=== Sports Transactions from The Sports Network ===
=== Saturday, May 18, 2013 ===
=== BASEBALL ===
Atlanta Braves - Placed pitcher Eric O'Flaherty on the 15-day disabled list;
recalled pitcher Cory Rasmus from Gwinnett (IL).
Baltimore Orioles - Selected the contract of pitcher Jair Jurrjens from
Norfolk (IL); optioned pitcher Alex Burnett and infielder Ryan Flaherty to
Norfolk; recalled pitcher Jake Arrieta from Norfolk; placed outfielder Nolan
Reimold on the 15-day disabled list; transferred infielder Brian Roberts to
the 60-day disabled list.
Chicago White Sox - Recalled pitcher Donnie Veal from Charlotte (IL).
Cincinnati Reds - Optioned pitcher Tony Cingrani to Louisville (IL); recalled
infielder Neftali Soto from Louisville.
Colorado Rockies - Recalled pitcher Tyler Chatwood from Colorado Springs
(PCL); optioned pitcher Rob Scahill to Colorado Springs.
Houston Astros - Activated second baseman Jose Altuve from the bereavement
list; optioned infielder Jake Elmore to Oklahoma City (PCL).
New York Yankees - Acquired infielder/outfielder Reid Brignac from the
Colorado Rockies in exchange for cash considerations; designated infielder
Alberto Gonzalez for assignment.
Oakland Athletics - Reinstated outfielder Chris Young from the 15-day disabled
list; designated infielder Daric Barton for assignment.
St. Louis Cardinals - Placed pitcher Jamie Garcia on the 15-day disabled list;
recalled pitcher Mitchell Boggs from Memphis (IL).
San Diego Padres - Activated outfielder Carlos Quentin from paternity leave;
optioned pitcher Brad Brach to Tucson (PCL).
San Francisco Giants - Recalled pitcher Jean Machi from Fresno (PCL); optioned
infielder/outfielder Brett Pill to Fresno.
=== FOOTBALL ===
San Diego Chargers - Agreed to terms with defensive end Dwight Freeney.
=== HOCKEY ===
National Hockey League - Fined the San Jose Sharks $100,000 for public
comments by general manager Ron Wilson pertaining to the suspension of forward
=== COLLEGE ===
Chattanooga - Named Wes Long men's assistant basketball coach.
Lipscomb - Named Casey Alexander head men's basketball coach.