=== Sports Transactions from The Sports Network ===

                        === Monday, July 14, 2014 ===

=== BASEBALL ===

Arizona Diamondbacks - Recalled pitcher Trevor Cahill from Reno (PCL);
optioned pitcher Mike Bolsinger to Reno.

Houston Astros - Optioned pitcher David Martinez to Oklahoma City (PCL).

Toronto Blue Jays - Acquired infielder Brett Wallace from the Baltimore
Orioles in exchange for cash considerations.


Chicago Bulls - Traded forward Greg Smith to the Dallas Mavericks in exchange
for the right to forward Tadija Dragicevic.

Detroit Pistons - Signed guard Jodie Meeks to a multi-year contract.

Miami Heat - Re-signed guard Mario Chalmers; signed forwards Josh McRoberts
and Danny Granger.

Orlando Magic - Signed forward Channing Frye; acquired two future second round
draft picks (2015, 2016), cash considerations and the contract of forward
Anthony Randolph from the Chicago Bulls in exchange for the draft rights to
forward Milovan Rakovic.

=== FOOTBALL ===

Edmonton Eskimos (CFL) - Signed defensive back Alonzo Lawrence.

Hamilton Tiger-Cats (CFL) - Released running backs Tavoy Moore and Isi Sofele,
defensive tackle Myles Wade and offensive tackle D.J. Young; signed running
back Sam Ojuri, offensive lineman Jake Olson and linebacker Christopher
Johnson to the practice roster.

Winnipeg Blue Bombers (CFL) - Added quarterback Mason Mills and receiver
Taveon Rogers to the practice roster; released running back Will Ford.

=== HOCKEY ===

Arizona Coyotes - Signed associate coach Jim Playfair and director of pro
scouting Frank Effinger to multi-year contract extensions; promoted Chris
O'Hearn to vice president of hockey operations.

Carolina Hurricanes - Agreed to terms with forward Justin Shugg on a one-year,
two-way contract.

Chicago Blackhawks - Named Kevin Dineen assistant coach.

Dallas Stars - Signed defenseman Julius Honka to a three-year, entry-level

Florida Panthers - Agreed to terms with defenseman Dylan Olsen on a two-year
contract; signed forwards Garrett Wilson and Ryan Martindale to one-year, two-
way contracts.

Los Angeles Kings - Agreed to terms with defenseman Brayden McNabb on a two-
year contract and forward Andy Andreoff on a one-year contract.

Philadelphia Flyers - Agreed to terms with defenseman Jesper Pettersson on an
entry-level contract.

=== COLLEGE ===

Appalachian State - Named Bryan Bender director of basketball operations.

Eastern Illinois - Named Tom Michael director of intercollegiate athletics.

Marshall - Extended the contract of head football coach Doc Holliday for two
years, through June 2018.

Washington - Signed head baseball coach Lindsay Meggs to a six-year contract
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