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Monday’s sports transactions

The Associated Press
| Tuesday, September 12, 2006 12:00 a.m


American League

NEW YORK YANKEES – Activated INF Miguel Cairo from the 15-day DL.

National League

HOUSTON ASTROS – Recalled RHP Taylor Buchholz from Round Rock of the PCL. Announced the resignation of Lynsi House, general manager for Greeneville of the Appalachian League. Named David Lane interim general manager for Greeneville.

MILWAUKEE BREWERS – Recalled OF Tony Gwynn and RHP Carlos Villanueva from Nashville of the PCL. Purchased the contract of OF Drew Anderson from Nashville. Transferred 3B Corey Koskie from the 15- to the 60-day DL.

Pacific Coast League

LAS VEGAS 51S – Announced a two-year extension of their player development contract with the Los Angeles Dodgers, through 2008.

Atlantic League

BRIDGEPORT BLUEFISH – Signed OF Darryl Brinkley.


National Basketball Association

BOSTON CELTICS – Named Kevin Eastman assistant coach. Re-signed C Kendrick Perkiins to a multiyear contract.

CHARLOTTE BOBCATS – Signed F Walter Herrmann.

CLEVELAND CAVILIERS – Signed F Drew Gooden to a three-year contract.

NEW YORK KNICKS – Waived G Ime Udoka.

American Basketball Association

CAPE COD FRENZY – Named Keith Clarke coach and Angel Robinson Jr. assistant coach.


National Football League

GREEN BAY PACKERS – Agreed to terms with WR Koren Robinson

NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS – Traded WR Deion Branch to the Seattle Seahawks for a first-round draft pick.

Canadian Football League

WINNIPEG BLUE BOMBERS – Named Eugene Kostyra and William Watchorn to the board of directors. Signed OT Garrick Jones.


National Hockey League

COLUMBUS BLUE JACKETS – Signed D Duvie Westcott to a three-year contract extension through the 2009-10 season.

NASHVILLE PREDATORS – Signed G Tomas Vokoun to a four-year extension.

PHOENIX COYOTES – Named Rick Braunstein travel coordinator, Kevin Crawley director of media relations and publications, and Sergey Kocharov media relations intern.

VANCOUVER CANUCKS – Re-signed C Trevor Linden to a one-year contract.


BIRMINGHAM-SOUTHERN – Announced the addition of men’s and women’s track and field as varsity sports. Named Lars Porter track and field coach.

COLORADO – Announced junior QB Brian White quit the football team and intends to transfer.

NORTH CAROLINA A&T – Named Andy Smith women’s tennis coach.

PENN – Named Anna Kakela women’s assistant rowing coach.

PROVIDENCE – Named Allen Griffin men’s assistant basketball coach.

RENSSELAER POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTE – Named John Burke women’s ice hockey coach.

RHODE ISLAND COLLEGE – Named Heather Pettigrew women’s assistant basketball coach.

RIDER – Named Jim Carone assistant baseball coach.

RUTGERS – Named Marianne Stanley women’s assistant basketball coach.

SIENA – Named Deanna Parks women’s softball coach.

ST. JOSEPH’S – Named Terri Adams softball coach. Additional Information:

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