Sports agate — Feb. 9, 2021

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BOWLING

Boys

Whitesboro 11, VVS 0

VVS high game and high series: Flagg, 253 and 711.

NORDIC SKIING

Boys

Camden 13, Old Forge 22,
Holland Patent 22

Holmes, Camden, 27:51; Dunn, Old Forge, 28:50; Kanclerz, Holland Patent, 30:07; LaMore, Whitesboro, 30:34; Rogers, Camden, 31:04; Christianson, Adirondack, 31:47; Potter, Camden, 32:29; Cameron, Old Forge, 32:35; Meays, Holland Patent, 32:37; Cotton, Holland Patent, 32:46.

Girls

Old Forge, 10, Adirondack 17, Camden 18, Watertown 51

Bartlett, OF, 30:01; Hopsicker, OF, 30:05; Hinsdill, Adirondack, 30:28; C. Hite, Camden, 31:00; K. Hite, Camden, 31:04; Martin, Adirondack, 31:16; Dunn, OF, 34:17; Chambers, Adirondack, 34:31; Piersall, Camden, 35:28; Knitel, Adirondack, 35:37.

National Football League

Super Bowl LV

Tampa Bay 31, Kansas City 9

Kansas City 3 3 3 0 — 9

Tampa Bay 7 14 10 0 —31

First Quarter

KC_FG Butker 49, 5:10.

TB_Gronkowski 8 pass from Brady (Succop kick), :37.

Second Quarter

TB_Gronkowski 17 pass from Brady (Succop kick), 6:05.

KC_FG Butker 34, 1:01.

TB_Brown 1 pass from Brady (Succop kick), :06.

Third Quarter

KC_FG Butker 52, 11:26.

TB_Fournette 27 run (Succop kick), 7:45.

TB_FG Succop 52, 2:46.

A_24,835.

KC TB

First downs 22 26

Total Net Yards 350 340

Rushes-yards 17-107 33-145

Passing 243 195

Punt Returns 1-0 0-0

Kickoff Returns 3-87 3-75

Interceptions Ret. 0-0 2-0

Comp-Att-Int 26-49-2 21-29-0

Sacked-Yards Lost 3-27 1-6

Punts 3-35.7 4-37.5

Fumbles-Lost 1-0 1-0

Penalties-Yards 11-120 4-39

Time of Possession 28:37 31:23

Individual Statistics

RUSHING_Kansas City, Edwards-Helaire 9-64, Mahomes 5-33, Hill 1-5, Williams 2-5. Tampa Bay, Fournette 16-89, Jones 12-61, Brady 4-(minus 2), Miller 1-(minus 3).

PASSING_Kansas City, Mahomes 26-49-2-270. Tampa Bay, Brady 21-29-0-201.

RECEIVING_Kansas City, Kelce 10-133, Hill 7-73, Edwards-Helaire 2-23, Williams 2-10, Hardman 2-4, Watkins 1-13, Robinson 1-11, Pringle 1-3. Tampa Bay, Gronkowski 6-67, Brown 5-22, Fournette 4-46, Brate 3-26, Godwin 2-9, Evans 1-31.

MISSED FIELD GOALS_None.

AP NFL MVP Voting

MIAMI (AP) — The voting for the 2020 NFL Most Valuable Player selected by The Associated Press in balloting by a nationwide panel of the media:

Aaron Rodgers, QB, Green Bay 44

Josh Allen, QB, Buffalo 4

Patrick Mahomes, QB, Kansas City 2

AP NFL Comeback Player Voting

TAMPA, Fla. (AP) — The voting for the 2020 NFL Comeback Player of the Year selected by The Associated Press in balloting by a nationwide panel of the media:

Alex Smith, QB, Washington 49

Ben Roethlisberger, QB, Pittsburgh 1

AP NFL Coach of the Year Voting

TAMPA, Fla. AP) — The voting for the 2020 NFL Coach of the Year selected by The Associated Press in balloting by a nationwide panel of the media:

Kevin Stefanski, Cleveland 25

Sean McDermott, Buffalo 7

Brian Flores, Miami 6

Ron Rivera, Washington 4

Matt LaFleur, Green Bay 3

Andy Reid, Kansas City 3

Sean Payton, New Orleans 2

AP NFL Offensive Player Voting

TAMPA, Fla. (AP) — Voting for the 2020 NFL Offensive Player of the Year selected by The Associated Press in balloting by a nationwide panel of the media:

