BaseballAtlantic Coast Baseball League -- Named Bob...


December 18, 1990


Atlantic Coast Baseball League -- Named Bob Pertsas president.

Chicago Cubs -- Signed P Dave Smith (6-6, 23 saves, 2.39 ERA in 49 games for Houston Astros) to a 2-year contract with a club option for a third year. Agreed to terms on a 1-year contract with left-handed reliever Paul Assenmacher (7-2, 2.81 ERA, 10 saves in 74 appearances). Placed P Randy Kramer (0-3, 4.50, 4 saves in 22 appearances) on waivers to give him his unconditional release.

Cincinnati Reds -- Designated left-handed reliever Rosario Rodriguez (0-0, 6.10 ERA in nine games with Reds) for assignment.

Los Angeles Dodgers -- Designated P Terry Wells for assignment.

Philadelphia Phillies -- Signed P Danny Cox (56-56, 3.40 ERA in 7 major-league seasons) to Class AAA contract with Scranton/Wilkes-Barre.

Seattle Mariners -- Ken Griffey Sr. (.377 in 21 games) signed a one-year contract for $700,000.


Grand Rapids Hoops (CBA) -- Traded F Nate Johnston to the Rapid City Thrillers for a 1991 second-round draft choice. Traded a 1991 fourth-round draft choice to the Yakima Sun Kings for C Ron Cavenall.

NBA -- Awarded 1992 All-Star Game to the Orlando Magic.


Missouri Western -- Announced Stan McGarvey has been hired to coach football.


Dallas Cowboys -- Released G Tony Slaton and DL Mitch Willis.


Ottawa Senators -- Named Jim Durrell president and Randy Sexton chief executive officer.

Toronto Maple Leafs -- Traded F Lou Franceschetti (1 goal, 1 assist in 4 games) and D Brian Curran to the Buffalo Sabres for F Mike Foligno (4 goals, 5 assists in 31 games).

Washington Capitals -- Called up LW-C Dimitri Khristich from the Baltimore Skipjacks (AHL).


International Tennis Federation -- Fined Brad Gilbert and David Wheaton $5,000 each for a shoving incident during the semifinals of the Grand Slam Cup at Munich Saturday.

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