Baseball American League -- Extended the contract of...

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March 10, 1992

Baseball American League -- Extended the contract of president Bobby Brown through Dec. 31, 1993.

DTC San Francisco Giants -- Sent P Jimmy Myers, P Kevin Rogers, P Chris Hancock and C Jim McNamara to their minor league camp for reassignment.

Texas Rangers -- Named Luis R. Mayoral assistant public relations director.

Basketball

Golden State Warriors -- Activated F Tom Tolbert from the injured list.

Wichita Falls Texans (CBA) -- Announced that F Roy Tarpley, banned from the NBA for refusing to take a mandatory drug test, has joined the team.

Colleges

Big Sky Conference -- Suspended Idaho State coach Herb Williams and Idaho State's Erin Cowen, Chris Baker and Chris Daniels and Weber State's Anthony Steward, David Baldwin and Mike Sivulich for their part in a brawl in Saturday's game.

Boston College -- Agreed to a multi-year contract extension with basketball coach Jim O'Brien.

Florida -- Hired Jeremy Foley as athletic director, replacing Bill Arnsparger, who resigned in January to become defensive coordinator with the San Diego Chargers.

Marist -- Named Jim Parady football coach.

Ramapo -- Announced the resignation of football coach Jim Miceli to accept an assistant's position at Pittsburgh.

Football

Philadelphia Eagles -- Reached a two-year contract agreement with PR Vai Sikahema, a Plan B free agent.

Hockey

Buffalo Sabres -- Traded C Dave Snuggerud to the San Jose Sharks for RW Wayne Presley.

New York Rangers -- Obtained D Jay Wells from the Buffalo Sabres for D Randy Moller.

St. Louis Blues -- Announced that D Garth Butcher will be sidelined for at least three weeks with a cracked bone in his left foot.

San Diego Gulls (IHL) -- Announced that G Sean Burke, who led Canada to the silver medal at the Olympics after playing out his option with the New Jersey Devils, has signed a contract.

Soccer

St. Louis Storm -- Named Fernando Clavijo interim coach.

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