Derrick Henry, RB, Tennessee 32

Aaron Rodgers, QB, Green Bay 5

P. Mahomes, QB, Kansas City 5

Travis Kelce, TE, Kansas City 3

Josh Allen, QB, Buffalo 3

Alvin Kamara, RB, New Orleans 2

AP NFL Defensive Player Voting

TAMPA, Fla. (AP) — Voting for the 2020 NFL Defensive Player of the Year selected by The Associated Press in balloting by a nationwide panel of the media:

Aaron Donald, DT, Los Angeles 27

T.J. Watt, Edge, Pittsburgh 20

Xavien Howard, CB, Miami 3

AP NFL Defensive Rookie Voting

TAMPA, Fla. (AP) — Voting for the 2020 NFL Defensive Rookie of the Year selected by The Associated Press in balloting by a nationwide panel of the media:

C. Young, Edge, Washington 421/2

J. Chinn, S, Carolina 41/2

Patrick Queen, LB, Baltimore 2

A. Winfield Jr., S, Tampa Bay 1

TAMPA, Fla. (AP) — Voting for the 2020 NFL Offensive Rookie of the Year selected by The Associated Press in balloting by a nationwide panel of the media:

J. Herbert, QB, L.A. Chargers 41

Justin Jefferson, WR, Minnesota 9

AP NFL Assistant Coach of the Year Voting

TAMPA, Fla. (AP) — The voting for the 2020 NFL Assistant Coach of the Year selected by The Associated Press in balloting by a nationwide panel of the media:

Brian Daboll, Buffalo OC 28

Brandon Staley, L.A. Rams DC 51/2

Eric Bieniemy, Kansas City OC 5

Arthur Smith, Tennessee OC 31/2

Todd Bowles, Tampa Bay DC 2

Bill Callahan, Cleveland O-Line 1

Keith Butler, Pittsburgh DC 1

Dennis Allen, New Orleans DC 1

Leslie Frazier, Buffalo DC 1

Jack Del Rio, Washington DC 1

P. Hamilton, L.A. Chargers QBs 1

National Basketball Association

Saturday’s Games

New York 110, Portland 99

Sacramento 119, Denver 114

Chicago 118, Orlando 92

Philadelphia 124, Brooklyn 108

Milwaukee 124, Cleveland 99

Oklahoma City 120, Minnesota 118

Atlanta 132, Toronto 121

San Antonio 111, Houston 106

Dallas 134, Golden State 132

New Orleans 118, Memphis 109

L.A. Lakers 135, Detroit 129, 2OT

Sunday’s Games

Utah 103, Indiana 95

Miami 109, New York 103

Charlotte 119, Washington 97

Phoenix 100, Boston 91

Sacramento 113, L.A. Clippers 110

Portland at Charlotte, ppd.

Monday’s Games

Charlotte 119, Houston 94

Washington 105, Chicago 101

Toronto 128, Memphis 113

Golden State at San Antonio, late

Minnesota at Dallas, late

Cleveland at Phoenix, late

Milwaukee at Denver, late

Oklahoma City at L.A. Lakers, late

Tuesday’s Games

Brooklyn at Detroit, 7 p.m.

Houston at New Orleans, 7:30 p.m.

New York at Miami, 7:30 p.m.

Golden State at San Antonio, 8:30 p.m.

Boston at Utah, 10 p.m.

Orlando at Portland, 10 p.m.

Philadelphia at Sacramento, 10 p.m.

Wednesday’s Games

Toronto at Washington, 7 p.m.

Atlanta at Dallas, 7:30 p.m.

Charlotte at Memphis, 8 p.m.

Indiana at Brooklyn, 8 p.m.

L.A. Clippers at Minnesota, 8 p.m.

Cleveland at Denver, 9 p.m.

New Orleans at Chicago, 9 p.m.

Milwaukee at Phoenix, 10 p.m.

Oklahoma City at L.A. Lakers, 10 p.m.

