MINNEAPOLIS -- The Minnesota Twins have outrighted left-hander Scott Diamond and outfielder Chris Parmelee to Triple-A Rochester, ensuring that veteran Jason Bartlett will make the team out of spring training. Jason Bay Jersey . The Twins announced the moves on Thursday after both Diamond and Parmelee cleared waivers. Diamond had a 5.29 ERA in 17 innings during spring training and lost the competition for the fifth spot in the rotation to right-hander Kyle Gibson. Parmelee hit .195 with one home run in 41 at-bats and failed to impress while competing for a backup outfielder spot. The Twins decided to go with Bartlett as the teams utility player. He only had three hits in 38 at-bats this spring while trying to make a comeback. Bartlett sat out all of last season because of injuries. Kevin Kramer Jersey . Signs of a turnaround have emerged in this series at Minnesota. Brian Roberts had three doubles and a triple for the first four-extra-base-hit game of his 14-year career, and the Yankees used their bullpen to preserve a 6-5 win over the Twins on Friday. Pie Traynor Jersey . Barnard, 28, was 1-0 with a 0.53 ERA in three appearances, including two starts, with San Angel o this season. He struck out 19 batters and walked just one in 17 innings pitched. He has previous American Association experience with the Lincoln Saltdogs, El Paso Diablos and Amarillo Sox.Canadas Sports Leader delivers all the news and analysis surrounding NHL Trade Deadline Day during TRADECENTRE 14 (#TradeCentre) – TSNs signature 10-hour event. Consistently ranking as the industrys most-watched and most-trusted source for NHL Trade Deadline Day news, TRADECENTRE 14 airs Wednesday, March 5 beginning at 8 a.m. ET on TSN. Before kicking off TRADECENTRE 14, TSNs team of Hockey Insiders and experts set up one of the most anticipated days of the hockey season during the 60-minute COUNTDOWN TO TRADECENTRE airing tomorrow (Tuesday, March 4) at 8:30 p.m. ET. From 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. ET on Wednesday, TRADECENTRE 14 delivers in-depth coverage of every trade. For fans at work or on-the-go, the entire broadcast will be available via live stream on TSN.ca and on the brand new TSN Hockey app. TRADECENTRE 14 will also be available live on NHL Network in the U.S. Immediately following TRADECENTRE 14 on TSN, host Rod Smith recaps the days events with reaction from around the NHL on SPORTSCENTRE at 6 p.m. ET while NHL ON TSN takes over at 7 p.m. ET with Toronto @ NY Rangers. TSN has been delivering comprehensive coverage of NHL Trade Deadline Day since 2000. Each year, Canadians overwhelmingly make TRADECENTRE their #1 choice for news and analysis. Last years TRADECENTRE more than doubled the average audience recorded by its closest competitor, while TSN Digital recorded 23.6 million page views across all of its platforms – making it one of the Top 5 busiest days ever in TSN Digital history TRADECENTRE 14 Broadcast TeamHost James Duthie leads TSNs TRADECENTRE 14 team of Hockey Insiders and experts – including former NHL players, coaches, and general managers – through 10 hours of hockey talk. Throughout the day, TRADECENTRE 14 will feature interviews, breaking news and instant analysis of each transaction, while also checking in with SPORTSCENTREs Bureau Reporters on site with each Canadian team to file live reports. The TRADECENTRE 14 broadcast team: Host: James Duthie Trade Breaker Desk: Bob McKenzie, Darren Dreger, Pierre LeBrun, and Gord Miller Instant Analysis Panel: Aaron Ward, Ray Ferraro, and Mike Johnson Deadline Panel: Gino Reda, Martin Biron, plus Jeff ONeill and Jay Feaster The Big Board: Craig Button Post2Post: Jamie McLennan looks at goalies on the market Satellite Contributors: Pierre McGuire in Philadelphia and Darren Pang in New York City TSN The Reporters Panel: Dave Hodge with Michael Farber, Toronto Suns Steve Simmons, and National Posts Bruce Arthur SPORTSCENTRE Bureau Reporters: Cory Woron, Brent Wallace, Ryan Rishaug, Sara Orlesky, Mark Masters, John Lu, Farhan Lalji, Paul Hollingsworth, Jermain Franklin, and Matthew Scianitti SPORTSCENTRE Updates: Jennifer Hedger RAM has signed on as lead sponsor of TRADECENTRE 14 and the Trade Breaker Desk, helmed by TSNs Hockey Insiders. Ed Ott Jersey. TRADECENTRE 14 on TSN DigitalLaunching just in time for TRADECENTRE 14, the fully customizable TSN Hockey app delivers real-time game updates, news alerts, video highlights, and more from Hockey Canada, NHL, and AHL. Designed and engineered