Transactions

TRANSACTIONS

May 25, 2004

Moves

Baseball

EXPOS: Assigned OF Peter Bergeron outright to Triple-A Edmonton.

YANKEES: Promoted Tony Bruno to VP-chief financial officer and Robert Brown to director of finance. Named Derrick Baio controller.

Basketball

NBA: Fined Lakers F Karl Malone $7,500 for committing flagrant foul in Sunday's game against Timberwolves.

Colleges

COLONIAL ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION: Announced that Georgia State will join, effective July 1, 2006.

RUTGERS: Announced that sophomore G Calvin Wooten has left men's basketball team and will transfer.

VILLANOVA: Named Pat Chambers coordinator of men's basketball operations.

WASHINGTON COLLEGE: Announced that M Stephen Berger (Mount St. Joseph), G Richard Yost (St. Paul's) and D Matt Jrug were selected to play in United States Intercollegiate Lacrosse Association/STX Division III North-South Senior All-Star Game next month at Nazareth College.

Football

BEARS: Agreed with CB Nathan Vasher on four-year contract.

BROWNS: Signed WR Dennis Northcutt to three-year contract.

CHIEFS: Signed FB Marvin Brown to two-year contract.

EAGLES: Signed QB Phil Stambaugh.

PATRIOTS: Waived DT Louis Gachelin.

RAIDERS: Signed free-agent QB Kerry Collins, who had been with Giants.

RAVENS: Signed LB Ed Hartwell and FB Alan Ricard.

FORCE (ARENA): Announced that Falcons owner Arthur Blank has agreed to purchase team.

Hockey

PANTHERS: Fired GM Rick Dudley.

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