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COLLEGE BASKETBALL

Saturday’s Scores

East

Buffalo 88, Miami (Ohio) 64

Drexel 73, Hofstra 71

Fordham 76, La Salle 68

Monmouth (NJ) 71, Manhattan 69, OT

NC State 81, Boston College 65

New Hampshire 74, Mass.-Lowell 63

Seton Hall 80, UConn 73

St. John’s 92, Providence 81

UMass 75, Rhode Island 63

West Virginia 91, Kansas 79

Youngstown St. 70, Robert Morris 66, OT

South

Alabama A&M 93, MVSU 58

Alabama St. 73, Ark.-Pine Bluff 67

Chattanooga 67, ETSU 65

Clemson 78, Syracuse 61

C. of Charleston 90, Towson 88, 2OT

Fla Gulf Coast 69, N. Alabama 60

Georgia 73, Vanderbilt 70

Georgia Southern 79, Troy 64

Georgia Tech 82, Notre Dame 80

Grambling St. 72, Southern U. 69

Jackson St. 74, Alcorn St. 66

Lipscomb 69, Stetson 61

Marshall 87, Old Dominion 67

Memphis 66, East Carolina 59

Middle Tennessee 73, Charlotte 60

Mississippi 86, Auburn 84, OT

Mississippi St. 75, South Carolina 59

Morehead St. 75, Austin Peay 74, OT

Morgan St. 74, Delaware St. 69

Murray St. 76, E. Kentucky 64

North Carolina 91, Duke 87

S. Alabama 70, Coastal Carolina 66

Tennessee 82, Kentucky 71

The Citadel 74, W. Carolina 63

UAB 75, UTEP 60

UT Martin 66, Tennessee Tech 64

UTSA 90, FIU 47

Virginia 73, Pittsburgh 66

Virginia Tech 80, Miami 76, OT

Wofford 75, Furman 67

Midwest

Ball St. 81, Toledo 67

Bellarmine 63, Jacksonville 44

Belmont 94, SIU-Edwardsville 62

Bradley 74, S. Illinois 66

Butler 68, DePaul 58

Cleveland St. 80, Oakland 78

Creighton 71, Marquette 68

Detroit 83, Fort Wayne 56

Drake 80, Valparaiso 77

E. Illinois 86, Tennessee St. 72

Green Bay 79, IUPUI 72

Illinois 75, Wisconsin 60

Indiana St. 61, N. Iowa 57

Jacksonville St. 66, SE Missouri 54

Loyola of Chicago 68, Evansville 55

Michigan St. 66, Nebraska 56

Missouri 68, Alabama 65

Missouri St. 74, Illinois St. 67

N. Kentucky 79, Milwaukee 65

Oral Roberts 80, N. Dakota St. 74

Purdue 75, Northwestern 70

S. Dakota St. 89, South Dakota 78

Saint Louis 70, St. Bonaventure 59

Texas Tech 73, Kansas St. 62

W. Illinois 75, Nebraska-Omaha 73

W. Michigan 67, Cent. Michigan 65

Wright St. 77, Ill.-Chicago 57

Southwest

Abilene Christian 77, Lamar 62

Arkansas St. 83, Louisiana-Lafayette 77

Houston 112, Our Lady of the Lake 46

Incarnate Word 58, Texas A&M-CC 53

McNeese St. 80, Cent. Arkansas 70

North Texas 57, Louisiana Tech 55

Oklahoma 79, Iowa St. 72

Oklahoma St. 75, Texas 67, 2OT

Rice 76, Southern Miss. 68

Sam Houston St. 78, Nicholls 71

Tarleton St. 97, Southwestern Adventist 26

Texas Southern 77, Rio Grande 75

Texas State 77, UALR 67, OT

Texas-Arlington 58, Louisiana-Monroe 52

UCF 65, Tulsa 58

Far West

CS Bakersfield 62, UC Irvine 57

Colorado 82, Arizona 79

Colorado St. 68, Wyoming 59

Denver 85, North Dakota 81, OT

E. Washington 90, Idaho 64

Hawaii 84, Cal Poly 68

New Mexico St. 97, California Baptist 70

Oregon 86, Washington 74

Oregon St. 68, Washington St. 66

Pepperdine 91, Portland 70

Portland St. 61, Montana 56

S. Utah 110, Benedictine at Mesa 58

Seattle 77, Dixie St. 56

Southern Cal 66, UCLA 48

UC Davis 75, CS Northridge 63

UNLV 68, Air Force 58

Weber St. 82, Montana St. 74

Saturday’s Summary

Clemson 78, Syracuse 61

SYRACUSE (10-6)

Dolezaj 3-5 4-5 10, Griffin 2-13 7-7 12, Guerrier 3-11 2-4 8, Boeheim 3-13 0-0 8, Girard 7-13 3-5 19, Richmond 0-3 3-4 3, Sidibe 0-0 1-2 1, Newton 0-2 0-0 0. Totals 18-60 20-27 61.

