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February 13, 1992

Auto racing Motorsports International Inc. -- Named Peter Parrott general manager.

Baseball

Commissioner's Office -- Named Mike Port president of the Arizona Fall Baseball League.

Atlanta Braves -- Agreed to terms with P Alejandro Pena (8-1, 2.40 ERA, 15 saves for the New York Mets and Braves) on a one-year contract worth $2.65 million. Pena, who earned $1 million last season, had sought $2.95 million in arbitration; the Braves had offered $2.1 million.

Boston Red Sox -- Promoted former manager Eddie Kasko, director of scouting, to vice president of baseball development.

California Angels -- Agreed to terms with P Mark Eichhorn (3-3, 1.98 ERA in 70 games) on a one-year contract for a $1.9 million. Eichhorn, who earned $680,000 last season, had asked for $2.35 million in arbitration; the club had offered $1.35 million.

Chicago White Sox -- Signed P Atlee Hammaker (0-1, 5.79 ERA with the San Diego Padres) to a minor-league contract and invited him to spring training as a non-roster player.

Cleveland Indians -- Agreed to terms with SS Felix Fermin on a one-year contract.

Los Angeles Dodgers -- Agreed to terms with OF Kal Daniels (.249, 17 HRs, 73 RBI) on a one-year contract for $2.5 million. Daniels, who earned $2,025,000 last season, had asked for $3.5 million; the club had offered $2.25 million.

New York Mets -- Won arbitration case with SS Kevin Elster (.241, 6 HRs, 36 RBI), who will receive $760,000, a raise of $135,000, rather than his request of $1.35 million. Agreed to terms with C Mackey Sasser (.272, 5 HRs, 35 RBI) and IF Bill Pecota (.286, 6 HRs, 45 RBI) on one-year contracts for $775,000 and $785,000, respectively. Pecota, who received a raise of $477,500, had asked for $900,000; the club had offered $600,000. Sasser had asked for $900,000; the club had offered $650,000.

Basketball

Milwaukee Bucks -- Announced that C Dan Schayes will be out action for up to six weeks after undergoing an operation to repair his damaged left knee. Some cartilage was removed from the knee by arthroscopic surgery.

Colleges

Jersey City State -- Named Bill Olear football coach.

North Carolina State -- Agreed to terms with Les Robinson, second-year men's basketball coach, on a two-year contract extension through the 1997-98 season.

West Virginia Wesleyan -- F Jay McKinney (16.4 ppg) and F Jon McKinney (3.0 ppg), 6-foot-5 junior brothers, quit the basketball team. Sophomore G Stephan Clay (2.3 ppg) was declared academically ineligible.

Football

Denver Broncos -- Named receivers coach George Henshaw offensive coordinator. Appointed former New England Patriots coach and Baltimore Colts WR Raymond Berry to tutor QB John Elway. Berry was Detroit Lions quarterback coach last season.

Philadelphia Eagles -- Asked WLAF to assign QB Brad Goebel to San Antonio.

Pittsburgh Steelers -- Named John Guy special teams coach.

San Francisco 49ers -- Named Carl Jackson, an Iowa assistant, running back coach. Added Alan Lowery, a Tampa Bay Buccaneers assistant last season, special teams coach.

Hockey

Montreal Canadiens -- Claimed RW Chris Nilan (5 goals, 5 assists) on waivers from the Boston Bruins.

Toronto Maple Leafs -- Recalled G Damian Rhodes from St. John's (AHL).

Soccer

Fort Lauderdale Strikers (APSL) -- Named Thomas Rongen coach.

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