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February 09, 2003

Moves

Baseball

MARLINS: Won arbitration case against P Vladimir Nunez, who will earn $1.4 million this season instead of the $1.75 million he asked for.

YANKEES: Won right to negotiate with P Ramon Ramirez of Japanese Central League's Hiroshima Carp.

College

INDIANA: Announced that freshman F Daryl Pegram has left men's basketball program and intends to transfer.

NAVY: Announced following football award winners: T Derek Jaskowiak, George Fritzinger Memorial Award, as senior who contributed leadership and spirit; G Grant Moody, Jeffrey R. Korn Memorial Scholar-Athlete Award; T Jim Zakar, Cmdr. Ralph Sentmann Award, as senior who achieved greatest increase in class standing from plebe year to first class year; FB Marvin Dingle, Collins/Roos Class of 1949 Junior Varsity MVP Award; QB Chris Ashinhurst, Lt. Cmdr. A.A. Schaufelberger Award, as MVP of sprint football Army-Navy game; FB Bryce McDonald, E.E. "Rip" Miller Award, as player who made greatest contribution to team; FB Cee Harris, Cooke Memorial Football Award, as senior who promotes team spirit; and QB Craig Candeto, Silver Helmet Award, as team's MVP.

Football

TITANS: Signed president and chief operating officer Jeff Diamond to contract extension.

Hockey

KINGS: Placed C Jason Allison on IR, retroactive to Jan. 25, with cervical strain. Placed D Chris McAlpine on IR, retroactive to Jan. 28, with hernia.

Olympics

USOC: Executive committee approved two new training sites: The Home Depot Center at Cal State-Dominguez Hills for soccer, track cycling, tennis and track and field; and Lakeshore Foundation in Birmingham, Ala., for Paralympians.

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