Baseball Orioles -- Named Tim Bishop to replace Allan...

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October 21, 1992

Baseball Orioles -- Named Tim Bishop to replace Allan Johnson as strength and conditioning coach.

Kansas City Royals -- Announced they are moving their Single-A Midwest League affiliate from Appleton, Wis., to Rockford, Ill., for the 1993 and 1994 seasons.

Albany-Colonie Yankees (Eastern League) -- Named Dennis Hannay director of game operations and community relations.

Charlotte Rangers (Florida State League) -- Named Ken Mallory assistant general manager and Sean Doyle director of sales.

Baseball Writers Association of America -- Elected Neil Hohlfeld president, Rick Hummel vice president and Jack O'Connell secretary-treasurer.

Basketball Philadelphia 76ers -- Waived F Torgeir Bryn and F Barry Mitchell.

Fayetteville Flyers (Global Basketball Association) -- Signed former University of Maryland G Keith Gatlin.

Colleges California -- Announced QB Perry Klein quit the team.

Iowa State -- Extended the contract of men's basketball coach Johnny Orr for two years through the 1994-95 season.

Notre Dame -- Named Parker Laketa men's assistant basketball coach.

Southwest Missouri State -- Announced that G Jackie Crawford and F Tony Graves will be ineligible for the fall semester.

Football New York Jets -- Waived S Joe Fishback.

Philadelphia Eagles -- Placed S Andre Waters on injured reserve.

British Columbia Lions (CFL) -- Signed QB Gilbert Renfroe.

Hockey Hartford Whalers -- Recalled G Corrie D'Alessio from Springfield of the AHL.

Philadelphia Flyers -- Announced G Tommy Soderstrom must undergo another procedure to correct a heart rhythm abnormality.

Louisville Ice Hawks (ECHL) -- Waived D Clint Thomas. Acquired D Karl Johnston from Springfield of the AHL.

Nashville Knights (ECHL) -- Announced a working agreement with the Pittsburgh Penguins.

Soccer Chicago Power -- Signed M Michael Richardson to a one-year contract.

Cleveland Crunch -- Signed D Wes Sechrist to a one-year contract.

Milwaukee Wave -- Signed D Moe Suri to a three-year contract.

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