CLEMSON (12-5)

Simms 7-9 3-4 18, Tyson 1-2 0-0 2, Hemenway 2-7 1-2 7, Honor 5-8 0-0 15, Trapp 1-4 0-0 2, Newman 1-4 3-4 5, Baehre 2-2 2-2 6, Dawes 2-4 2-2 8, Prosper 3-6 3-3 9, Hall 3-5 0-0 6, Hunter 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 27-51 14-17 78.

Halftime_Clemson 39-19. 3-Point Goals_Syracuse 5-20 (Girard 2-6, Boeheim 2-7, Griffin 1-4, Newton 0-1, Guerrier 0-2), Clemson 10-23 (Honor 5-8, Dawes 2-3, Hemenway 2-6, Simms 1-2, Prosper 0-1, Trapp 0-1, Newman 0-2). Rebounds_Syracuse 19 (Guerrier 6), Clemson 39 (Simms 11). Assists_Syracuse 6 (Richmond 3), Clemson 19 (Trapp 11). Total Fouls_Syracuse 14, Clemson 17. A_1,876 (10,000).

Sunday’s Scores

East

Hofstra 79, Drexel 74

Loyola (Md.) 75, Lafayette 62

Quinnipiac 78, Fairfield 63

UMBC 71, Stony Brook 65

Villanova 84, Georgetown 74

South

Cincinnati 64, Tulane 61

Coll. of Charleston 66, Towson 53

High Point 72, Hampton 58

Norfolk St. 84, Coppin St. 72

Midwest

Indiana 67, Iowa 65

Loyola of Chicago 69, Evansville 58

Missouri St. 72, Illinois St. 62

N. Iowa 70, Indiana St. 67

S. Illinois 69, Bradley 68

Valparaiso 74, Drake 57

Wichita St. 70, Temple 67

Far West

Hawaii 81, Cal Poly 64

Nevada 73, Boise St. 62

Stanford 76, California 70

AP Top 25

The top 25 teams in The Associated Press’ college basketball poll, with first-place votes in parentheses, records through Feb. 7, total points based on 25 points for a first-place vote through one point for a 25th-place vote and previous ranking

Record Pts Prv

1. Gonzaga (55) 18-0 1567 1

2. Baylor (8) 17-0 1520 2

3. Michigan 13-1 1438 4

4. Ohio St. 15-4 1365 7

5. Villanova 12-2 1281 3

6. Illinois 13-5 1239 12

7. Texas Tech 14-5 1102 13

8. Houston 16-2 1060 5

9. Virginia 13-3 969 14

10. Missouri 13-3 966 18

11. Alabama 15-5 911 10

12. Oklahoma 12-5 863 9

13. Texas 11-5 841 6

14. West Virginia 13-5 824 17

15. Iowa 13-6 757 8

16. Tennessee 13-4 690 11

17. Florida St. 10-3 514 20

18. Virginia Tech 14-4 486 16

19. Creighton 14-5 465 15

20. Southern Cal 15-3 411 -

21. Wisconsin 14-6 358 19

22. Loy. of Chicago 0-0 200 -

23. Oklahoma St. 12-5 181 -

24. Purdue 13-7 85 24

25. Rutgers 11-6 65 -

Others receiving votes: Colorado 41, San Diego St. 38, Xavier 37, UCLA 35, Florida 29, Louisville 28, Belmont 25, Kansas 18, Drake 16, Minnesota 12, North Carolina 8, St. John’s 7, Toledo 6, Clemson 6, Arkansas 3, Boise St. 3, Saint Louis 2, UAB 1, VCU 1, BYU 1.

National Hockey League

Saturday’s Games

Montreal 2, Ottawa 1

N.Y. Islanders 4, Pittsburgh 3

Toronto 5, Vancouver 1

Anaheim 2, San Jose 1, SO

Arizona 3, St. Louis 1

Calgary 6, Edmonton 4

N.Y. Rangers at New Jersey, ppd.

Arizona at Minnesota, ppd.

Colorado at St. Louis, ppd.

Buffalo at Boston, ppd.

Sunday’s Games

Philadelphia 7, Washington 4

Vegas 4, Los Angeles 3

Detroit 4, Florida 1

Chicago 2, Dallas 1, OT

Carolina 6, Columbus 5

Arizona at Minnesota, ppd.

Colorado at St. Louis, ppd.

Monday’s Games

N.Y. Islanders 2, N.Y. Rangers 0

Toronto 3, Vancouver 1

Edmonton 3, Ottawa 1

Columbus 3, Carolina 2

Tampa Bay 4, Nashville 1

Arizona at St. Louis, late

Buffalo at Boston, ppd.

Tuesday’s Games

Philadelphia at Washington, 6 p.m.

