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July 15, 1992

Baseball

Atlanta Braves -- Signed P Jamie Howard to a minor-league contract.

Orioles -- Traded P Jose Mesa to the Cleveland Indians for minor-league OF Kyle Washington.

Philadelphia Phillies -- Purchased the contract of SS Joe Millette from Triple-A Scranton Wilkes-Barre. Optioned P Pat Combs to Scranton Wilkes-Barre.

Basketball

Denver Nuggets -- Signed C Robert Werdann.

Orlando Magic -- Named David Oliver strength and conditioning coach.

Fort Wayne Fury (CBA) -- Traded F Leonard Harris to the Rochester Renegade for F Robert Youngblood.

Mississippi Gulf Coast (Global) -- Named Steve Tucker coach.

Colleges

Pepperdine -- Announced that women's soccer will become an intercollegiate sport beginning with the 1993-94 academic year.

Rochester -- Named Mike Pilger men's soccer coach.

San Diego State -- Announced that basketball players John Molle and Virgil Smith, guards, have left the team.

TEXAS SOUTHERNAnnounced the resignation of Johnnie Cole, quarterback coach.

Western Connecticut State -- Named Tom Jones defensive coordinator and defensive line coach.

Football

Cincinnati Bengals -- Signed CB Horace Smith and QB Jason Palumbis.

Kansas City Chiefs -- Agreed to terms with LB Ervin Randle on a three-year contract extension. Waived WR James Bradley.

New York Jets -- Agreed to terms with TE Johnny Mitchell, LB Kurt Barber, LB Keo Coleman, OT Siupeli Malamala, C Cal Dixon, QB Jeff Blake and WR Vincent Brownlee.

Pittsburgh Steelers -- Signed G Hesham Ismail and G Kendall Gammon.

Hockey

Philadelphia Flyers -- Signed C Eric Lindros.

Tampa Bay Lightning -- Signed C Rob Zamuner to a multiyear contract.

Vancouver Canucks -- Announced that C Igor Larionov signed a contract with Lugano of the Swiss First Division.

Track and field

International Amateur Athletic Federation -- Suspended American discus thrower Kamy Keshmiri from international competition for failing a doping test.

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