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September 10, 1993

Baseball

Major League Baseball -- Announced a six-year television agreement with ESPN and a six-year radio agreement with CBS.

Atlanta Braves -- Recalled IF Ramon Caraballo from Triple-A Richmond.

Montreal Expos -- Signed 3B Brad Fullmer.

USA Baseball -- Named Rich Alday manager and Chuck Anderson, Ed Cheff and Bob Todd assistant coaches.

Football

Cleveland Browns -- Announced that RB Kevin Mack has agreed to a contract.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers -- Signed TE Reggie Dwight to their developmental squad.

Basketball

6* New York Knicks -- Waived G Bo Kimble.

Colleges

Boston College -- Named Rick Boyages men's associate basketball coach.

Central Florida -- Named Chris Mowry men's assistant basketball coach.

Colgate -- Named Jim Sullivan graduate assistant basketball coach.

Rutgers -- Promoted volunteer men's assistant soccer coach Len Armuth to assistant coach.

Hockey

National Hockey League -- Named John M. Huston vice president and chief financial officer.

Edmonton Oilers -- Re-signed free agent D Geoff Smith to a one-year contract.

New York Rangers -- Acquired D Alexander Karpovstev from the Quebec Nordiques for D Mike Hurlburt. Signed RW Dimitri Starostenko.

Ottawa Senators -- Announced that LW Al Secord and D Greg Brown have signed professional tryout forms with the club.

Philadelphia Flyers -- Acquired D Stewart Malgunas from the Detroit Red Wings for future considerations.

Pittsburgh Penguins -- Signed LW Markus Naslund, their 1991 first-round draft pick.

Vancouver Canucks -- Signed D Dave Babych to a multi-year contract.

Washington Capitals -- Signed LW Dimitri Khristich, RW Alan May and RW Pay Elynuik to one-year contracts. C Mike Ridley also agreed to a contract with the salary subject to arbitration.

Tennis

United States Tennis Association -- Tom Gorman announced that he will step down as Davis Cup captain following the match against the Bahamas later this month.

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