Baseball Orioles -- Purchased the contract of P Anthony...


June 29, 1993

Baseball Orioles -- Purchased the contract of P Anthony Telford from Triple-A Rochester. Optioned P John O'Donoghue to Rochester.

Chicago Cubs -- Activated IF Steve Buechele from the 15-day DL. Optioned IF Tommy Shields to Triple-A Iowa.

Chicago White Sox -- Waived C Carlton Fisk. Recalled P Rod Bolton from Triple-A Nashville.

Cincinnati Reds -- Announced that P Steve Foster will be placed on the 15-day DL, effective today, and that the club will purchase the contract of P Jerry Spradlin from Triple-A Indianapolis, effective today.

New York Yankees -- Placed C Matt Nokes on the 15-day DL, retroactive to June 21, due to lower back pain. Recalled OF Gerald Williams from Triple-A Columbus. Fired Mike Hart as manager of Double-A Albany-Colonie and replaced him with Bill Evers, who had been managing Single-A Greensboro. Promoted Gary Dembo from coach to manager of Greensboro. Named Rob Thomson coach of Greensboro.

Philadelphia Phillies -- Reinstated 3B Dave Hollins from the DL. Optioned IF Joe Millette to Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes Barre.

Seattle Mariners -- Placed P Rich DeLucia on the 15-day DL with a strained right shoulder. Recalled P Mike Hampton from Double-A Jacksonville.


New Jersey Nets -- Signed F P. J. Brown to a three-year contract.


Sun Belt Conference -- Extended the contract of commissioner Greg Thompson through June 30, 1996.

Fordham -- Announced the resignation of John Fitzpatrick, men's assistant basketball coach, to accept a similar position at Wichita State.

Kansas State -- Named Max Urick AD.

Pennsylvania -- Promoted Tina Costello to women's full-time assistant basketball coach.


New Jersey Devils -- Named Jacques Lemaire coach.

Washington Capitals -- Released D Rod Langway.


International Tennis Federation -- Fined Jim Courier of the United States $1,500 and Wally Masur of Australia $750 for audible obscenities during a match at Wimbledon.

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