July 21, 2005



GIANTS: Recalled P Kevin Correia from Single-A San Jose. Optioned P Jack Taschner to Triple-A Fresno.

NATIONALS: Claimed OF Kenny Kelly off waivers from Reds. Designated 1B Wil Cordero for assignment. Sent P Joe Horgan to Triple-A New Orleans and P Jacobo Sequea to Double-A Harrisburg.

REDS: Activated IF-OF Ryan Freel from 15-day DL. Recalled OF Austin Kearns from Triple-A Louisville.

RED SOX: Activated IF Tony Graffanino. Optioned IF Kevin Youkilis to Triple-A Pawtucket.

ROCKIES: Claimed IF Anderson Machado off waivers from Reds.

ROYALS: Recalled IF Donnie Murphy from Double-A Wichita. Optioned P Juan Cedeno and OF Shane Costa to Wichita.

WHITE SOX: Purchased contract of P Bobby M. Jones from Independent Newark; assigned him to Triple-A Charlotte.

YANKEES: Purchased contract of P Alex Graman from Triple-A Columbus. Optioned P Wayne Franklin (North East, UMBC) to Columbus.

LONG ISLAND (INDEPENDENT): Agreed to terms with former Orioles minor league OF Armando Rios.


BUCKS: Named Brian James assistant coach; he's a former Wizards assistant.

76ERS: Hired Jim Lynam, John Loyer and Bernard Smith as assistant coaches; Lynam is a former Bullets head coach.


ALLEGHENY: Received commitment from football player Robert Messenger (Franklin).

OHIO STATE: Announced that it is investigating whether QB Troy Smith broke an NCAA rule when he attended football camp sponsored by Titans QB Steve McNair this summer.


BEARS: Signed WR Airese Currie to five-year contract.

BENGALS: Signed T Adam Kieft to three-year contract.

BUCCANEERS: Signed DT Anthony Bryant.

COWBOYS: Will induct former QB Troy Aikman, RB Emmitt Smith and WR Michael Irvin into Ring of Honor on Sept. 19.

EAGLES: Signed FB Ryan Moats and DE Trent Cole to four-year contracts.

PANTHERS: Signed S Ben Emanuel and DE Jovan Haye.

PATRIOTS: Announced that LB Tedy Bruschi will miss season to recover from stroke. Signed OT Nick Kaczur and S James Sanders.

TEXANS: Signed C Drew Hodgdon.


ROYAL & ANCIENT GOLF CLUB: Announced that British Open will return to Old Course at St. Andrews in 2010.


BMW ORACLE RACING: Removed John Kostecki from role as tactician and sailing director.


FIFA: Announced that U.S. will play final World Cup qualifier against Panama on Oct. 12 in Foxboro, Mass.

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