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TRANSACTIONS

September 20, 2002

Moves

Baseball

BLUE JAYS: Signed two-year affiliation agreement with Double-A New Haven.

DEVIL RAYS: Recalled C Paul Hoover from Triple-A Durham.

INDIANS: Traded OF Jason Fitzgerald to Braves to complete March 21 trade for C Eddie Perez.

TIGERS: Activated P Matt Anderson from 60-day DL. Recalled OF Craig Monroe and OF Andres Torres from Triple-A Toledo.

Basketball

NBA: Announced that Heat won't receive salary cap relief for C Alonzo Mourning, who probably will miss season with kidney ailment.

BUCKS: Assistant coach Tim Grgurich resigned.

SUPERSONICS: Re-signed F Rashard Lewis to seven-year contract.

College

EAST TENNESSEE STATE: Agreed to five-year contract extension with men's basketball coach Ed DeChellis through 2006-07.

FLORIDA A&M: Named Mike Gillespie Jr. men's assistant basketball coach.

UMES: Outside hitter and setter Jan Milin was named MEAC volleyball Rookie of the Week.

NEW HAMPSHIRE: Signed women's basketball coach Sue Johnson to multiyear contract extension.

TOWSON: Signed volleyball coach Chris Riley to three-year contract extension.

VERMONT: Named Matt Luneau women's assistant basketball coach.

Football

NFL: Fined Buccaneers DT Warren Sapp $10,000 for slamming Ravens RB Chester Taylor to ground during Sunday's game.

BUCCANEERS: Signed G Chris Valletta to practice squad. Released DE Greg White.

CHIEFS: Signed TE Dwayne Blakley to practice squad. Released DT Terdell Sands from practice squad.

PACKERS: Signed tackle Kris Farris; released T Tim Stuber from practice squad.

PANTHERS: Signed K Jon Hilbert to practice squad.

Golf

PGA TOUR: Announced that former Pennsylvania Classic will be renamed 84 Lumber Classic and played at Nemacolin Woodlands' Mystic Rock course in Farmington, Pa., from 2003 to 2006.

Hockey

CAPITALS: Announced that former Washington D Ken Sabourin will do commentary during radio broadcasts of home games.

HURRICANES: Announced that Raleigh Entertainment & Sports Arena will be renamed RBC Center after team reached $80 million, 20-year naming-rights agreement with Royal Bank of Canada.

Soccer

U.S. SOCCER: Named Landon Donovan, Brad Friedel and Claudio Reyna finalists for Honda Player of the Year award, given to top player on men's national team. ... Named Phil Wheddon goalie coach for women's national team.

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