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April 14, 1993

Baseball

Atlanta Braves -- Traded P Mark Davis to the Philadelphia Phillies for P Brad Hassinger. Assigned Hassinger to Single-A Durham.

Cincinnati Reds -- Sold OF Willie Canate to the Toronto Blue Jays and P Dwayne Henry to the Seattle Mariners.

New York Yankees -- Named Willie Randolph, the second baseman for the Yankees from 1976-88, assistant general manager.

Basketball

Los Angeles Clippers -- Announced that G Mark Jackson, whose contract was to have expired after this season, has agreed to a five-year contract extension.

New Jersey Nets -- Activated G Drazen Petrovic from the injury list. Waived G Doug Lee.

San Antonio Spurs -- Activated F Terry Cummings from the injury list. Placed G Sam Mack on the injury list.

College

Geneva -- Announced the resignation of football coach Gene Sullivan.

Navy -- Named Mark Murray full-time assistant football coach.

Peach Bowl -- Announced the game in Atlanta will be played New Year's Eve this year and next. This year's game will be televised on ESPN for the third straight year.

Football

Dallas Cowboys -- Signed LB Mickey Pruitt and G James Richards.

Denver Broncos -- Traded RB Gaston Green to the Los Angeles Raiders for a third-round draft choice.

Los Angeles Raiders -- Agreed in principle to a new contract with F Steve Smith and have signed unrestricted free agent LB Joe Kelly, formerly of the New York Jets.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers -- Signed DB Darren Carrington to an offer sheet.

Hockey

NHL -- Rescinded the game misconduct penalty of Minnesota D Derian Hatcher, allowing him to play in the North Stars' last two regular-season games.

Hartford Whalers -- Recalled LW Barry Nieckar from Springfield (AHL).

Minnesota North Stars -- Recalled C Cal McGowan from Kalamazoo (IHL).

New York Rangers -- Returned G Corey Hirsch to Binghamton (AHL).

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