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For The Record

April 18, 2007

Moves

Baseball

ANGELS -- Activated P Jered Weaver from 15-day DL. Designated P Greg Jones for assignment.

BLUE JAYS -- Recalled IF Ryan Roberts from Triple-A Syracuse.

CUBS -- Optioned P Angel Guzman to Triple-A Iowa. Recalled OF Felix Pie from Iowa.

DODGERS -- Placed P Jason Schmidt on 15-day DL.

RANGERS -- Named former Orioles IF Tim Hulett manager and Juan Carlos Pulido pitching coach for Single-A Spokane.

REDS -- Reinstated SS Alex Gonzalez from bereavement list. Designated IF Enrique Cruz for assignment.

WHITE SOX -- Placed OF Scott Podsednik on 15-day DL, retroactive to April 16. Recalled P Boone Logan from Triple-A Charlotte.

YANKEES -- Recalled P Chase Wright from Double-A Trenton.

Basketball

NBA -- Suspended referee Joey Crawford indefinitely for improper conduct toward Spurs C Tim Duncan during Sunday's game.

GRIZZLIES -- Announced resignation of director of basketball operations Jerry West, effective July 1.

Colleges

AIR FORCE -- Named Jeff Reynolds men's basketball coach.

ILLINOIS -- Announced resignation of women's basketball coach Theresa Grentz.

LIVINGSTONE / Named Leah Frierson women's basketball coach.

NORFOLK STATE -- Named Anthony Evans interim men's basketball coach.

ORAL ROBERTS -- Agreed with men's basketball coach Scott Sutton on seven-year contract extension.

SAINT LOUIS -- Fired men's basketball coach Brad Soderberg. Named Angres Thorpe interim coach.

UMBC -- A Drew Westervelt was named America East Conference men's lacrosse Co-Player of the Week.

SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA-- G Nick Young will forgo his senior season and enter NBA draft.

Football

BILLS -- Agreed with DL Tim Anderson and DL Anthony Hargrove on contracts.

CHIEFS -- Agreed with DT James Reed on three-year contract.

COWBOYS -- Agreed with S Abram Elam and DT Montavious Stanley on one-year contracts.

PATRIOTS -- Re-signed WR Kelvin Kight.

STEELERS -- Signed DE Nick Eason to one-year contract.

Hockey

HURRICANES -- Signed president and GM Jim Rutherford to five-year contract.

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