in partnership with the Toronto-based digital studio The Working Group, the TSN Hockey app is available on iOS and will soon be available for Android. The TSN Hockey app and TSN.ca are the ultimate destinations for NHL Trade Deadline Day. In addition to live streaming TRADECENTRE 14, these TSN Digital platforms also feature the following highlights: Trade Tracker – delivering real-time updates on all the trades as they happen. Twitter Tracker – pulling together tweets from TSNs team of Hockey Insiders, experts, and correspondents TSN Big Board – providing stats, cap hits and other key information on players in play Trade Deadline Playbooks – displaying each teams situations in terms of upcoming free agents, players with no-trade clauses, top prospects, and potential plans TSN Fantasy Guru Scott Cullens take on NHL Trade Deadline Days impact from a fantasy perspective In addition, TSNs social media team keeps fans in the loop on TSNs official Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram accounts with real-time content related to the biggest trades. The TRADECENTRE 14 broadcast will also feature fan tweets using the hashtag #TradeCentre within the TradeCentre Twitter Bar. 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FLORHAM PARK, N. NMD Outlet .J. -- The New York Jets re-signed veteran guard Willie Colon to a one-year deal Wednesday. The 30-year-old Colon will return after starting at right guard in all 16 games last season. He is recovering from a torn right biceps suffered in the season finale, but expects to be healthy in time for training camp in late-July if not minicamp in June. "My rehab is going really well, things are going really well, and all thumbs are up," Colon said during a conference call. "So Im being smart about it, taking my time, rebuilding it and getting ready for training camp." Joe Linta, Colons agent, confirmed the deal is for $2 million. "Willie loves the Jets," Linta said in an email to The Associated Press. "He wanted to stay with them." Colon helped block for the Jets running game, which finished second in the AFC with 2,158 yards during the regular season. Chris Ivory (833) and Bilal Powell (697) each set career highs in yards rushing. The Bronx, N.Y., native and former Hofstra University standout thanked the Jets on Twitter, saying hes glad to "be back home." Colon added that Atlanta and Minnesota showed initial interest when the NFLs free agency period began last week. "They kind of backed off the table," he said. "Everything else was sort of wish-wash, so to speak. There were rumours about other teams, but nothing was really solid on the table." The eight-year pro spent his first seven seasons with Pittsburgh and signed with the Jets as an unrestricted free agent last March. Joining Colon on the right side will be former Seattle Seahawks tackle Breno Giacomini, who signed with the Jets last week and will replace Austin Howard, who signed with Oakland. NMD For Sale .com) - Even on the day his New Hampshire football team became the nations top-ranked team two weeks ago, coach Sean McDonnell conceded something about the team they replaced at No. NMD Wholesale .com) - Australian Open champion Li Na, former Wimbledon winner Petra Kvitova and former world No.CALGARY -- Jaedon Descheneau scored two goals -- including the eventual winner -- and added an assist as the Kootenay Ice edged the Calgary Hitmen 6-5 to extend their lead on the best-of-seven playoff series. Sam Reinhart scored a goal and assisted on four more, and Luke Philp, Matt Alfaro and Levi Cable also scored for the Ice, who lead the series 3-2. Wyatt Hoflin stopped 26 shots for the win. Calgary scored twice in the third period -- off shots from Greg Chase and Adam Tambellini, his second of the game -- to pull within one with less than two minutes to go. Elliott Peterson and Kenton Helgeson also scored, and Chase aadded two assists for a three-point night. NMD On Sale . Chris Driedger started in net for the Hitmen, giving up four goals on 14 shots. Mack Shields stopped 8-of-10 shots in relief. --- ROYALS 4 CHIEFS 2 SPOKANE, Wash. -- Patrik Polivka made 32 saves as the Royals ended Spokanes playoff run in four straight games. Jordan Fransoo, Logan Nelson, and Austin Carroll had a goal and an assist apiece, and Ben Walker also scored for Victoria. Tyson Helgesen had a goal and an assist for the Chiefs, and Connor Chartier rounded the Spokane offence. Eric Williams shouldered the loss after stopping 17-of-21 shots. ' ' '