Baseball Colorado Rockies -- Activated SS Freddie...

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June 24, 1993

Baseball Colorado Rockies -- Activated SS Freddie Benavides from the day DL. Optioned IF Pedro Castellano to Triple-A Colorado Springs.

Florida Marlins -- Activated C Bob Natal from the 15-day DL. Optioned OF Geronimo Berroa to Triple-A Edmonton.

Montreal Expos -- Traded IF Arci Cianfrocco to the San Diego Padres for P Tim Scott. Optioned P Bill Risley to Triple-A Ottawa.

Philadelphia Phillies -- Extended the contracts of GM Lee Thomas and manager Jim Fregosi.

San Diego Padres -- Called up P Tim Worrell from Triple-A Las Vegas. Assigned IF Arci Cianfrocco to Las Vegas.

Seattle Mariners -- Signed P Mike Collett, SS Jason Cook and OF Willy Wilkins. Assigned Collett to Single-A Bellingham. Assigned Wilkins and Cook to Rookie League Peoria.

Basketball

Atlanta Hawks -- Named Dick Helm and Brian Winters assistant coaches for defense and offense, respectively.

Long Island Surf (USBL) -- Activated former Maryland G Matt Roe from the taxi squad.

Colleges

La Salle -- Named Joe Bryant men's assistant basketball coach.

Widener -- Promoted assistant men's lacrosse coach Dan McGrane to head coach.

Football

Chicago Bears -- Vice president of player personnel Bill Tobin announced his resignation.

Philadelphia Eagles -- Signed three free agents: FB Rick Burkhead, OL Robert Doherty and DL Gerald Nichols.

New Orleans Saints -- Signed S Othello Henderson to a three-year contract.

=1 Phoenix Cardinals -- Signed LB Scott Stephen.

Hockey

Nashville Knights (ECHL) -- Announced that Nick Fotiu and George Kozak will return as coaches.

Horse racing Santa Anita Park -- Named Stephen F. Keller chairman of the board of the Santa Anita Operating Co.

Soccer

Cleveland Crunch (NPSL) -- Announced F Mark Thomas has been sent on loan to the Sacramento Knights (CISL).

Tennis

International Tennis Federation -- Fined Patrick McEnroe of the United States $1,000, Paul Haarhuis of the Netherlands $1,500 and Patrik Kuhnen of Germany $500 for abusive language during matches at Wimbledon.

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