Baseball Cincinnati Reds -- Announced the resignation of...

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September 13, 1991

Baseball Cincinnati Reds -- Announced the resignation of Steve Schott, executive VP.

Minnesota Twins -- Signed manager Tom Kelly to a 2-year contract extension.

Texas Rangers -- Activated P Gerald Alexander from the 15-day DL.

College

Brooklyn -- Announced 2 days before its scheduled opener that it dropping football because it doesn't have enough players (30).

Drake -- Named Chris Gage associate AD and Michael Adras men's assistant basketball coach.

Kansas State -- Named Ernie Barrett director of development for the athletic department.

Manhattan -- Extended the contract of Steve Lappas, men's basketball coach, for 3 years.

Navy -- Named Dr. Sho Fukushima men's gymnastics coach; Carla Criste women's track and field coach; Joseph French and Gail Beatty women's assistant basketball coaches; and Frank Prusch administrative assistant for football.

Salisbury State -- Announced that varsity wrestling will be discontinued at the conclusion of the 1991-92 season.

South Carolina-Spartanburg -- Announced Jerry Waters, men's basketball coach and associate athletic director for facilities, will also serve as interim AD.

Football

Dallas Cowboys -- Activated FB Alonzo Highsmith from injured reserve.

Indianapolis Colts -- Placed OG Bill Schultz on injured reserve.

Phoenix Cardinals -- Placed RB Larry Centers on injured reserve. Signed RB Terrence Flagler.

Seattle Seahawks -- Signed OL Theo Adams to the practice roster. Released S Kevin Thompson from the practice roster.

Hockey

Detroit Red Wings -- Assigned D Claude Barthe, D Derek Booth, Greg Bignell, D Jody Praznik, LW Cregg Nicol, LW Don Stone and RW Don Oliver to Toledo (ECHL). Returned RW Mark Myles to Peterborough (OHL).

Edmonton Oilers -- Acquired LW Troy Mallette from the New York Rangers as compensation for signing C Adam Graves.

Columbus Chill (ECHL) -- Announced a working agreement with the Chicago Blackhawks.

Soccer

Baltimore Blast -- Signed M Emil Dragicevic.

San Diego Sockers -- Signed D Alex Golovnia.

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