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July 27, 1993

Baseball

Orioles -- Signed second-round draft pick SS David Lamb.

Kansas City Royals -- Signed P Jeff Granger and assigned him to Single-A Eugene.

Milwaukee Brewers -- Optioned C Joe Kmak to Triple-A New Orleans. Called up P Rafael Novoa from New Orleans.

Pittsburgh Pirates -- Recalled P Mark Petkovsek from Triple-A Buffalo.

San Diego Padres -- Traded P Bruce Hurst and P Greg Harris to the Colorado Rockies for C Brad Ausmus, P Doug Bochtler and a player to be identified later.

Texas Rangers -- Optioned OF Butch Davis to Triple-A Oklahoma City. Recalled OF Donald Harris from Oklahoma City.

Colleges

NCAA -- Announced the Big Ten Conference will lose $75,000 in grant money due to a conference policy that allowed seven members to award more scholarships than permitted under NCAA rules.

Florida Southern -- Named Mike Madagan men's full-time assistant basketball coach.

Morgan State -- Named Rudy Hughes defensive coordinator for the football team.

North Carolina State -- Named Wes Moore women's assistant basketball coach.

Robert Morris -- Named Joe Walton football coach.

Tennessee -- Named Dan Colella women's swimming and diving coach.

Football

Indianapolis Colts -- Signed DB Ray Buchanan. Waived DB Derriel McCorvey.

Los Angeles Raiders -- Signed WR Sam Graddy.

New England Patriots -- Waived P Pumpy Tudors.

New Orleans Saints -- Agreed to terms with PK Morten Andersen on a four-year contract. Waived CB J. J. Eldridge and WR Anthony Cowins.

New York Giants -- Signed DE Michael Strahan. Activated LB Pepper Johnson from the failed-to-report list. Waived TE Marcus Pope. Placed PK Ken Willis on the waived-injured list.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers -- Signed DL Rhett Hall and RB Butch Hadnot. Waived DB Garry Lewis and P Scot McAlister.

Washington Redskins -- Waived LB Kurt Loertscher, LB Boone Powell, DT Ralph Orta and C Randall Parsons.

Hockey

NHL -- Invalidated an offer sheet given to Edmonton Oilers LW Craig Simpson by the San Jose Sharks.

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