BaseballOakland Athletics -- Signed P Dennis Eckersley...


July 20, 1992


Oakland Athletics -- Signed P Dennis Eckersley (2-0, 1.67 ERA, 30 saves) to a two-year contract extension.

Texas Rangers -- Recalled OF Monty Fariss from Triple-A Oklahoma City. Released OF John Cangelosi (.188 in 73 games).


Houston Rockets -- Agreed to a five-year contract with first-round draft pick F Robert Horry (Alabama).

Minnesota Timberwolves -- Signed F Marlon Maxey (Texas-El Paso), a second-round draft choice, to a four-year contract.

Portland Trail Blazers -- Signed F Tracy Murray to a three-year contract.

E9 Columbus Horizon (CBA) -- Named Cazzie Russell coach.


Indiana -- Named Duane Goldman wrestling coach.

MA Wake Forest -- Named John Gutekunst assistant football coach.


Denver Broncos -- Signed CB Frank Robinson, their fifth-round draft choice.

Indianapolis Colts -- Signed RB Rodney Culver, fourth-round draft pick out of Notre Dame. Signed free agents LB Lester Brinkley and DB African Nigeria Grant.

Los Angeles Raiders -- Signed RB Terrence Flagler, who played six games last season for the Phoenix Cardinals, to a free-agent contract. Traded WR Paul Richardson to the Green Bay Packers to complete a previous deal. Agreed to terms with DB Elvis Patterson. Released K Michael Attardi.

Miami Dolphins -- Placed DL Eddie Blake and S Bobby Harden on the physically-unable-to-perform list.

San Francisco 49ers -- Signed RB Amp Lee, a second-round draft choice from Florida State, to a reported three-year, $1.55 million contract. Also signed S Dana Hall and WR Darian Hagan.


National League

* NEW YORK METS -- Activated Bret Saberhagen, pitcher, from the disabled list. Placed Dwight Gooden, pitcher, on the 15-day disabled list, retroactive to July 17.


* PITTSBURGH STEELERS -- Signed Alan Haller, cornerback.


* BAYLOR -- Named Tim Harkness assistant football coach.

* ST. LAWRENCE -- Named Jay Heinbuck assistant hockey coach and rink director.

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