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November 07, 1992

Baseball

Cincinnati Reds -- Purchased the contract of P Greg Cadaret from the New York Yankees.

Colorado Rockies -- Signed the following minor-league free agents: OF Jim Olander (most recently in the Milwaukee Brewers organization), P Clint Zavaras (Seattle Mariners) and IF Elvin Paulino (Chicago Cubs). Olander, 29, was the Triple-A American Association MVP in 1991 when he hit .325. He fractured his left knee last May and missed the rest of the season.

Florida Marlins -- Agreed to terms with C Charles Johnson.

San Diego Padres -- Named Ross Sapp, Logan White and Scott Lovecamp, full-time scouts. Promoted Don Lyle and Bruce Seid to full-time scouts and Damon Oppenheimer to East Coast scouting supervisor.

Basketball

Boston Celtics -- Named Tom McGrath director of special events.

Columbus Horizon (CBA) -- Signed former Washington Bullets F Ed Horton.

Colleges

NCAA -- Placed the Lamar University women's basketball program on two years' probation for major rules violations committed during the 1990-91 season.

Regis -- Announced that it will add women's intercollegiate golf in 1993-94.

Football

New England Patriots -- Activated OL Scott Bowles from the practice squad.

Pittsburgh Steelers -- Placed LB Jerry Olsavsky on injured reserve. Activated CB Alan Haller from the practice squad.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers -- Signed WR Mike Barber. Waived WR Willie Culpepper.

Hockey

Chicago Blackhawks -- Announced the resignation of general manager Mike Keenan. Named Bob Pulford general manager.

Los Angeles Kings -- Traded D Peter Ahola to the Pittsburgh Penguins for D Jeff Chychrun.

New York Rangers -- Traded LW Dave Archibald to the Ottawa Senators for a fifth-round draft choice in the 1993 entry draft.

Washington Capitals -- Called up G Byron Dafoe from the Skipjacks.

Soccer

Milwaukee Wave (NPSL) -- Signed F John Garvey and D Tim Martin to two-year contracts.

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