Chicago White Sox -- Placed P Chuck Cary (strained back) on the 15-day DL. Called up P Jeff Schwarz from Triple-A Nashville.
Colorado Rockies -- Placed P Kevin Ritz on the 60-day DL.
Kansas City Royals -- Activated 3B Keith Miller. Put IF David Howard on the DL with Bell's Palsy. Howard had been called up when backup IF Rico Rossy (a former Orioles minor-leaguer) came down with chickenpox. Howard had played in two games.
Seattle Mariners -- Activated C Mackey Sasser from the 15-day DL. Optioned OF Lee Tinsley to Triple-A Calgary.
Phoenix Suns -- Activated F Charles Barkley from the injured list. Placed C Tim Kempton on the injured list.
Akron -- Announced the resignation of women's basketball coach Lisa Fitch.
Caldwell -- Announced the resignation of women's basketball coach Vincent Capano.
Catawba -- Announced the resignation of AD Dennis Haglan, effective May 31.
UMES -- Signed three basketball recruits: C Adam Johnson (Southern), G Oronde Clark and F Maurice Blanding (Edmondson).
St. Bonaventure -- Named Marti Whitmore women's basketball coach.
Siena -- Named John D'Argenio AD.
U.S. Cycling Federation -- Announced that Dirk Copeland, who reportedly failed a drug test after a race in Uruguay, won't be penalized.
Atlanta Falcons -- Agreed to terms with QB Bobby Hebert on a three-year contract.
Chicago Bears -- Signed CB Tony Blaylock to a three-year contract.
Dallas Cowboys -- Signed S Chris Hall.
Kansas City Chiefs -- Signed OL Danny Villa.
Minnesota Vikings -- Signed CB Jayice Pearson, LB Bruce Holmes, TE Derek Tennell, WR Stephone Paige, WR Joe Randolph and NT Frank Conover.
New York Jets -- Announced the retirement of RB Freeman McNeil.
Philadelphia Eagles -- Signed free-agent DL Tim Harris. Signed DB Erik McMillan to three one-year contracts.
Phoenix Cardinals -- Signed QB Steve Beuerlein to a three-year contract.
Pittsburgh Steelers -- Signed WR Louis Lipps.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers -- Agreed to terms with S Barney Bussey.
Vancouver Canucks -- Signed free-agent LW Cam Danyluk.
Gulfstream Park -- Announced that Terence Blair Meyocks, director of racing and racing secretary at Gulfstream Park, has resigned to become the New York Racing Association's VP of racing.