BaseballNational League -- Named Montreal Expos OF Moises...


July 13, 1993


National League -- Named Montreal Expos OF Moises Alou, who drove in 11 runs, Player of the Week for July 5-11. Alou set an obscure major-league record for "most hits, all home runs, consecutive games" with six homers and no other hits in four games (July 6-9). He scored nine runs and had a slugging average of 1.074.

Cincinnati Reds -- Traded P Steve Carter to the Houston Astros for 1B-OF Jack Daugherty. Optioned OF Keith Gordon to Double-A Chattanooga.

Colorado Rockies -- Optioned P Marcus Moore to Triple-A Colorado Springs. Recalled IF Roberto Mejia from Colorado Springs.

Montreal Expos -- Signed P Nathan Brown and P Jayson Durocher.

Pittsburgh Pirates -- Optioned OF Will Pennyfeather to Triple-A Buffalo. Recalled OF Scott Bullett (brother of former Terps basketball player Vicky Bullett) from Buffalo.


Cleveland Cavaliers -- Named Richie Adubato and Ron Rothstein assistant coaches.

Los Angeles Lakers -- Signed G-F Doug Christie to a multi-year contract.

Washington Bullets -- Signed F Calbert Cheaney to a six-year contract. Signed G Doug Overton to a three-year contract.


Trans America Athletic Conference -- Announced that Florida Atlantic become a full member of the conference, effective Sept. 1.

Duquesne -- Extended the contract of AD Brian Colleary through June 1996.

North Carolina -- Announced that sophomore QB Terry Harvey has decided to stay and give up a chance to pitch for the New York Yankees, who selected him in the 18th round.

St. Peter's -- Named Robert Abraham, Dave Baran and Lou Paradiso assistant football coaches.

South Florida -- Named Lee Roy Selmon associate AD for external affairs.

Texas Southern -- AD W. Curtis Williams resigned, citing an undescribed internal audit of the athletic department that "identified some negative infractions."


Denver Broncos -- Signed PK Jason Elam. Extended the contract of WR Arthur Marshall.

Detroit Lions -- Re-signed free-agent LB Victor Jones.

Los Angeles Rams -- Signed four draft choices: RB Russell White, DB Deral Boykin, P Jeff Buffaloe and DT Maa Tanuvasa.

Miami Dolphins -- Signed T Chris Gray. Waived DT Tim Cromartie.

New York Giants -- Signed WR Stephen Baker and OL Brian Williams.

Philadelphia Eagles -- Named Dr. Joseph Torg team physician, replacing Dr. Vincent DiStefano who will remain as a consultant.

Phoenix Cardinals -- Claimed DB Ryan Peery off waivers from the San Francisco 49ers.

San Francisco 49ers -- Signed DB Adrian Hardy, their second-round pick out of Northwestern State.


British Open -- Tom Weiskopf has withdrawn because of business commitments.


Florida Panthers -- Signed G Pokey Reddick.

Mighty Ducks of Anaheim -- Named Blynn DeNiro head trainer.

New York Islanders -- Signed G Milan Hnilicka.

Philadelphia Flyers -- Announced that broadcaster Gene Hart will handle television play-by-play after five years on the radio side. Gary Dornhoefer will handle TV commentary.

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