BaseballHouston Astros -- Activated OF Gerald Young from...


June 26, 1992


Houston Astros -- Activated OF Gerald Young from the 15-day DL. Optioned P Rob Mallicoat to Triple-A Tucson.

Kansas City Royals -- Called up OF Kevin Koslofski from Triple-A Omaha. Sent OF Harvey Pulliam to Omaha.

Pittsburgh Pirates -- Called up OF William Pennyfeather from Double-A Carolina.

Seattle Mariners -- Activated OF Ken Griffey from the 15-day DL. Optioned P Randy Kramer to Triple-A Calgary.


NBA -- Announced that the Houston Rockets and Seattle SuperSonics will open the 1992-93 season in Tokyo, marking the second time in three years the league has begun its regular season in Japan. The teams will play each other Nov. 7 and 8.

Detroit Pistons -- Traded C William Bedford and the rights to F Don MacLean to the Los Angeles Clippers for C Olden Polynice '' and second-round draft picks in 1996 and 1997.

Global Basketball Association -- Announced the resignation, which will be effective Tuesday, of commissioner Mike Storen.


ACC -- Signed a three-year agreement with the Peach Bowl.

Cleveland State -- Announced the elimination of men's and women's track and field and men's tennis programs, and the elimination of men's cross country program after the fall season.

Ohio State -- Named Bill Conley assistant football coach.

Susquehanna -- Named Mills Eure wrestling coach.

Towson State -- Named Debbie Michael the school's first women's soccer coach. Signed 10 high school lacrosse players to letters of intent. They are attackmen Matt Czoka (South River), Mike Gately (Loyola), Sean Ryan (Calvert Hall), Mike Strohman (Broadneck) and Tim Langton (Port Washington, N.Y.); midfielders Scott Huskins (Towson), Steve Bruso (Broadneck) and David Moore (Oswego, N.Y.) and defensemen Lloyd Shiflett (Calvert Hall) and Matt Stromberg (Mount Hebron). Announced that lacrosse defenseman Todd Fields (Calvert Hall) is transferring from Radford.

Tuskegee -- Announced the resignation of Haney Catchings, offensive coordinator, to take the same position at Alabama State.


New England Patriots -- Signed TE Turner Baur and WR Grantis Bell.

Birmingham Fire (World League) -- Fired GM Rick Nichols.


Boston Bruins -- Named former Tom McVie, former coach of the Washington Capitals and New Jersey Devils, assistant coach.

Los Angeles Kings -- Named Barry Melrose coach. Announced (( that Bruce McNall has relinquished the title of president. Promoted executive VP Roy Mlakar to president. Named Rogie Vachon assistant to McNall and Nick Beverley GM.


International Tennis Federation -- Fined Andre Agassi $1,500 for audible obscenities during a match at Wimbledon on June 24.

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