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August 29, 2004

Moves

Baseball

ASTROS: Designated P David Weathers for assignment.

BREWERS: Activated IF Keith Ginter from 15-day DL. Optioned IF Trent Durrington to Triple-A Indianapolis.

CARDINALS: Placed P Steve Kline on 15-day DL with strained left groin. Recalled P Randy Flores from Triple-A Memphis.

CUBS: Placed P Kyle Farnsworth on 15-day DL with right knee contusion. Recalled P Todd Wellemeyer from Triple-A Iowa.

GIANTS: Called up P Brad Hennessey from Triple-A Fresno. Optioned P David Aardsma to Fresno.

MARINERS: Placed P Clint Nageotte on 15-day DL with lower back spasms. Recalled P Cha Sung Baek from Triple-A Tacoma.

METS: Recalled P Jae Seo from Triple-A Norfolk.

ROCKIES: Recalled IF Clint Barmes from Triple-A Colorado Springs. Optioned P Chris Gissell to Colorado Springs.

College

UC SAN DIEGO: Named George Tuttle men's assistant basketball coach. Promoted Nick Earnest from team manager to men's assistant basketball coach.

Football

JAGUARS: Released WR Matthew Hatchette, CB Blue Adams, G Konrad Dean, OT Marques Ogden, RB Joe Smith, RB Robert Gillespie, WR Matt Cherry, LS Mike Gomez, C Marwan Hage, WR Fred Stamps and WR Allen Suber.

JETS: Released CB Art Thomas, DB Jarrell Weaver, WR Carl Kearney, WR Derek Lee, QB Chris Finlen, OL Sean Young, DT Randy Chevrier and DT Kory Klein.

RAMS: Placed T Kyle Turley and LB Jeremy Loyd on injured reserve. Released TE Nick Burley, WR Michael Coleman, CB Robert Cromartie, QB Russ Michna, DT Justin Montgomery and CB Corey Yates.

SAINTS: Released RB Tavian Banks, RB Ronney Jenkins, FB Dan Curran, QB Ryan Sorahan, TE Kyle Acker, WR Kerwin Cook, WR Thabiti Davis, WR Terrell Harris, T Chris McKelvy, G Shawn Draper and P Mark Mariscal.

TITANS: Released QB Robert Kent, S Akil Grant, DE Louis Gachelin and WR Jake Roberts.

Golf

PGA: Announced that Grand Slam of Golf, which brings together PGA Tour's four major champions, has been switched to Nov. 23-24.

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