BaseballCleveland Indians -- Named Gordon MacKenzie...


July 11, 1991


Cleveland Indians -- Named Gordon MacKenzie first-base coach. MacKenzie had been Cleveland's advance scout.

Philadelphia Phillies -- Announced that OF Lenny Dykstra, who suffered a broken collarbone, 3 fractured ribs and a broken cheekbone in a car accident May 6, would not get clearance to play tonight.

Texas Rangers -- Activated IF Mario Diaz from the 15-day DL. Optioned SS Gary Green to Class AAA Oklahoma City.


Detroit Pistons -- Gave up their rights to C Tree Rollins (1 ppg, 1 rpg in 37 games) and G Gerald Henderson (5.3 ppg, 2.7 apg).

Los Angeles Lakers -- Re-signed Randy Pfund, assistant coach.

Milwaukee Bucks -- Signed C Moses Malone to a 2-year contract.

Quad City Thunder (CBA) -- Named Mike Mashak assistant coach.


Arkansas State -- Named Kevin Warner compliance coordinator for athletics.

Arizona -- Took the recommendation of a hearing board and exonerated basketball player Khalid Reeves concerning allegations that he had sexually assaulted a female student.

Boston College -- Named Tom Boron men's and women's golf coach.

Cincinnati -- Suspended TB Vincent Powell from the football team indefinitely for disciplinary reasons.

Navy -- Announced that Luis Nicolao and Mike Siepert, both seniors at the Naval Academy, will compete for the East team in water polo at the U.S. Olympic Festival. Announced that water polo coach Mike Schofield will be an assistant coach for the U.S. team at the World University Summer Games.

Nebraska -- Promoted Frank Solich, running backs coach, to assistant head football coach.

South Carolina -- Named Steve Newton of Murray State basketball coach.

World University Games -- The basketball players and coaches selected to represent the United States July 15-24 at Sheffield, England are announced: F Eric Anderson, Indiana; F Alexander Blackwell, Monmouth, N.J.; F Calbert Cheaney, Indiana; G Hubert Davis, North Carolina; C Josh Grant, Utah; G Bobby Hurley, Duke; C Ervin Johnson, New Orleans; G Adonis Jordan, Kansas; F George Lynch, North Carolina; G Sean Miller, Pittsburgh; F Rodney Rogers, Wake Forest; C Luther Wright, Seton Hall. Head coach: P.J. Carlesimo, Seton Hall. Assistant coaches: Roy Williams, Kansas; Pete Gillen, Xavier, Ohio; Herb Kenny, Connecticut Wesleyan.


Denver Broncos -- Agreed to terms with RB Steve Sewell on a 3-year contract. Released LB Paris McCurdy and DE Jon Wood.

Detroit Lions -- Signed G Scott Conover, G Cedric Jackson, RB Franklin Thomas, DL Darryl Milburn, WR-KR Slip Watkins and LB Zeno Alexander.

Green Bay Packers -- Signed WR Johnny Walker. Announced the retirement of DE J.J. Wierenga. Waived DE Mark Hall. Relinquished the rights to LB Mike Weddington.

Houston Oilers -- Signed T Kevin Donnalley and WR Gary Wellman. Signed a 6-year training camp contract with Trinity University in San Antonio.

New Orleans Saints -- DL Frank Warren, on a yearlong drug suspension from the NFL, was reinstated by commissioner Paul Tagliabue.

Philadelphia Eagles -- Waived P John Teltschik, WR Dave Baird, LB Paul McGowan and DL Jerry Reese. Signed K Dan Plocki (Maryland) and TE Chad Fortune to a 1-year contract. Signed LB Scott Kowalkowski to 2 1-year contracts.

Pittsburgh Steelers -- CB Dwayne Woodruff, the last remaining member of a Steelers Super Bowl champion, announced his retirement.

Orlando Predators (AFL) -- Placed WR-DB Tony Collins on injured reserve.


USGA -- Fined Ronan Rafferty of Northern Ireland $8,000 for walking out of the U.S. Open last month without giving an explanation.


Cleveland Crunch (MSL) -- Signed F Zoran Karic.

Milwaukee Wave (NPSL) -- Announced the retirement of G Tony Pierce.

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