Detroit at Florida, 7 p.m.

Edmonton at Ottawa, 7 p.m.

St. Louis at Minnesota, ppd

Chicago at Dallas, 8:30 p.m.

Tampa Bay at Nashville, 8:30 p.m.

Arizona at Colorado, ppd

Anaheim at Vegas, 10 p.m.

San Jose at Los Angeles, 10 p.m.

Winnipeg at Calgary, 10 p.m.

Wednesday’s Games

Boston at N.Y. Rangers, 7 p.m.

Toronto at Montreal, 7:30 p.m.

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MINOR HOCKEY

American Hockey League

Saturday’s Games

Syracuse 6, Utica 1

Chicago 5, Rockford 4

Lehigh Valley 2, Hershey 1

Iowa 4, Texas 1

San Diego 4, Bakersfield 3

Henderson 5, Ontario 2

Sunday’s Games

Hartford 5, Bridgeport 2

Tucson 2, San Jose 1

Monday’s Games

Binghamton 4, WB/Scranton 3, OT

Henderson 6, Ontario 2

Texas 3, Iowa 2, OT

San Jose at Tucson, late

Tuesday’s Game

Rockford at Chicago, 3 p.m.

Wednesday’s Games

Lehigh Valley at Binghamton, 7 p.m.

Syracuse at Rochester, 7:05 p.m.

Ontario at San Diego, 10 p.m.

Saturday’s Summary

Crunch 6, Comets 1

Utica 0 1 0 — 1
Syracuse 2 2 2 — 6

1st Period-1, Syracuse, Fortier 1 (Katchouk), 1:00 (SH). 2, Syracuse, Somppi 1 (Stillman, Raddysh), 9:20. Penalties-Walcott Syr (slashing), 0:51; Kaspick Uti (hooking), 3:34.

2nd Period-3, Syracuse, Barre-Boulet 1 (Colton, Denisenko), 4:38 (PP). 4, Syracuse, Bowlby 1 (Lohin, Abbandonato), 10:50. 5, Utica, McKenzie 1 (Jasek), 18:27 (SH). Penalties-Witkowski Syr (charging), 0:58; Stillman Syr (cross-checking), 2:27; Baertschi Uti (tripping), 2:59; Gadjovich Uti (fighting), 5:29; Witkowski Syr (fighting), 5:29; Walcott Syr (interference), 15:10; Kaspick Uti (tripping), 18:04.

3rd Period-6, Syracuse, Fortier 2 (Walcott, Ludvig), 7:04. 7, Syracuse, Lohin 1 (Abbandonato), 13:48. Penalties-Lockwood Uti (high-sticking), 9:20; Arseneau Uti (misconduct - unsportsmanlike conduct), 18:03; Huntington Syr (tripping), 18:26.

Shots on Goal-Utica 9-12-12-33. Syracuse 12-9-10-31.
Power Play Opportunities-Utica 0 / 5; Syracuse 1 / 4.
Goalies-Utica, Kielly 0-1-0 (31 shots-25 saves). Syracuse, Montembeault 1-0-0 (33 shots-32 saves).

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COLLEGE HOCKEY

Saturday’s Scores

East

Providence 5, Merrimack 1

Clarkson 1, Colgate 1, OT

Quinnipiac 2, St. Lawrence 1

New Hampshire 7, UMass Lowell 6, OT

Mercyhurst 6, RIT 2

Boston U. 3, Boston College 1

Midwest

Notre Dame 8, Ohio St. 1

Minnesote-Duluth 3, Miami 1

Lake Superior St. 5, N. Michigan 4, OT

Michigan Tech 4, Ala.-Huntsville 1

W. Michigan 5, St. Cloud St. 4, OT

Bemidji St. 7, Ferris St. 2

Wisconsin 8, Minnesota 1

Omaha 5, Denver 4, OT

Minnesota St. 5, Bowling Green 1

Sunday’s Scores

East

Merrimack 3, Providence 2

N. Michigan 4, Lake Superior St. 3, OT

PGA Tour

$7.5M Waste Management Phoenix Open

Sunday

At TPC Scottsdale

Scottsdale, Ariz.

