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Roundup

April 28, 2006

For the record

The quiz

FIRST OF MANY -- Fifty years ago today, Frank Robinson hit the first of his 586 career home runs. Robinson is sixth on the all-time homer list. Who are ahead of him? Answer below

Moves

Baseball

INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE -- Suspended Durham OF Delmon Young indefinitely for throwing bat that hit umpire in game against Pawtucket on Wednesday.

BREWERS -- Recalled P Ben Hendrickson from Triple-A Nashville.

DEVIL RAYS -- Recalled IF-OF Greg Norton from Triple-A Durham. Designated P Jason Childers for assignment.

NATIONALS -- Purchased contract of P Mike O'Connor from Triple-A New Orleans. Designated OF Tyrell Godwin for assignment.

Basketball

NBA -- Fined Pacers F Jermaine O'Neal $15,000 for criticizing officials after April 25 game vs. Nets.

Colleges

ARKANSAS -- Announced that junior G-F Ronnie Brewer will make himself available for NBA draft.

LIMESTONE -- Fired men's lacrosse coach Chris Hasbrouck.

MARSHALL -- Suspended DL Adrian Davis from football team after his arrest on marijuana possession charge.

MORGAN STATE -- Named Todd Bozeman men's basketball coach.

PITTSBURGH -- Announced that junior C Aaron Gray will make himself available for the NBA draft; he did not hire agent.

PORTLAND -- Named Joel Sobotka, Eric Jackson and Michael Wolf men's basketball assistant coaches.

SOUTH CAROLINA -- Announced that junior F Renaldo Balkman will make himself available for NBA draft; he did not hire agent.

VILLANOVA -- Announced that sophomore G Kyle Lowry will make himself available for NBA draft; he did not hire agent.

Curling

U.S. CURLING ASSOCIATION -- Announced retirement of COO David Garber. Announced that Garber will stay as part-time consultant. Named Rick Patzke COO.

Football

BILLS -- Signed G Tutan Reyes.

EAGLES -- Signed P Dirk Johnson and K E.J. Cochrane to one-year contracts.

Quiz answer

Hank Aaron, Babe Ruth, Barry Bonds, Willie Mays and Sammy Sosa.

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