BaseballCommissioner's Office -- Suspended New York...

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March 07, 1992

Baseball

Commissioner's Office -- Suspended New York Yankees P Pascual Perez for one year for violating baseball's drug policy.

Kansas City Royals -- Agreed to one-year contracts with C Brent Mayne, P Joel Johnston, P Rusty Meacham and OF Harvey Pulliam.

Minnesota Twins -- Agreed to terms with 2B Chuck Knoblauch and P Kevin Tapani on one-year contracts.

Team USA -- Named Lazer Collazo pitching coach.

Basketball

Minnesota Timberwolves -- Activated C Felton Spencer from the injured list. Waived G Tom Garrick.

San Antonio Spurs -- Signed G Trent Tucker to a second 10-day contract, which will expire March 17.

Seattle SuperSonics -- Activated F Derrick McKey from the injured list. Placed F Marty Conlon on the injured list.

Colleges

Alabama A&M -- Named Ray Bonner football coach.

Clemson -- Signed QB Dennis Logan, a two-year all-conference quarterback and defensive back from Forest City, N.C., to a letter of intent.

Georgia Tech -- Announced the resignation of George Felton, assistant basketball coach, effective at the end of the season.

Houston -- Named Danny Palmer linebackers coach.

Youngstown State -- Named Ray Hernan basketball recruiting director.

Football

Chicago Bears -- Signed Plan B free-agent OL Mark Rodenhauser, who spent the past two seasons with the Chargers. Signed free-agent DB John Wiley, who spent training camp last summer with Chicago.

Seattle Seahawks -- Signed C Brad Leggett.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers -- Signed Plan B free agent LB Ed Brady, who spent the past six seasons with the Bengals.

Hockey

NHL -- Suspended Detroit Red Wings RW Bob Probert for three games for swinging his stick at St. Louis Blues D Garth Butcher in a game Feb. 29. Probert will begin serving his suspension March 13, unless the Red Wings waive the period of appeal.

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