BUZZ GAME POSTPONED: Rain forced the postponement of Sunday's Salt Lake Buzz game with Fresno at Franklin Quest Field. The game will be made up as part of a doubleheader on Aug. 7.

SMOLTZ COMPLETES REHAB: Atlanta Braves star John Smoltz completed his rehabilitation assignment Sunday in Macon, Ga., pitching four hitless innings in the Macon Braves' 6-5 victory over Augusta in the South Atlantic League.

Smoltz, the 1996 NL Cy Young winner who underwent surgery to remove bone spurs from his right elbow in December, struck out seven and didn't walk a batter. He is scheduled to pitch for Atlanta next week.

MARLINS ACTIVATE BONILLA: The Florida Marlins activated third baseman Bobby Bonilla from the 15-day disabled list Sunday and optioned infielder Josh Booty to Triple-A Charlotte.

Bonilla was 1-for-4 in the Marlins' 7-3 loss to Pittsburgh on Sunday, his first game since the 1997 World Series after undergoing offseason wrist and Achilles' tendon surgery. Booty hit .158 with three RBIs in seven games.


NIKE SHREVEPORT OPEN: Vance Veazey made a 45-foot putt eagle putt on the final hole of regulation and birdied the first hole of a playoff with John Wilson to win the Nike Shreveport Open on Sunday in Shreveport, La.

Veazey, who earned $40,500 for his first tour title, closed with a 3-under-par 69 to match Wilson at 8-under 280 on the Southern Trace course. Wilson, who won the Louisiana Open two weeks ago, earned $25,538 to increase his tour-leading total to $96,668.

Auto racing

ARGENTINE GRAND PRIX: Ferrari's Michael Schumacher ended McLaren's early-season monopoly, winning the Argentine Grand Prix on Sunday in Buenos Aires, Argentina.

The German star, a two-time world champion, finished 22.899 seconds ahead McLaren's Mika Hakkinen in the 72-lap race at the 2.650-mile Oscar Alfred Galvez circuit. Schumacher has 28 Formula One victories.

GALAXY FOODS 300: Ed Berrier won for the first time in 208 NASCAR Busch Grand National starts, leading the final 106 laps of the Galaxy Foods 300 on Saturday at 0.363-mile Hickory Motor Speedway in Hickory, N.C.


MCENROE BEATS BORG: At Doha, Qatar, resuming a rivalry that once produced some of the finest tennis anywhere, John McEnroe beat Bjorn Borg on Sunday in the final of Senior Tour of Champions event.

McEnroe took the first set 7-6 (7-5), dropped the second 4-6, and won the third-set champions tiebreaker 10-8.

"It was an incredible match," said McEnroe, who won his sixth senior title. "It was very close. I'm glad it was a tiebreak in the last set because Bjorn was looking very fresh."

BAUSCH & LOMB: At Amelia Island, Fla., fourth-seeded Mary Pierce of France beat sixth-seeded Conchita Martinez of Spain 6-7 (8-10), 6-0, 6-2 on Sunday in the final of the Bausch & Lomb Championships. Pierce, the runner-up the last two years, has 10 WTA Tour singles titles.

ESTORIL OPEN: At Oeiras, Portugal, third-seeded Alberto Berasategui of Spain beat No. 6 Thomas Muster of Austria 3-6, 6-1, 6-3 on Sunday in the final of the Estoril Open, the opening event of the European clay-court season.

SALEM OPEN: At Hong Kong, Kenneth Carlsen became the first Dane to win an ATP Tour event, overpowering Zimbabwe's Byron Black 6-2, 6-0 on Sunday in the rain-interrupted final of the Salem Open.

GOLD FLAKE OPEN: At Madras, India, top-seeded Patrick Rafter of Australia won the Gold Flake Open on Sunday, beating 1997 winner Mikael Tillstrom of Sweden 6-3, 6-4. Rafter, the U.S. Open champion, is ranked No. 4 in the world.


COWBOYS SIGN WARREN: Three-time Pro Bowl running back Chris Warren signed a three-year contract with the Dallas Cowboys, ESPN and KDFW-TV reported Sunday. Warren, 30, released by Seattle last month after the Seahawks signed Ricky Watters, rushed for 847 yards last season.