November 07, 2003



METS: Named Al Goldis and Bill Singer special assistants to GM; Goldis is a former Orioles scout.

ORIOLES: Single-A Frederick announced that manager Tom Lawless, pitching coach Scott McGregor and field coach Elmore Hill will return next season and that Trek Schuler will be trainer.

ROYALS: Invited OF Brandon Berger, OF Shane Costa, IF Brent Abernathy, IF Gookie Dawkins, former Orioles 1B Calvin Pickering, P Zack Greinke, P Mike Venafro, P Dennys Reyes, P Shawn Camp, P Eric Thompson and C Mitch Maier to spring training.

WHITE SOX: Exercised $5 million 2004 option on SS Jose Valentin.


BUCKS: Placed F Brian Skinner on injured list with left knee injury.

CAVALIERS: Released F Jelani McCoy.

SIOUX FALLS (CBA): Signed F-C Roy Tarpley.

USA BASKETBALL: Named Anne Donovan assistant coach for 2004 Olympics.


ATLANTIC 10: Invited Charlotte and Saint Louis to join conference.

GETTYSBURG: Opposite-side hitter Nicole Barr (Broadneck) was named to Centennial Conference volleyball second team.

HOOD: Named Eric Hansen assistant athletic trainer.

KENTUCKY STATE: Fired men's basketball coach Winston Bennett.

MOUNT ST. MARY'S: D Keli Stevens (Sparrows Point) was named to NEC women's soccer first team.

COLLEGE OF NOTRE DAME: D Julia Bachman was named to Academic All-District II College Division women's soccer first team.

TOWSON: D Kristen Gayo (Fallston) was named to CAA women's soccer second team.


BRONCOS: Placed LB John Mobley on IR.

PATRIOTS: Released LB Justin Kurpeikis from practice squad.

BERLIN (NFL EUROPE): Named Rick Lantz coach; he's a former Navy interim coach.

High school

WESTMINSTER: G Eboni Preston (St. Bonaventure) and D Amanda Diehl (Ohio University) have committed orally to play women's lacrosse.

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