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November 15, 1991

Baseball

Atlanta Braves -- Acquired OF Mickey Pina from the Boston Red Sox to complete a trade for P Dan Petry.

California Angels -- Signed P Scott Bailes (1-2, 4.18 ERA in 42 games).

Chicago Cubs -- Named Larry Himes executive VP of baseball operations, and Jim Frey senior VP.

Cincinnati Reds -- Added P Victor Garcia, P Trevor Hoffman, P Tim Pugh and P Ross Powell to 40-man roster.

Colorado Rockies -- Named Herb Hippauf national cross checker and major-league scout.

San Francisco Giants -- Purchased the contracts of P Chris Hancock from Class AAA Phoenix and 2B John Patterson and OF Steve Hosey from Class AA Shreveport.

Seattle Mariners -- Named Russ Nixon bench coach.

Basketball

Cleveland Cavaliers -- Activated G John Battle from the injured list. Waived G John Morton.

Los Angeles Lakers -- Reactivated G Tony Smith. Waived G Demetrius Calip.

New York Knicks -- Waived F-G Carlton McKinney. Signed G Kennard Winchester.

Colleges

Maryland -- Signed G Duane Simpkins (DeMatha), F Stacy Robinson (DuVal) and F-G Exree Hipp (Harker Prep) to basketball letters of intent.

Temple -- Suspended backup QB Anthony Richardson from the football team for the rest of the season.

Football

NFL -- Suspended Pittsburgh Steelers OG Terry Long without pay for 4 weeks for violating the league's policy on anabolic steroids and related substances.

Los Angeles Rams -- Signed DT Vance Hammond to the practice squad. Released OT Neal Fort from the practice squad.

Pittsburgh Steelers -- Placed CB Delton Hall on IR.

Hockey

New York Islanders -- Recalled G Danny Lorenz from Capital District (AHL).

New York Rangers -- Returned D Jeff Bloemberg to Binghamton (AHL).

Baltimore Skipjacks (AHL) -- Obtained RW Jeff Greenlaw on loan from the Washington Capitals. Recalled D Jiri Vykoukal from Hampton Roads (ECHL).

Tennis

U.S. Davis Cup team -- Named Tom Gorman captain.

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