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For The Record

August 16, 2004

Moves

Baseball

BREWERS: Recalled P Ben Hendrickson from Triple-A Indianapolis. Optioned P Jorge De La Rosa to Indianapolis.

DODGERS: Placed P Brad Penny on 15-day DL, retroactive to last Monday, with strained right biceps. Recalled P Mike Venafro from Triple-A Las Vegas.

EXPOS: Placed P Jon Rauch on 15-day DL, retroactive to Saturday, with left oblique strain.

METS: Placed SS Kaz Matsui on 15-day DL with lower back strain; recalled 1B Craig Brazell from Triple-A Norfolk.

PIRATES: Released 1B Randall Simon. Placed P Dave Williams on 15-day DL, retroactive to Friday, with strained right rib cage. Recalled 1B Daryle Ward from injury assignment at Triple-A Nashville. Recalled P Mark Corey from Nashville.

RANGERS: Purchased contract of former Orioles IF Manny Alexander from Triple-A Oklahoma. Designated P Mike Bacsik for assignment.

REDS: Recalled P Luke Hudson from Triple-A Louisville. Optioned IF Tim Hummel to Louisville.

ROCKIES: Activated P Brian Fuentes from 15-day DL. Optioned 2B Clint Barmes to Triple-A Colorado Springs.

Colleges

TENNESSEE TECH: Extended contract of women's basketball coach Bill Worrell three years.

Football

BILLS: Waived DT Oliver Gibson.

EAGLES: Signed DT DeMarco McNeil. Released WR Yardon Brantley.

JETS: Signed RB/KR Keith Burnell. Released P Brian Simnjanovski.

Hockey

WORLD CUP: Blues' Chris Pronger pulled out of the World Cup of Hockey due to an undisclosed injury and was replaced on Canadian team by Panthers' Jay Bouwmeester.

Pro soccer

MLS standings

Eastern Conference

W L T Pts GF GA

N.Y./N.J. 9 7 5 32 36 35

Columbus 6 5 8 26 20 20

D.C. United 6 8 7 25 28 32

N. Eng 5 8 8 23 28 31

Chicago 5 9 7 22 21 28

Western Conference

L.A. 9 6 7 34 35 31

K.C. 9 6 5 32 28 18

Dallas 8 8 5 29 25 28

Colorado 7 7 8 29 20 21

San Jose 7 7 6 27 33 28

Note: Three points for victory, one point for tie.

Yesterday's result

Dallas 1, N.Y./N.J. 0

Wednesday's game

K.C. at Columbus, 7:30 p.m.

Saturday's games

D.C. at Columbus, 7:30 p.m. K.C. at New England, 7:30 p.m. N.Y./N.J. at Colorado, 9 p.m. Dallas at San Jose, 10 p.m. Chicago at LA, 10 p.m. Golf

Ryder Cup

U.S. standings

(Through yesterday) 1. Tiger Woods-1,856.667 2. Phil Mickelson-1,755.250 3. Davis Love III-1,114.107 4. Jim Furyk-859.479 5. Kenny Perry-780.107 6. David Toms-695.125 7. Chad Campbell-680.000 8. Chris DiMarco-653.048 9. Fred Funk-596.959 10. Chris Riley-576.786

11. Steve Flesch-530.937 12. Jay Haas-525.917 13. Jerry Kelly-523.625 14. Stewart Cink-506.846 15. Jeff Maggert-504.143 16. Scott Verplank-501.250 17. Justin Leonard-469.607

PGA

PGA Championship

winners

2004 - Vijay Singh

2003 - Shaun Micheel

2002 - Rich Beem

2001 - David Toms

2000 - Tiger Woods

1999 - Tiger Woods

1998 - Vijay Singh

1997 - Davis Love III

1996 - Mark Brooks

1995 - Steve Elkington

1994 - Nick Price

1993 - Paul Azinger

1992 - Nick Price

1991 - John Daly

1990 - Wayne Grady

1989 - Payne Stewart

1988 - Jeff Sluman

1987 - Larry Nelson

1986 - Bob Tway

1985 - Hubert Green

1984 - Lee Trevino

1983 - Hal Sutton

1982 - Raymond Floyd

1981 - Larry Nelson

1980 - Jack Nicklaus

1979 - David Graham

1978 - John Mahaffey

1977 - Lanny Wadkins

1976 - Dave Stockton

1975 - Jack Nicklaus

1974 - Lee Trevino

1973 - Jack Nicklaus

1972 - Gary Player

1971 - Jack Nicklaus

1970 - Dave Stockton

1969 - Ray Floyd

1968 - Julius Boros

1967 - Don January

1966 - Al Geiberger

1965 - Dave Marr

1964 - Bobby Nichols

1963 - Jack Nicklaus

1962 - Gary Player

1961 - Jerry Barber

1960 - Jay Hebert

1959 - Bob Rosburg

1958 - Dow Finsterwald

1957 - Lionel Hebert

1956 - Jack Burke

1955 - Doug Ford

1954 - Chick Harbert

1953 - Walter Burkemo

1952 - Jim Turnesa

1951 - Sam Snead

1950 - Chandler Harper

1949 - Sam Snead

1948 - Ben Hogan

1947 - Jim Ferrier

1946 - Ben Hogan

1945 - Byron Nelson

1944 - Bob Hamilton

1943 - No tourn., WWII

1942 - Sam Snead

1941 - Vic Ghezzi

1940 - Byron Nelson

1939 - Henry Picard

1938 - Paul Runyan

1937 - Denny Shute

1936 - Denny Shute

1935 - Johnny Revolta

1934 - Paul Runyan

1933 - Gene Sarazen

1932 - Olin Dutra

1931 - Tom Creavy

1930 - Tommy Armour

1929 - Leo Diegel

1928 - Leo Diegel

1927 - Walter Hagen

1926 - Walter Hagen

1925 - Walter Hagen

1924 - Walter Hagen

1923 - Gene Sarazen

1922 - Gene Sarazen

1921 - Walter Hagen

1920 - Jock Hutchison

1919 - James M. Barnes

1917-18 - No tourn., WWI

1916 - James M. Barnes

MSGA

Public Links Match Play

At Mountain Branch GC Semifinals Ki Moon, Waverly Woods, d. Matt Finger, Cross Creek, 19 holes; Ron Thomas, Renditions, d. Patrick Hinch, Ruggles, 2 up. Final Thomas d. Moon, 3 & 1. Pro lacrosse

MLL standings

National Division

W L Pct. PF PA

Rochester 7 5 .583 213 184

Bayhawks 7 5 .583 219 196

N.J. 1 11 .083 182 228

American Division

W L Pct. PF PA

Boston 8 4 .667 231 239

Phila. 7 5 .583 212 200

L.I. 6 6 .500 191 201

Saturday's results

Bayhawks 23, New Jersey 13 Philadelphia 18, Boston 17 Rochester 21, Long Island 14

Playoff schedule

Friday

At Boston Bayhakws vs. Boston, 8 p.m. Rochester vs. Phila., 5 p.m.

Sunday

At Boston Semifinal winners, 1 p.m. Amateur baseball

Ripken World Series

American Division

standings

W L

Lexington, Ky. 1 0

Waite Park, Minn. 1 0

Raleigh, N.C. 1 1

Churchville 0 1

Montgomery, N.J. 0 1

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