and waived him.

49ERS: Signed S Chad Cota. Placed S Kevin Curtis on IR. Waived P Andrew Bayes.

JETS: Waived WR Jerris Evans.

PACKERS: Claimed FB Jerry Westbrooks off waivers from Dolphins. Placed S Scott Froston IR with shoulder injury.

PATRIOTS: Signed CB Jimmy Hitchcock.

VIKINGS: Released QB Spergon Wynn and WR Devin Lewis.

Hockey

NHL: Announced that Rangers D Tom Poti was awarded one-year contract in arbitration.

LIGHTNING: Named Bill Barber director of player personnel.

RANGERS: Re-signed restricted free agent C Roman Lyashenko and restricted free-agent D Tom Poti.

STARS: Signed free-agent G Corey Hirsch, who had been with Capitals, to one-year contract.

Lacrosse

US LACROSSE: Named its roster for the 2003 U.S. Women's under-19 lacrosse training team, which includes M Jessica Adam (Severn), M Jessica Allen (Hereford), M Mollie Reese (Hereford), G Brooke Shinnaberry (Severna Park), A Coco Stanwick (Notre Dame Prep), M Schuyler Sutton (Severn), A Kristen Waagbo (Mount Hebron) and coach Wendy Kridel (Bryn Mawr).

Television

FOX: Selected Joe Buck, Cris Collinsworth, Troy Aikman and reporter Pam Oliver for top broadcasting team for NFL.

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