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By Milton Kent and Milton Kent,SUN STAFF | July 19, 2002
WASHINGTON - The Washington Wizards have had free-agent guard Larry Hughes in their sights for a couple of years, nearly landing him in deadline-day deals, and Hughes has wanted to get back to the NBA's Eastern Conference, where his career began. The two sides connected yesterday, when Hughes, a four-year veteran, signed a multi-year contract with the Wizards, presumably for the club's mid-level exception of $4.5 million for the first season. Hughes, 23, played the past 2 1/2 seasons with the Golden State Warriors, after being selected eighth overall by the Philadelphia 76ers in the 1998 draft.
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By Dan Connolly and The Baltimore Sun | November 15, 2013
The Orioles remain interested in re-signing outfielder Nate McLouth and have talked with his representation since the free-agent period began, according to multiple industry sources. But this time around things appear to be more complicated than last winter, when McLouth signed a one-year, $2 million deal in December. Part of that is McLouth's doing. The 32-year-old left fielder proved his two solid months in 2012 weren't a fluke by hitting .258 with 12 homers and 30 steals in 146 games in 2013.
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By Ken Murray and Ken Murray,SUN STAFF | July 1, 1998
Three months ago, the Ravens initiated talks about a multi-year contract extension for promising wide receiver Jermaine Lewis.Now, three weeks before the opening of training camp, those negotiations have bogged down in silence and suspicion.Where once the Ravens hoped to lock up Lewis with a long-term contract, they are suddenly prepared to force-feed a one-year deal for the NFL minimum of $216,000 for third-year players.This is the face of contract negotiations in the era of free agency.
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By Jamie Smith Hopkins, The Baltimore Sun | June 15, 2011
Defense contractor Lockheed Martin Corp. said Wednesday that it will lay off up to 95 employees in Greenbelt when a government contract expires in September. The employees affected are working on a multi-year contract with the National Archives and Records Administration to build a system for the agency's electronic records archive, a project now coming to an end. Lockheed said the layoffs, which could start in August and will finish by Sept. 30, will likely end up being less than the 95 total because it is working to place employees in other company jobs.
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March 5, 2000
Football Bengals: Signed FS Darryl Williams to three-year, $4 million contract. Chiefs: Signed LB Lew Bush. Giants: Signed C Dusty Zeigler to multi-year contract.
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July 20, 2003
Moves Baseball DODGERS: Activated P Kevin Brown. Designated OF Chad Hermansen for assignment. REDS: Transferred OF Ken Griffey to 60-day DL. Purchased the contract of P Ryan Wagner from Triple-A Louisville. ROCKIES: Activated P Shawn Chacon. Designated P Joe Roa for assignment. ROYALS: Activated OF Dee Brown. Optioned IF Jarrod Patterson to Triple-A Omaha. Basketball CELTICS: Re-signed F Walter McCarty to multi-year contract. CLIPPERS: Re-signed F Elton Brand to a multi-year contract.
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October 15, 1995
BaseballBoston Red Sox: OF Chris James announced that he will become a free agent rather than accept a minor-league assignment. Assigned OF Matt Stairs to Triple-A Pawtucket.Los Angeles Dodgers: Named Charlie Strasser head trainer to replace retired Bill Buhler. Named Stan Johnson assistant trainer.CollegeRider: Named Dan Collins men's assistant basketball coach.BasketballMinnesota Timberwolves: Signed G Terry Porter to a multiyear contract.HockeyNew York Islanders: Signed D Darius Kasparaitis to a multi-year contract.
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October 6, 1995
BaseballRoyals: Extended the contract of manager Bob Boone through 1997.Expos: Designated P B. J. Wallace for assignment.Rangers: Removed C John Marzano and former Orioles DH Sam Horn from the 40-man roster and assigned them outright to Triple-A Oklahoma City.BasketballHawks: Signed F Stacey Augmon to five-year contract. Signed F Troy Brown and F Matt Bullard.Bulls: Signed G Randy Brown. Signed C Luc Longley to a multi-year contract.Mavericks: Signed C Lorenzo Williams to a two-year contract and F George McCloud to a one-year contract.
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February 16, 1997
BaseballDodgers: Agreed to terms with IF Chad Fonville on one-year contract.Phillies: Agreed to terms with P Mike Grace, IF Scott Rolen and OF Wendell Magee Jr. on one-year contracts.Pirates: Signed 1B Ricky Jordan to minor-league contract.Red Sox: Signed P Mike Williams to minor-league contract.BasketballHawks: Activated C/F Alan Henderson. Placed F Tyrone Corbin on injured list.FootballOilers: Agreed to terms with T Brad Hopkins on multi-year contract.Raiders: Re-signed Pro Bowl CB Terry McDaniel.
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May 31, 2001
Baseball Angels: Activated P Mike Holtz. Optioned C Jamie Burke to Triple-A Salt Lake. Braves: Sent P Chris Seelbach to Triple-A Richmond. Orioles: Promoted P Jancy Andrade and P Rodney Ormond from extended spring training to Single-A Delmarva. Assigned P Sidney Jones and P Jose Advincola to extended spring training. Phillies: Placed P Wayne Gomes on 15-day DL with strained tendon in right knee. Activated P Vicente Padilla from 15-day DL. Reds: Placed P Dennys Reyes on 15-day DL with tightness in left forearm.
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By MIKE PRESTON | September 9, 2006
Like just about every team in the National Football League, the Ravens have a realistic shot to make the postseason, but it's an uphill battle. Despite the addition of quarterback Steve McNair, there are a lot of things going against the Ravens. Coach Brian Billick is on the hot seat, and trying to re-invent himself for a second straight season. The schedule is tough, and several high-profile players including linebacker Ray Lewis, running back Jamal Lewis, cornerback Samari Rolle and McNair have missed extensive time in recent years because of injuries.
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July 27, 2005
Moves Auto racing NASCAR: Fined Derrike Cope's crew chief Kenneth Glen $5,000 for using illegal part at Pocono on Sunday. Fined Travis Kvapil's crew chief Shane Wilson $1,000 for using unapproved body modification. Baseball MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL: Announced that Nationals OF Marlon Byrd won appeal of two-game suspension for contact with umpire Joe Brinkman on June 4. BLUE JAYS: Activated 3B Corey Koskie from 15-day DL. Optioned P Chad Gaudin to Triple-A Syracuse. CARDINALS: Placed OF Larry Walker on 15-day DL with neck injury.
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