Transactions

TRANSACTIONS

February 20, 2003

Moves

Baseball

DEVIL RAYS: Signed P Jorge Sosa to one-year contract. GIANTS: Agreed to terms with P Kirk Rueter on two-year contract extension, through 2005.

MARLINS: Arbitration panel ruled in favor of team's $2.5 million offer to P A.J. Burnett, instead of his request for $3.075 million.

PIRATES: Agreed to contract with OF Reggie Sanders.

Basketball

MAGIC: Traded F Mike Miller, F Ryan Humphrey and first-round pick owed to Orlando by Sacramento and a second-round selection in 2004 to Memphis Grizzlies for F Drew Gooden and G Gordan Giricek.

76ERS: Activated F Monty Williams from injured list. Placed C Todd MacCulloch on injured list with left and right foot neuropathy.

College

GEORGIA TECH: Named Wayne Geis passing game coordinator and wide receivers coach.

OHIO: Named Jeff Bleamer offensive line coach.

STETSON: Forward Alexis McMillan will miss rest of season because of knee injury.

TENNESSEE STATE: Named Rod Reed defensive coordinator and linebackers coach, Tony Turner defensive backs coach and Bill Kyahat defensive line coach.

Football

BILLS: Designated WR Peerless Price their franchise player.

PANTHERS: Designated P Todd Sauerbrun their franchise player.

STEELERS: Signed G Keydrick Vincent.

Hockey

BLACKHAWKS: Reassigned G Michael Garnett from ECHL Greenville to AHL Chicago.

BLUES: Claimed C Ryan Johnson off waivers from Panthers. Assigned C Justin Papineau to AHL Worcester.

CANUCKS: Assigned D Mikko Jokela to AHL Manitoba.

KINGS: Recalled G Cristobal Huet from AHL Manchester.

PANTHERS: Recalled LW Eric Beaudoin from AHL San Antonio.

PREDATORS: Recalled G Jan Lasak from AHL Milwaukee.

Golf

PGA Tour

Money leaders

No. Name Trn Money

1. Ernie Els 2 $1,810,000

2. Mike Weir 3 $1,212,000

3. Vijay Singh 4 $1,021,429

4. Davis Love 2 $991,125

5. Tiger Woods 1 $810,000

6. Chris DiMarco 4 $693,500

7. Rocco Mediate 3 $667,800

8. Tom Lehman 5 $621,746

9. Tim Herron 4 $575,443

10. Jay Haas 3 $563,621

11. Aaron Baddeley 4 $494,775

12. Carl Pettersson 2 $486,000

13. K.J. Choi 5 $471,665

14. Brad Faxon 3 $470,788

15. John Huston 3 $468,240

16. Phil Mickelson 4 $464,975

17. Retief Goosen 3 $462,929

18. Jerry Kelly 4 $414,125

19. Tim Petrovic 4 $377,703

20. Jim Furyk 3 $368,271

21. Briny Baird 4 $342,420

22. Harrison Frazar 3 $341,271

23. Charles Howell III 5 $335,350

24. Chris Riley 4 $325,100

25. Robert Gamez 4 $314,656

26. Joe Durant 3 $273,653

27. Luke Donald 4 $266,350

28. Jonathan Kaye 4 $265,550

29. Dan Forsman 4 $259,970

30. Shigeki Maruyama 3 $235,721

31. Justin Leonard 3 $235,100

32. Phil Tataurangi 3 $234,833

33. Rory Sabbatini 4 $234,725

34. Tim Clark 3 $228,500

35. Pat Perez 5 $227,017

36. Kevin Sutherland 5 $220,770

37. Arron Oberholser 4 $219,503

38. Rod Pampling 5 $212,623

39. Paul Stankowski 4 $212,563

40. Robert Allenby 2 $207,691

41. Marco Dawson 4 $205,950

42. David Gossett 4 $190,100

43. Jonathan Byrd 5 $187,217

44. Fred Funk 4 $186,320

45. Bob Estes 2 $183,050

46. Cam. Beckman 4 $178,280

47. John Rollins 5 $176,880

48. Craig Perks 5 $173,050

49. Alex Cejka 5 $172,088

50. Jeff Sluman 4 $171,793

Locally

Baseball

The Maryland Mariners 12-year-old metro baseball team is looking for players who are interested in joining a premier organization. Call 410-477-0464 or visit www.maryandmariners.com.

The Western Howard County 14-year-old travel baseball team is looking for players. The team will play four games a week with tournaments scheduled throughout the season. Call Richard Dinnis at 410-489-0087.

Pro soccer

MISL standings

Eastern Conference

W L Pct. GB

Philadelphia 20 7 .741 --

Cleveland 13 14 .481 7

Blast 12 15 .444 8

Harrisburg 12 17 .414 9

Western Conference

W L Pct. GB

Milwaukee 23 5 .821 --

Kansas City 13 14 .481 9 1/2

San Diego 12 19 .387 12 1/2

Dallas 7 21 .250 16

Tomorrow's games

Blast at Kansas City, 9:05 p.m. Harrisburg at Clev., 7:35 p.m.

Saturday's game

Milwaukee at K.C., 9:05 p.m.

Sunday's games

Blast at Milwaukee, 2:05 p.m. Harrisburg at Phila., 1:05 p.m. Dallas at Cleveland, 3:05 p.m.

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