Transactions

TRANSACTIONS

April 13, 2004

Moves

Baseball

COMMISSIONER'S OFFICE: Voided Orioles transactions that put P Erik Bedard on major league roster and designated DH Jack Cust for assignment.

METS: Placed OF Cliff Floyd on 15-day DL with strained right quadriceps. Recalled OF Jeff Duncan from Triple-A Norfolk.

ORIOLES: Double-A Bowie named Brian Shallcross assistant GM.

TWINS: Signed P Terry Mulholland. Designated P Brad Thomas for assignment.

Basketball

HEAT: Activated C Wang Zhi-Zhi from injured list. Placed C Loren Woods on injured list with lower back strain.

OKLAHOMA (USBL): Signed F Shawn Kemp.

LIBERTY (WNBA): Signed F Katie Cronin.

STORM (WNBA): Signed F Maren Walseth.

Colleges

DEPAUL: Basketball coach Dave Leitao withdrew from consideration for St. John's job.

LOUISIANA STATE: Men's basketball assistant coach Rickey Broussard announced his resignation to take administrative position in athletic department.

MANCHESTER: Announced resignation of men's basketball coach Jamie Matthews to become coach at Saginaw Valley State.

UMBC: Field hockey player Kathleen Jackson (Wilde Lake) was named to represent UMBC at NCAA Leadership Conference.

MIAMI (FLA.): Named Frank Haith men's basketball coach.

MONTEVALLO: Named Roy Dixon women's basketball coach.

NEVADA-LAS VEGAS: Named Lew Hill men's basketball assistant coach and Mike Shepherd assistant director of basketball operations.

OHIO STATE: Named John Peterson tight ends coach and recruiting coordinator.

SHIPPENSBURG: Pennsylvania State Athletic Conference named Kelley Tiesi (Catholic) softball Eastern Division Pitcher of the Week.

SOUTH CAROLINA STATE: Named Tonya Mackey women's basketball coach.

STONY BROOK: Named Paul McGonagle offensive coordinator.

TEXAS TECH: Extended contract of football coach Mike Leach for three years through 2008.

WASHINGTON COLLEGE: Centennial Conference named M Stephen Berger (Mount St. Joseph) men's lacrosse Player of the Week and A Lindsey Eichner women's lacrosse Co-Player of the Week.

U. OF WASHINGTON: Pacific-10 penalized school for gambling violations and improper recruiting practices uncovered after former football coach Rick Neuheisel was fired last summer.

Football

BENGALS: Re-signed S Kevin Kaesviharn to three-year contract.

DOLPHINS: Signed S Antuan Edwards, who had been with Packers, to one-year contract.

Hockey

BLUE JACKETS: Signed D Prestin Ryan to multiyear contract; assigned him to AHL Syracuse.

PENGUINS: Sent G Marc-Andre Fleury to AHL Wilkes Barre/Scranton.

Baseball

Barry Bonds' milestone homers

Barry Bonds' milestone home runs, with number, date, pitcher, Bonds' team and opponent:

1 - June 4, 1986, off Craig McMurtry, Pittsburgh at Atlanta

100 - July 12, 1990, off Andy Benes, Pittsburgh vs. San Diego

200 - July 8, 1993, off Jose DeLeon, San Francisco at Philadelphia

250 - July 18, 1994, off Shawn Boskie, San Francisco at Philadelphia

300 - April 30, 1996, off John Burkett, San Francisco vs. Florida

350 - June 22, 1997, off Chan Ho Park, San Francisco vs. Los Angeles

400 - August 23, 1998, off Kirt Ojala, San Francisco at Florida

450 - April 15, 2000, off Todd Stottlemyre, San Francisco vs. Arizona

500 - April 18, 2001, off Terry Adams, San Francisco vs. Los Angeles

550 - August 27, 2001, off Kevin Appier, San Francisco at New York Mets

564 - October 4, 2001, off Wilfredo Rodriguez, San Francisco at Houston, ties Mark McGwire for major league mark with 70 homers.

567 - October 7, 2001, off Dennis Springer, San Francisco vs. Los Angeles, sets major league mark with 73 homers.

600 - August 9, 2002, off Kip Wells, San Francisco vs. Pittsburgh

660 - April 12, 2004, off Matt Kinney, San Francisco vs. Milwaukee, tied Willie Mays for third on baseball's career list.

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