For The Record

July 30, 2005



ANGELS: Recalled P Jake Woods from Triple-A Salt Lake. Sent IF Zach Sorenson outright to Salt Lake.

DODGERS: Purchased contract of P Jonathan Broxton from Double-A Jacksonville. Recalled C Dioner Navarro from Triple-A Las Vegas. Designated former Orioles P Scott Erickson for assignment. Optioned C Mike Rose to Triple-A Las Vegas.

MARINERS: Recalled C Wiki Gonzalez from Triple-A Tacoma. Designated C Pat Borders for assignment.

ORIOLES: Acquired OF Eric Byrnes from Rockies for OF Larry Bigbie.

PADRES: Placed C Ramon Hernandez on 15-day DL with sprained left wrist and P Chris Hammond on 15-day DL with strained neck. Recalled P Craig Breslow from Double-A Mobile. Activated C David Ross.

ROCKIES: Purchased contract of P Aquilino Lopez from Triple-A Colorado Springs. Signed P Kyle Hancock.

TWINS: Recalled IF Terry Tiffee from Triple-A Rochester. Optioned P Scott Baker to Rochester.

YANKEES: Recalled P Wayne Franklin (North East, UMBC) from Triple-A Columbus. Designated P Alex Graman for assignment.


MAGIC: F Fran Vazquez, 11th overall pick in NBA draft, decided to play this season in Europe.

NETS: Named Pat Sullivan assistant coach and Bob Thate shooting coach.

SPARKS (WNBA): Activated F Laura Macchi from injured list. Placed G Nikki Teasley (St. John's at Prospect Hall) on injured list.


CLEMSON: Reported two NCAA secondary rules violations in past six months.

QUINNIPIAC: Named Danie Caro women's lacrosse coach.

SOUTH CAROLINA: Suspended RB Cory Boyd for 2005 season for violating athletic department policy.

VIRGINIA: Named Mark Guilbeau women's tennis coach.


BEARS: Claimed LB Leon Joe off waivers from Cardinals. Waived DT Greg Pauly.

BENGALS: Placed C Ben Wilkerson on active/non-football injury list.

BILLS: Agreed to four-year contract with WR Roscoe Parrish, second-round NFL draft pick.

BUCCANEERS: Signed RB Carnell Williams, fifth pick overall, to multiyear contract. Waived C Brian Sawyer.

CARDINALS: Signed LB Darryl Blackstock, third-round pick, and OL Elton Brown, fourth-round pick, to three-year contracts.

CHIEFS: Signed WR Craphonso Thorpe and DE Khari Long.

EAGLES: Agreed to five-year contract with LB Matt McCoy.

FALCONS: Released RB T.A. McLendon.

GIANTS: Signed DE Justin Tuck to four-year contract. Signed DE Eric and RB Brandon Jacobs. Waived CB Michael Bragg.

JAGUARS: Signed S Donovin Darius to three-year contract extension.

JETS: Announced retirement of RB Vick King. Placed LB Kenyatta Wright on physically-unable-to-perform list.

LIONS: Signed DT Shaun Cody, second-round pick, to four-year contract.

PACKERS: Signed DT Quintene Newhouse. Waived WR Chris Samp.

PANTHERS: Agreed to deals with LB-S Thomas Davis, 14th pick overall, and RB Eric Shelton, second-round pick. Waived P Steve Cheek and OL Bruce Nelson.

PATRIOTS: Signed WR Eugene Baker. Waived G Bryan Anderson.

RAMS: Signed DB Ron Bartell to four-year contract.

RAVENS: Signed undrafted RB Alex Haynes and CFL CB Mark Estelle.

SAINTS: Agreed to five-year contract with OT Jammal Brown, 13th pick overall.

REDSKINS: Signed S Omar Stoutmire, who had been with Giants. Waived OL Ben Nowland.

VIKINGS: Signed S Dustin Fox.


BLUES: Signed D Zach Fitzgerald and F Lee Stempniak.

FLYERS: Traded RW Todd Fedoruk to Mighty Ducks for 2005 second-round draft pick.

HURRICANES: Acquired D Mike Commodore from Flames and D Andrew Hutchinson from Predators for 2005 third-round draft pick, respectively.

ISLANDERS: Re-signed G Garth Snow to three-year contract.

LIGHTNING: Named Claude Loiselle assistant GM.

MIGHTY DUCKS: Exercised one-year option on G Ilya Bryzgalov. Signed D Nathan Saunders to three-year contract. Agreed to two-year contract with D Sandis Ozolinsh.

PENGUINS: Signed D Andy Schneider.

RANGERS: Exercised buyout option on C Bobby Holik.

RED WINGS: Signed C Ryan Oulahen and D Kyle Quincey to three-year contracts.

SABRES: Re-signed D Dmitri Kalinin to one-year contract and D Rory Fitzpatrick to one-year contract.

WILD: Re-signed RW Alexandre Daigle.


IOC: Received bids from following cities for 2014 Winter Games: Salzburg, Austria; Jaca, Spain; Pyeongchang, South Korea; Sochi, Russia; Sofia, Bulgaria; Almaty, Kazakhstan; and Borjomi, Georgia

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