BaseballCincinnati Reds -- Promoted 3 minor-leaguers -- P...

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November 19, 1991

Baseball

Cincinnati Reds -- Promoted 3 minor-leaguers -- P Bobby Ayala, P Jason Satre and IF Jeff Branson -- to their winter roster. Announced that 1B Terry Lee (hitless in 3 games) has become a free agent after being assigned outright to Class AAA Nashville.

Milwaukee Brewers -- Named Tim Foli first-base and infield coach, Mike Easler batting coach, Don Rowe pitching coach and Bill Castro bullpen coach. Retained Duffy Dyer as third-base coach.

Montreal Expos -- Released OF Kenny Williams. Signed 1B Carlos Gonzalez and assigned him to minor-league training camp. Named Jim Holden West Coast scouting supervisor and Whitey DeHart Western Canada supervisor and major-league scout.

Seattle Mariners -- Completed their field staff by hiring Marty Martinez as third-base coach and Roger Hansen as bullpen coach.

Basketball

Indiana Pacers -- Signed first-round pick F Dale Davis (Clemson). Waived F Mike Sanders.

Minnesota Timberwolves -- Agreed to terms with first-round pick Luc Longley (New Mexico), according to the Minneapolis Star Tribune.

Orlando Magic -- Signed first-round pick F Brian Williams (Arizona, Maryland). Placed rookie C Stanley Roberts (sprained ankle) on the injured list.

College

Maryland -- Signed F-C Mario Lucas of Memphis, Tenn., to a national letter of intent.

Hockey

NHL -- Approved $65 million sale of Pittsburgh Penguins from Edward J. DeBartolo and family to Howard Baldwin and Morris Belzberg.

Buffalo Sabres -- Announced that C Pat LaFontaine (broken jaw) will be out 6-8 weeks.

New York Islanders -- Sent G Mark Fitzpatrick and LW David Chyzowski to Capital District (AHL).

New York Rangers -- GM Neil Smith agreed to a 1-year extension through 1993-94.

St. Louis Blues -- Assigned D Dominic Lavoie to Peoria (IHL).

Toronto Maple Leafs -- Sent G Felix Potvin, D Len Esau and F Todd Hawkins to St. John's (AHL).

Washington Capitals -- LW Kelly Miller (1 goal, 10 assists) agreed a 1-year contract with an option year.

Roller hockey

Roller Hockey International -- Announced formation. League plans to begin play with 12 North American teams competing from June through September.

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