BaseballNew York Yankees -- Placed P Melido Perez on the...

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April 08, 1993

Baseball

New York Yankees -- Placed P Melido Perez on the 15-day DL, retroactive to April 1. Purchased the contract of P Neal Heaton from Triple-A Columbus.

San Diego Padres -- Signed OF Mike Simms to a minor-league contract.

College

NCAA -- Announced the Kutztown (Pa.) football program has been cleared of 16 misconduct allegations, including grade-tampering.

Big Ten -- Signed a two-year agreement with the Hall of Fame Bowl.

Brigham Young -- Confirmed that freshman basketball G Ryan Cuff and sophomore F Russell Larson have received permission to pursue possible transfers.

Idaho -- Named Eric Jackson assistant football coach.

Northwestern -- Announced the resignation of AD Bruce Corrie, effective May 31. Named outgoing basketball coach Bill Foster interim AD.

Trinity, Texas -- Named Bob King AD.

Football

Chicago Bears -- Rejected a request from DE Richard Dent that his contract be renegotiated.

Cleveland Browns -- Agreed to terms with WR Mark Carrier on a three-year contract.

Phoenix Cardinals -- Agreed to terms with S Chuck Cecil on a three-year contract. Signed DB Jay Taylor and traded Taylor to the Kansas City Chiefs for an undisclosed draft pick in 1993.

San Francisco 49ers -- Re-signed QB Steve Bono to a three-year contract. Signed S Tim McDonald to a five-year contract. Extended an offer sheet to OL Jeff Wright, a transitional free agent from the Buffalo Bills.

Washington Redskins -- Extended an offer sheet to DL Wayne Martin of the New Orleans Saints.

Golf

Chattanooga-Hamilton County Classic -- Announced that the PGA event has been canceled this year.

Hockey

Buffalo Sabres -- Announced broadcaster Ted Darling will be inducted into the team's Hall of Fame on Sunday.

Hartford Whalers -- Was informed that the state will begin negotiations to buy the Civic Center from the city in an effort to keep the franchise in the city.

Toronto Maple Leafs -- Signed D Matt Martin.

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