=== Sports Transactions from The Sports Network ===
=== Monday, October 27, 2014 ===
=== BASEBALL ===
Atlanta Braves - Named Kevin Seitzer hitting coach; named Jose Castro
assistant hitting coach.
Oakland Athletics - Named Mike Aldrete bench coach.
San Diego Padres - Named Logan White senior advisor to the general manager/pro
=== BASKETBALL ===
Boston Celtics - Waived guards Will Bynum, Tim Frazier and Rodney McGruder,
forwards Erik Murphy and Christian Watford, and guard/forward Jarell Eddie.
Chicago Bulls - Exercised team option season on the contract of guard Tony
Denver Nuggets - Waived forward Quincy Miller.
New York Knicks - Acquired forward Arnett Moultrie from the Philadelphia 76ers
in exchange for forward Travis Outlaw, a 2009 second-round draft pick and the
option to exchange 2018 second-round selections; waived Moultrie.
Philadelphia 76ers - Signed forward Malcolm Thomas; waived guards Marquis
Teague and Elliot Williams and forward Travis Outlaw.
Portland Trail Blazers - Exercised team options on the contracts of center
Meyers Leonard and guard CJ McCollum.
Utah Jazz - Claimed guard forwards Jordan Hamilton and Joe Ingles off waivers;
waived guard Carrick Felix.
=== FOOTBALL ===
Jacksonville Jaguars - Signed safety Matt Daniels to the practice squad.
Kansas City Chiefs - Released offensive tackle Curtis Feigt; re-signed
offensive lineman Jerel Worthy.
=== HOCKEY ===
Anaheim Ducks - Recalled defenseman Josh Manson from Norfolk (AHL).
Columbus Blue Jackets - Placed forward Matt Calvert on injured reserve;
recalled forward Alexander Wennberg from Springfield (AHL).
NHL - Suspended San Jose Sharks forward John Scott two games for leaving the
bench on a legal line change and starting an altercation with Anaheim Ducks
forward Tim Jackman during a game on Oct. 26.
New Jersey Devils - Placed forward Martin Havlat on injured reserve.
San Jose Sharks - Assigned forward Tyler Kennedy to Worcester (AHL) on a long-
term injury conditioning assignment.
Tampa Bay Lightning - Assigned forwards Mike Blunden and Jonathan Marchessault
to Syracuse (AHL).