Moves Auto racing NASCAR -- Announced that it has narrowed possible sites for first official Hall of Fame to Atlanta, Charlotte, N.C., and Daytona Beach, Fla., and that it expects to pick winning city by end of March. Baseball ATHLETICS -- Agreed to minor league contracts with P Randy Keisler, who had been with Reds, and former Orioles C Raul Casanova, who had been with White Sox. CUBS -- Named former Oriole Don Buford manager of Mesa of Arizona Fall League. NATIONALS -- Agreed to one-year, $700,000 contract with IF Jamey Carroll. PHILLIES -- Agreed to one-year, $2.6 million contract with P Ryan Franklin, who had been with Mariners. PIRATES -- Agreed to minor league contracts with P Brandon Duckworth and P Scott Strickland, both of whom had been with Astros; P Marty McLeary; P C.J. Nitkowski; former Orioles P Nerio Rodriguez; and IF Gookie Dawkins. TIGERS -- Agreed to minor league contract with IF Ramon Santiago, who had been with Mariners. TWINS -- Agreed to minor league contract with P Gabe White, who had been with Cardinals. YANKEES -- Agreed to one-year, $1 million contract with IF Miguel Cairo, who had been with Mets, and minor league deal with P Ramiro Mendoza. Basketball BULLS -- Signed F Randy Holcombe to 10-day contract. CAVALIERS -- Waived C Zendon Hamilton. Activated F Sasha Pavlovic. HAWKS -- Waived C John Thomas. HORNETS -- Waived F Sean Banks. PACERS -- Waived C Samaki Walker. SUNS -- Waived C Jared Reiner. WARRIORS -- Waived G Aaron Miles. Colleges SENIOR BOWL -- Announced that coaches for Jan. 28 game will be Titans' Jeff Fisher and 49ers' Mike Nolan. AUBURN -- Announced that junior DE Stanley McClover will enter NFL draft. Football NFL -- Fined Falcons coach Jim Mora $25,000 for using cell phone on sideline during overtime loss to Buccaneers on Dec. 24. BILLS -- Named Marv Levy VP of football operations. CARDINALS -- Named Gary Zauner special teams coach; he was fired this week from same position with Ravens. Golf SOLHEIM CUP -- Betsy King was selected U.S. captain. Hockey STARS -- Signed G Marty Turco to four-year contract extension. The quiz DYNAMIC DUO -- Southern California's Reggie Bush and LenDale White combined for 99 career touchdowns in three years, breaking the NCAA record for teammates of 97, which was set in the 1940s. Who had held the mark? Answer below Quiz answer Army's Glenn Davis and Felix "Doc" Blanchard.