Baseball Cincinnati Reds -- Fired GM Bob Quinn.Florida...

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October 09, 1992

Baseball Cincinnati Reds -- Fired GM Bob Quinn.

Florida Marlins -- Named Joe Angel, Jay Randolph and Dave O'Brien broadcasters for the 1993 season.

Los Angeles Dodgers -- Activated P Rudy Seanez from the 60-day DL.

Charlotte Knights (Southern League) -- Announced the team has been purchased by Saints owner Tom Benson and is being moved to New Orleans for the 1993 season.

Basketball

Cleveland Cavaliers -- Signed G Gerald Wilkins to a multiyear contract.

Golden State Warriors -- Signed first-round draft choice G Latrell Sprewell to a four-year contract. Signed restricted free-agent F Jud Buechler to a two-year deal.

Houston Rockets -- Signed G Curtis Blair, G Kennard Winchester, F Chancellor Nichols, F David Van Dyke and F Tod Murphy.

Miami Heat -- Signed G Kevin Edwards, G Keith Askins and C-F George Ackles. Agreed to terms with C Matt Geiger, C Alan Ogg and G Carlos Funchess.

Philadelphia 76ers -- Signed first-round draft choice F Clarence Weatherspoon to a seven-year contract. Traded F Jayson Williams to the New Jersey Nets for a conditional first-round draft pick or two future second-round selections.

Phoenix Suns -- Signed first-round draft choice C Oliver Miller to a two-year contract. Announced that G Kevin Johnson agreed to defer $300,000 of his 1992-93 salary until next season so that the team could sign Miller. Renounced their rights to G Steve Burtt.

0 San Antonio Spurs -- Signed G Ennis Whatley.

Football

Denver Broncos -- Placed LB Tim Lucas on IR. Re-signed FB Jeff Alexander.

Indianapolis Colts -- Waived DE Michael Brandon from the practice squad. Signed DE Tony Walker to the practice squad.

Washington Redskins -- Placed C Jeff Bostic and LB Ravin Caldwell on IR. Activated S David Gulledge from the practice squad. Re-signed LB John Brantley. Signed WR Carl Harry to the practice squad.

Hockey

Minnesota North Stars -- Signed D Mark Tinordi to a 4-year contract

Soccer

Cleveland Crunch (NPSL) -- Signed MF Tommy Tanner.

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