BaseballCalifornia Angels -- Placed IF Bobby Rose on the...

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May 23, 1992

Baseball

California Angels -- Placed IF Bobby Rose on the 15-day DL, retroactive to Wednesday. Recalled IF Luis Sojo from Triple-A Edmonton.

Cincinnati Reds -- Signed 3B Chris Estep to a contract with Single-A Cedar Rapids.

Cleveland Indians -- Activated OF Glenallen Hill from the 15-day DL. Sent IF Tony Perezchica outright to Triple-A Colorado.

Montreal Expos -- Fired manager Tom Runnells. Named Felipe Alou manager, Kevin Kennedy catching instructor and former Orioles pitching coach Herm Starrette director of minor-league field operations. Placed P Bill Landrum (rotator cuff tendinitis) on the 15-day DL, retroactive to Saturday. Purchased the contract of Scott Service from Triple-A Indianapolis.

Philadelphia Phillies -- Signed P Don Robinson (1-0, 2.20 ERA for the Angels) at the $109,000 major-league minimum. The Angels will pick up the balance of his $900,000 contract.

Pittsburgh Pirates -- Purchased the contract of P Jerry Don Gleaton from Triple-A Buffalo. Optioned P Paul Miller to Buffalo.

St. Louis Cardinals -- Placed 1B Pedro Guerrero on the 15-day DL. Activated 1B Andres Galarraga from the 15-day DL.

Basketball

Sacramento Kings -- Named Garry St. Jean coach. Named Mike Schuler and Dave Wohl assistant coaches. Promoted player personnel director Jerry Reynolds to general manager.

Miami Tropics (USBL) -- Activated C Roy Tarpley from the taxi squad. Placed F-C Ken Bannister (Southwestern) on the taxi squad.

Colleges

D8 LeMoyne -- Named Scott Hicks men's basketball coach.

Hockey

NHL -- Suspended Edmonton Oilers D Craig Muni for two games for using his knee to check Chicago Blackhawks F Greg Gilbert on Monday.

Calgary Flames -- Named Dave King coach.

Winnipeg Jets -- Signed C Alexei Zhamnov, formerly with the Soviet national team.

Maine Mariners (AHL) -- Announced the franchise is moving to Providence, R.I., changing its name to the Providence Bruins and playing its home games at the Providence Civic Center.

Track and field

The Athletics Congress -- Suspended sprinter Greg Moses four years for failing to appear for a drug test the week of Feb. 10. Suspended discus thrower John Nichols two years for failing to appear for an out-of-competition drug test the week of June 14, 1991.

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