Compiled from wire reports

BASEBALL

Rockies trade Dickerson ?to Rays for reliever McGee

•?Colorado’s crowded outfield just wasn’t big enough for Corey Dickerson.

The Tampa Bay Rays acquired Dickerson from the Rockies for left-handed reliever Jake McGee in a trade Thursday that also sent a minor leaguer to each team.

The Rays got third baseman Kevin Padlo and Colorado got right-hander German Marquez.

In another move, Tampa Bay reached a one-year, $4.75 million deal with free agent first baseman/outfielder Steve Pearce.

•?Right-hander Doug Fister and the Houston Astros agreed to a $7 million, one-year contract. The 31-year-old was 5-7 with a 4.19 ERA in 15 starts and 10 relief appearances last season for Washington. He was 16-6 with a 2.41 ERA for the Nationals in 2014, when he finished eighth in NL Cy Young Award voting. Fister is 65-63 with a 3.42 ERA 167 starts and 13 relief appearances in seven major league seasons that also included time with Seattle (2009-11) and Detroit (2011-13). His 1.77 walks per nine innings is the lowest among active pitchers with 1,000 or more innings.

•?Pitcher Ivan Nova and the New York Yankees agreed to a $4.1 million, one-year contract and avoided salary arbitration. The agreement Thursday was $100,000 under the midpoint between the $4.6 million Nova had asked for in arbitration and the $3.8 million he had been offered. He can make $100,000 in performance bonuses. The 29-year-old right-hander returned to the Yankees on June 24 after Tommy John surgery and went 6-11 with a 5.07 ERA in 17 starts. He is 46-33 with a 4.33 ERA in parts of six major league seasons and can become a free agent after this year’s World Series.

FOOTBALL

Chargers preparing for new facility in Orange County

•?The San Diego Chargers are making plans for a new practice compound in Southern California as they consider a possible move to the Los Angeles market this year. A statement from the team says the 5-acre parcel in the Orange County city of Santa Ana would be the site of its interim headquarters and training facilities, if it decides to move to the Los Angeles area. Earlier this month, the NFL cleared the way for the St. Louis Rams to move to a planned stadium in Inglewood, just outside LA. The NFL has given the Chargers an option to join them. If the Chargers decline, the option would transfer to the Oakland Raiders.

HOCKEY

Flames defenseman gets indefinite ban for collision

•?Calgary Flames defenseman Dennis Wideman was suspended indefinitely pending a hearing for checking and knocking down linesman Don Henderson on Wednesday night. Wideman will have a hearing Tuesday with the NHL’s department of hockey operations. During the second period of the Flames’ game against Nashville, Wideman got up after being hit and struck Henderson on the way to the bench.

— From wire reports