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July 29, 1992

Baseball

Chicago Cubs -- Recalled P Heathcliff Slocumb from Triple-A Iowa. Designated IF-OF Jeff Kunkel for assignment.

Los Angeles Dodgers -- Acquired Phillies OF Julio Peguero to complete the July 2 trade that sent OF Stan Javier to Philadelphia for P Steve Searcy. Optioned Peguero to Triple-A Albuquerque. Acquired Chicago Cubs P Mike Sodders to complete the June 27 deal that sent OF Kal Daniels to the Cubs and assigned him to Single-A Bakersfield.

Philadelphia Phillies -- Placed C Steve Lake on the 15-day DL. Recalled C Todd Pratt (formerly Orioles property) from Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre.

Basketball

Atlanta Hawks -- Named Roger Hinds strength and conditioning coach.

Boston Celtics -- Gave coach Chris Ford a multiyear contract extension.

Detroit Pistons -- Named Will Robinson assistant to director of player personnel, Walt Perrin director of scouting and Doug Garnder player personnel assistant.

San Antonio Spurs -- Named Tom Thibodeau assistant coach.

Colleges

Arizona State -- Announced the resignation of men's and women's track and field coach Tom Jones so that he can take the women's track and field position at Florida.

Ohio State -- Named J. D. Graham football recruiting coordinator.

Widener -- Named Bill Zwaan baseball coach, effective next season.

William Smith -- Announced the resignation of Ellen J. Staurowsky, director of athletics, to accept a similar position at Ithaca College. Named Connee Zotos director of athletics.

Football

Los Angeles Raiders -- Waived TE Greg Harrell (attended Maryland, lives in Columbia). Signed LB Greg Gilbert.

New England Patriots -- Signed OL Ben Jefferson (Maryland).

New York Jets -- Signed CB Wayne Williams.

San Diego Chargers -- Waived LB Jerrelle Williams and OT Jimmy Laister.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers -- Signed DL Ray Seals to a two-year contract.

Hockey

Winnipeg Jets -- Waived D Mario Marois and G Daniel Berthiaume.

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