Baseball Cleveland Indians -- Activated P Dave Otto from...

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May 27, 1992

Baseball Cleveland Indians -- Activated P Dave Otto from the 15-day DL. Sent P Rod Nichols outright to Triple-A Colorado Springs of the Pacific Coast League.

Milwaukee Brewers -- Called up P Mark Lee from Triple-A Denver of the American Association.

Texas Rangers -- Optioned Monty Fariss ,infielder -outfielder,to oklahoma City of the American Associations

National League CHICAGO CUBS -- Placed Paul Assenmacher on the 15-day disabled list.Recalled, Jim Bullinger pitcher from Iowa of the American Association.

MONTREAL EXPOS -- Signed Felipe Alou manager to a contract for the remainder of the season.

Basketball

National Basketball Association

Golden State Warriors -- Signed G Sarunas Marciulionis guard to a five-year contract extension.

United States Basketball league

Jacksonville Hooters (USBL) -- Waived G Wes Matthews,guard, Signed F Derrall Dumas,forward.

NEW HAVEN SKYHAWKS--Waived Sam Mack,forward.Activated Phil Lott guard,from the taxi squad.

NEW JERSEY JAMMERS -- Activated Marc Dowdell center,from the taxi squad .Placed kevin Green,guard,on the taxi squad.

Football

National Football league

Kansas City Chiefs -- Signed Jonathan Hayes tight end, to three one-year contracts.

Miami Dolphins -- Traded Sammie Smith,running back to the Denver Broncos for Bobby Humphrey,running back.

Minnesota Vikings -- Agreed to terms with Roman Anderson placekicker, on a one-year contract.

Philadellphia Eagles -- Signed Jack Bradford,linebacker.

Washington Redskins -- Announced the retirement of Matt Millen,linebacker.

World League Barcelona dragons --signed Herb welch,cornerback.

Canadian Football League

Ottawa Rough Riders -- Acquired Less Browne,defensive back,from the Winnipeg Blue Bombers for Gerald Wilcox,running back.

Hockey

National Hockey League

Hartford Whalers -- Named Brian Burke general manager.

Colleges

Atlantic 10 Conference -- Announced the addition of women's soccer as a championship sport, effective in the 1993-94 season.

UC Irvine -- Announced it will drop baseball, men's track and field and men's cross country at the end of the academic year.

UNLV --Named David Chambers director of NCAA legislative compliance.

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