BASEBALL &American League * CLEVELAND INDIANS -- Purchased...

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May 01, 1992

BASEBALL &

American League * CLEVELAND INDIANS -- Purchased the contract of Craig Worthington, third baseman, from Colorado Springs of the Pacific Coast League. Optioned Jesse Levis, catcher, to Colorado Springs of the Pacific Coast League.

DETROIT TIGERS -- Sent Dan Gakeler, pitcher, to London of the Eastern League on a rehabilitation assignment.

BASKETBALL

United States Basketball League ATLANTA EAGLES -- Signed James Martin, guard, and Chris Collier, forward.

JACKSONVILLE HOOTERS -- Acquired Wes Matthews, guard, from the Atlanta Eagles for Scott Bailey, forward, and a player to be named later.

MIAMI TROPICS -- Traded the rights to Steve Bucknall, guard; Derek Strong, forward; Chuck Nevitt, center; and Sean Gay, guard; to the Atlanta Eagles for future considerations.

FOOTBALL

National Football League MIAMI DOLPHINS -- Signed Rodney Blackshear, wide receiver; Kirk Carruthers, linebacker; Tony Citizen and Kevin Hart, running backs; Matt Humphreys, lineman; Tyrone Lewis, cornerback; Rick Burkhead, fullback, and Joe Ostaszewski, nose tackle.

HOCKEY

National Hockey League NHL -- Fined The New York Rangers and the New Jersey Devils each for fighting after a game on April 29, and the Hartford Whalers and the Montreal Canadiens $10,000 each for fighting after a game on April 27.

ST. LOUIS BLUES -- Assigned Guy Hebert, goaltender, to Peoria of the International Hockey League.

HORSE RACING

AQUEDUCT -- Suspended Nick Santagata, jockey, for 30 days for striking a security officer in the paddock following the running of the first race on April 27.

COLLEGE

AUBURN -- Announced the resignation of Pat Dye, athletic director, effective when a successor is named.

ST. LOUIS -- Named Win Case men's assistant basketball coach.

* TEIKYO WESTMAR -- Named David Schroeder football coach and athletic director.

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