Par 71

Final Round

Brooks Koepka, $1,314,000 68-66-66-65_265

Kyoung-Hoon Lee, $649,700 66-66-66-68_266

Xander Schauffele, $649,700 66-64-65-71_266

Carlos Ortiz, $307,208 67-67-69-64_267

Jordan Spieth, $307,208 67-67-61-72_267

Steve Stricker, $307,208 65-66-69-67_267

Matthew NeSmith, $229,342 63-71-68-66_268

Andrew Putnam, $229,342 67-69-67-65_268

Scottie Scheffler, $229,342 67-65-66-70_268

James Hahn, $198,925 67-67-66-69_269

Louis Oosthuizen, $177,025 69-67-63-71_270

J.T. Poston, $177,025 68-66-67-69_270

Rory McIlroy, $138,700 70-67-70-64_271

Jon Rahm, $138,700 68-69-66-68_271

Justin Thomas, $138,700 70-65-64-72_271

Harold Varner III, $138,700 68-68-67-68_271

Corey Conners, $104,025 69-68-68-67_272

Sungjae Im, $104,025 72-67-68-65_272

Nate Lashley, $104,025 64-69-69-70_272

Cameron Tringale, $104,025 71-64-69-68_272

Will Zalatoris, $104,025 71-66-64-71_272

Home team in caps

PRO BASKETBALL

Favorite Points Underdog

Brooklyn 6 DETROIT

MIAMI 7 New York

N. ORLEANS 2 1/2 Houston

SAN ANTONIO 1 1/2 Golden St

Philadelphia 4 1/2 SACRA

UTAH 5 Boston

PORTLAND 6 1/2 Orlando

COLLEGE BASKETBALL

Favorite Points Underdog

BUFFALO 14 W. Michigan

GEORGIA ST 7 1/2 So. Alabama

DUKE 6 1/2 Notre Dame

Ball St 5 C. MICH

NC ST 1 Syracuse

Alabama 7 1/2 S. CAROLINA

Arkansas 1 KENTUCKY

MICHIGAN ST 2 1/2 Penn St

BOWL GREEN 1 Kent St

Texas 15 KANSAS ST

Auburn 5 1/2 VANDERBILT

TEXAS TECH 5 West Virginia

Creighton 7 G'TOWN

TCU 5 1/2 Iowa St

BUTLER 1 St. John's

COLORADO ST 17 1/2 New Mexico

Vcu 1 1/2 DAYTON

James Madison 4 ELON

HOCKEY

Favorite Goals Underdog

Edmonton 1/2-1 OTTAWA

Philadelphia Even-1/2 WASH

FLORIDA 1/2-1 Detroit

Tampa Bay Even-1/2 NASHVILLE

DALLAS 1/2-1 Chicago

San Jose Pick'em L.A. KINGS

VEGAS 1-1 1/2 Anaheim

CALGARY Even-1/2 Winnipeg

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Saturday

BASEBALL

Major League Baseball

American League

HOUSTON ASTROS — Agreed to terms with SS Carlos Correa opn a one-year contract.

TEXAS RANGERS — Acquired OF/DH Khris Davis, C Jonah Heim and RHP Dane Aker from the Oakland Athletics in exchange for SS Elvis Andrus, C Aramis Garcia and cash considerations.

FOOTBALL

National Football League

BALTIMORE RAVENS — Announced the hiring of Jason Brooks as assistant defensive line coach, Tee Martin as wide receivers coach, Jay Peterson as assitant linebackers coach and Keith Williams pass game specialist.

GREEN BAY PACKERS — Announced the hiring of Joe Barry as defensive coordinator.

KANSAS CITY CHIEFS — Signed DT Tyler Clark, DB Rodney Clemons and RB Derrick Gore to futures contracts. Placed OT Eric Fisher and LB Willie Gay on injured reserve. Promoted QB Matt Moore, LB Chris Lammons and WR Marcus Kemp from the practice squad. Activated TE Deon Yelder from injured reserve. Activated C Daniel Kilgore from reserve/COVID-19 list.

TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS — Promoted QB Drew Stanton and G Ted Larson to active roster.

HOCKEY

National Hockey League

NASHVILLE PREDATORS — Recalled F Sean Malone to the taxi squad.

American Hockey League

MILWAUKEE ADMIRALS — Signed F Michael Huntebrinker, D Arvin Atwal, and D Josh Healey to two-way AHL/ECHL contracts.

Sunday

BASEBALL

Major League Baseball

National League

PITTSBURGH PIRATES — Agreed to terms with LHP Chasen Shreve on a minor league contract.

HOCKEY

National Hockey League

NHL — Fined D Radim Simek $5,000 for spearing an opponent during a Feb. 6 game at Anaheim.

American Hockey League

AHL — Suspended Bridgeport Sound F Jeff Kubiak one game for a charging incident during a Feb. 5 game at Providence.

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