BaseballDetroit Tigers -- Sent P John DeSilva, OF John...

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March 24, 1993

Baseball

Detroit Tigers -- Sent P John DeSilva, OF John Cangelosi and C Marty Peavy to their minor-league camp for reassignment.

Montreal Expos -- Signed 1B Jack Clark to a minor-league contract. Sent P Sergio Valdez to their minor-league camp for reassignment. Claimed OF Ted Wood off waivers from the San Francisco Giants.

Philadelphia Phillies -- Optioned P Brad Brink and P Steve Parris to Triple-A Scranton-Wilkes Barre.

Basketball

NBA -- Fined Miami Heat G-F Keith Askins $3,500 for a flagrant foul in a game on March 18.

Golden State Warriors -- Waived C Alton Lister.

Portland Trail Blazers -- Placed C Kevin Duckworth on the injured list. Activated F Reggie Smith from the injured list.

Colleges

Hockey East -- Announced Massachusetts will join the conference in 1994-95.

Kean -- Announced the resignation of Mike Gatley, interim men's basketball coach.

SUNY-Buffalo -- Announced the resignation of Dan Bazzani, men's basketball coach.

Texas A&M -- Promoted defensive coordinator Bob Davie to assistant head coach and announced he would retain his duties as defensive coordinator.

Football

Buffalo Bills -- Signed CB Mickey Washington.

Detroit Lions -- Signed TE Rodney Holman.

Green Bay Packers -- Signed G Harry Galbreath.

New York Giants -- Signed WR Mark Jackson.

San Francisco 49ers -- Agreed to terms with LB Bill Romanowski.

Hockey

L Anaheim Mighty Ducks -- Named Jack Ferreira general manager.

Boston Bruins -- Agreed to terms with D Don Sweeney on a three-year contract.

San Jose Sharks -- Recalled G Wade Flaherty from Kansas City (IHL).

Team USA -- Named Hartford Whalers general manager Brian Burke as general manager. The team will be coached by Yale coach Tim Taylor, with former New Jersey Devils coach John Cunniff serving as an assistant coach.

Lacrosse

Philadelphia Wings -- Announced the retirement of coach Dave Evans, effective at the end of this season.

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