BaseballAtlanta Braves -- Named Matt West manager and Rick...

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October 13, 1993

Baseball

Atlanta Braves -- Named Matt West manager and Rick Albert and Bill Slack coaches of Durham of the Carolina League and Leon Roberts manager and Glenn Hubbard of Macon of the South Atlantic League.

Chicago Cubs -- Waived C Steve Lake for the purpose of giving him his unconditional release.

Montreal Expos -- Traded P Jeff Hostetler to the California Angels for 1B Jeff Kipila.

Basketball

Philadelphia 76ers -- Waived F Sidney Green.

Miami Heat -- Signed free agent C Manute Bol.

Colleges

Ball State -- Announced the resignation of Dick Hunsaker, men's basketball coach. Announced F Steve Payne is ineligible to play basketball because of NCAA rules violations.

Football

Atlanta Falcons -- Traded RB Eric Dickerson to the Green Bay Packers for RB John Stephens, and traded CB Bruce Pickens to Green Bay for an undisclosed draft pick.

Cincinnati Bengals -- Waived WR Reggie Rembert.

Dallas Cowboys -- Waived S Robert Williams.

Green Bay Packers -- Waived OT Tunch Ilkin.

Philadelphia Eagles -- Placed LB Ken Rose (broken leg) on injured reserve and activated QB Preston Jones from the practice squad. Also signed LB Marc Woodard and placed him on thepractice squad.

Washington Redskins -- Signed DE Keith Willis. Waived WR Jim Riggs.

Cleveland Thunderbolts (Arena Football) -- Named Earle Bruce coach. Bruce was hired by one of his former Ohio State players, Thunderbolts general manager Jeff Kuczek.

Hockey

NHL -- Fined the Calgary Flames and Vancouver Canucks $25,000 each for a between-periods fight in a preseason game on Sept. 27.

Los Angeles Kings -- Signed F Tony Granato to a two-year contract with one option year.

New York Islanders -- Assigned F Brent Grieve to Salt Lake (IHL).

New York Rangers -- Claimed RW Jim Hiller off waivers from the Detroit Red Wings.

Tennis

U.S. Davis Cup Team -- Named Tom Gullikson captain.

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