Baseball Atlanta Braves -- Placed P Marty Clary and P...


November 14, 1990

Baseball Atlanta Braves -- Placed P Marty Clary and P Dwayne Henry on waivers for purpose of giving them their unconditional release.

New York Mets -- Added P Anthony Young and P John Johnstone to major league roster.

Texas Rangers -- Placed P Jamie Moyer on irrevocable waivers.

Toronto Blue Jays -- Added P Denis Boucher, P Mike Timlin and 2B William Suero to major-league roster. Assigned P Jimmy Rogers to Class AAA Syracuse.


NBA -- Suspended Dick Motta, coach of the Sacramento Kings, for one game and fined him $500 for bumping an official during Saturday night's game against the New York Knicks.

Atlanta Hawks -- Activated C Jon Koncak from injured list. Waived F Howard Wright.

Dallas Mavericks -- Announced F Roy Tarpley will miss rest of season after ligament damage was discovered in his right knee.

Los Angeles Clippers -- Placed F Danny Manning on injured list with patella tendinitis in his right knee.


Abilene Christian University -- Announced Dee Nutt's resignation men's basketball coach to become assistant athletic director for development. Assistant coach Darryn Shearmire will serve as interim basketball coach.

Iowa -- Announced basketball G Dale Reed will transfer to Washington State at end of semester.


Atlanta Falcons -- Waived LB Marcus Cotton.

Miami Dolphins -- Placed WR Mark Clayton on injured reserve. Signed WR Scott Schwedes, who was waived Sept. 15.

New England Patriots -- Waived OL Bob White.

Seattle Seahawks -- Placed LB Darren Comeaux on injured reserve after he underwent arthroscopic surgery on his left knee.

;/ Washington Redskins -- Waived C Randy Kirk.


Hartford Whalers -- Obtained D Doug Crossman from the New York Islanders for C Ray Ferraro (2 goals, 5 assists).

New York Islanders -- Acquired C Ray Ferraro from the Hartford Whalers in exchange for Doug Crossman.

Vancouver Canucks -- Activated LW Greg Adams from injury list.

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