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TRANSACTIONS

September 27, 2002

Moves

Auto racing

NASCAR: Fined crew chief Robert Kocher $500 for rules infractions in the John Boy & Billy Hardee's 250 on Sept. 21.

Baseball

RANGERS: Announced its Double-A affiliate will move from Tulsa to Frisco.

REDS: Announced resignation of trainer Greg Lynn.

ROCKIES: Signed two-year player development contracts with Double-A Tulsa and Single-A Visalia Oaks.

Basketball

CAVALIERS: Signed G Smush Parker.

HEAT: Signed C Ken Johnson and G Khalid El-Amin.

JAZZ: Signed G Raul Lopez to a three-year contract. Re-signed F Scott Padgett to a one-year contract.

NATIONAL BASKETBALL DEVELOPMENT LEAGUE: Announced that game officials Ed Malloy, Tony Brown and Anthony Jordan have been assigned to work NBA games for 2002-03 season.

College

WESTERN KENTUCKY: Announced F Michael Doe will leave basketball program.

WEST VIRGINIA: Announced F Ramika McGee will miss 2002-03 season after undergoing successful surgery to repair torn ACL in left knee.

Cycling

SUSPENSION: Juan Pineda suspended for two years after testing positive for two anabolic steroids at a professional race in Lancaster, Pa., on June 4.

Football

EAGLES: Promoted DT Jeremy Slechta and S Julian Jones from practice squad. Released QB A.J. Feeley and LB Tyreo Harrison.

PACKERS: Signed free-agent OT Barrett Brooks. Placed RB Rondell Mealey on waivers.

RAMS: Signed OT Jared Peck to practice squad. Released RB Maurice Douglas from practice squad.

Hockey

CANADIENS: Signed D Craig Rivet to four-year contract extension.

PENGUINS: Terminated training camp tryout contract with F Alexander Selivanov.

STARS: Signed LW Brenden Morrow to three-year contract.

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