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July 16, 1992

Baseball

Orioles -- Sent P Bob Milacki to Triple-A Rochester. Called up P Richie Lewis from Rochester.

Cleveland Indians -- Optioned 1B Reggie Jefferson to Triple-A Colorado Springs.

Kansas City Royals -- Placed 2B Keith Miller (fractured bone below the left knee) and P Mark Gubicza (inflammation in the front of his right shoulder) on the 15-day DL, retroactive to Saturday. Optioned OF Kevin Koslofski to Triple-A Omaha. Activated OF Chris Gwynn from the DL. Recalled SS David Howard and P Dennis Moeller from Omaha.

Milwaukee Brewers -- Placed P Ron Robinson (sore right elbow) on the 15-day DL. Recalled P Cal Eldred from Triple-A Denver and announced he is schedule to start Monday. Moved P Teddy Higuera, who is on an injury rehabilitation since undergoing rotator cuff surgery last year, from Single-A Beloit to Double-A El Paso. Announced that C Dave Nilsson, who is on the 15-day DL with a sprained left wrist, will play four games for Triple-A Denver as part of his rehabilitation. Signed P Steve Maltagliati, P Andrew Paul, P Kirk Demyan, P Richard Winter, P Steve Gold, P Ted Marshal, P Richard Werner, P Fabian Salmon, P Frank Rodriguez, P Derek Gaskill, P Randy MacNeil, P Daniel Ortiz, P Mark Alexander, P Tom Froning, SS Craig Smith, C Christopher Thomas, C David Willman, C David Wyss and IF Mike Dumas to minor-league contracts.

San Francisco Giants -- Placed C Mark Bailey on the 15-day DL, retroactive to Saturday. Recalled IF Greg Litton from Triple-A Phoenix.

Texas Rangers -- Called up P Don Carman from Triple-A Oklahoma City. Sent P Brian Bohanon to Oklahoma City. Sent P Hector Fajardo and P Scott Chiamparino to minor-league rehabilitation assignments.

U.S. Olympic Team -- Announced that Georgia Tech C Jason Varitek, who had been cut last week, will replace Fullerton State C Jason Moler (torn knee ligaments).

Basketball

NBA -- Cleared the New York Knicks of tampering charges in the signing of Washington Bullets F Harvey Grant.

Global Basketball Association -- Named Richie Powers director of the referee development program.

TTC Colleges

Allegheny -- Named Maureen Hunter Hager associate athletics director for women and Laurel Lynn Heilman women's basketball coach.

Cal Irvine -- Named assistant AD Barbara Camp the acting AD.

Football

Atlanta Falcons -- Agreed to terms with QB Wade Wilson, who was waived by the Minnesota Vikings last week.

Dallas Cowboys -- Agreed to terms with S Bill Bates. Signed WR Tim Daniel, DB Chris Hall, DB Nate Kirtman, G Rod Milstead and OL John Terry.

Denver Broncos -- Signed DE Shane Dronett of Texas, the team's No. 2 pick in the draft, to a four-year contract.

Houston Oilers -- Signed LB Eddie Robinson, LB Joe Bowden, LB Anthony Davis and WR Dion Johnson.

Los Angeles Rams -- Agreed to terms with QB Mike Pagel, TE Damone Johnson and T Shawn Harper.

Miami Dolphins -- Signed RB Mark Higgs to a three-year deal worth a reported $2.1 million in base salary. Waived WR Rodney Blackshear, WR Harry Brown, DE Henry Brinson, RB Tony Citizen, RB Leodis Flowers and G Curtis Rose.

New England Patriots -- Signed LB Dwayne Sabb.

New Orleans Saints -- Signed RB Vaughn Dunbar, their first-round draft pick from Indiana, to a three-year contract. Also signed draft picks WR Torrance Small, CB Kary Vincent and G Mike Gisler. Signed veteran RB Bobby Morse.

New York Jets -- Placed TE Ken Whisenhunt and DB Don Odegard on the physically-unable-to-perform list.

Phoenix Cardinals -- Agreed to terms with CB Lorenzo Lynch and TE Derek Ware.

San Diego Chargers -- Signed DL Tony Savage.

Seattle Seahawks -- Signed LB Chico Fraley and DE John MacNeill to two-year contracts.

Hockey

Buffalo Sabres -- Announced that John Muckler will remain as coach for the 1992-93 season. Named Don Lever assistant coach and John Van Boxmeer coach of AHL Rochester.

Ottawa Senators -- Signed RW Tomas Jelinek.

Pittsburgh Penguins -- Signed D Greg Andrusak.

St. Louis Blues -- Signed G Parris Duffus.

Toronto Maple Leafs -- Signed F Nikolai Borschevsky, a key member of the Unified Team's gold-medal team in the Winter Olympics, to a multiyear contract.

Medicine Hat Tigers (WHL) -- Named former New York Islander Duane Sutter coach.

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