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TRANSACTIONS

April 28, 2005

Moves

Baseball

ANGELS: Placed IF Maicer Izturis on 15-day DL, retroactive to April 26, with sprained left MCL.

BLUE JAYS: Agreed with manager John Gibbons on two-year contract extension through 2007 season.

CARDINALS: Placed P Jason Isringhausen on 15-day DL with strained right abdominal muscle. Recalled P Carmen Cali from Triple-A Memphis.

CUBS: Recalled P Roberto Novoa from Triple-A Iowa. Optioned P Jon Leicester to Iowa.

GIANTS: Placed P Armando Benitez on 15-day DL with right hamstring strain. Recalled P Scott Munter from Triple-A Fresno. Sent IF-OF Tony Torcato outright to Fresno.

INDIANS: Signed P C.C. Sabathia to two-year contract extension through 2008.

RED SOX: Placed P Curt Schilling on 15-day DL.

YANKEES: Optioned P Colter Bean to Triple-A Columbus. Recalled P Chien-Ming Wang from Columbus.

Basketball

USA BASKETBALL: Named Jerry Colangelo managing director of senior men's national team program for 2005-08 quadrennium.

Colleges

CONNECTICUT: Announced basketball G Antonio Kellogg has been expelled from school for charges stemming from two recent arrests.

FROSTBURG STATE: SS Bethany Seyler named Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference Player of Week for softball.

GOUCHER: Emily Blatter named Capital Athletic Conference women's lacrosse Rookie of Year for 2005. M Ashley Snyder named to all-ACC team. M Ashley Sudbrook and D Kelsey Havens named to All-CAC second team.

MARYLAND: M Annie Collins named Atlantic Coast Conference Player of Week for women's lacrosse.

MOUNT ST. MARY'S: Kirby Day (North Harford) named Northeast Conference Player of Week and Rebecca Douglass (Towson Catholic) named Rookie of Week for women's lacrosse.

NAVY: M Graham Gill, M Billy Looney, M Chris Pieczonka, D Mitch Hendler and G Matt Russell named to men's lacrosse All-Patriot League team. A Jon Birsner, M Steve Looney, N Clipper Lennon, D Mike Felber and G Frank DiFilippo named to second team.

NEW HAMPSHIRE: A Katie Leland (Dulaney) named America East Player of Week for women's lacrosse.

OHIO STATE: Announced F Michelle Munoz is leaving women's basketball team but will remain as student assistant.

SALISBURY: The following players were named Capital Athletic Conference players of week: A Dan Boyer for men's lacrosse; M Linda Ackerman for women's lacrosse. 3B Leslie Whitenamed Division III softball Player of Week. Derrick Washington named CAC male track Athlete of Year. CaseyMcInerney named female track Rookie of Year. Jim Jones named CAC men'strack Coach of Year.

TOWSON: The following players were named Colonial Athletic Association players of week: M Matt Eckerl (Calvert Hall) for men's lacrosse; 3B Hans Falkenham for baseball.

UMBC: Signed Ashley Hargrove to national letter of intent to play volleyball.

WASHINGTON COLLEGE: A Chris Read (Boys' Latin) named Centennial Conference Co-Player of Week for men's lacrosse.

WEST TEXAS A&M: Named Don Carthel football coach.

WILMINGTON COLLEGE: Signed Corey Hawks (Harford Tech, Bel Air) and Kelly Wojciechowski to national letters of intent to play women's lacrosse.

Football

BENGALS: Re-signed CB Rashad Bauman to one-year contract.

COWBOYS: Signed CB Aaron Glenn, who had been with Texans, to two-year contract.

JETS: Announced retirement of DT Josh Evans.

PANTHERS: Signed LB Marcus Lawrence.

RAVENS: Agreed to terms with undrafted free-agent QB Darian Durant.

REDSKINS: Signed DB Ray Custis, WR Steven Harris, OL Brett Hodge, DL Aki Jones, WR Tiger Jones, TE David Kashetta, DL Tyler Luebke, DL Jerome Nichols, OL Scott Paffrath, TE William Palmer, WR Rich Parson and WR Jason Samples.

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