Baseball Major League Baseball -- Named Jon D. Litner VP...

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October 20, 1993

Baseball Major League Baseball -- Named Jon D. Litner VP of business affairs for The Baseball Network.

Cleveland Indians -- Announced a 10-year agreement with Winter Haven, Fla., to be the club's spring training home.

L St. Louis Cardinals -- Named Jose Cardenal first-base coach.

Basketball

Boston Celtics -- Waived G Rodney Monroe (St. Maria Goretti), G Lamont Strothers and G Brian Oliver.

Philadelphia 76ers -- F Sidney Green, cut last week, announced his retirement.

Utah Jazz -- Signed F Karl Malone to a two-year contract extension through 1999-2000.

Colleges

Ohio University -- Extended the contract of Larry Hunter, men's basketball coach, through the 1996-97 season.

Football

NFL -- Commissioner Paul Tagliabue reduced a fine against New England Patriots CB Corwin Brown from $3,500 to $1,000.

Chicago Bears -- Acquired RB Tim Worley from the Pittsburgh Steelers for a conditional draft choice in 1994 and 1995. Waived RB Darren Lewis.

Green Bay Packers -- Signed RB Kevin Williams off the Denver Broncos' practice squad.

Minnesota Vikings -- Signed OT Rory Graves. Waived CB Izel Jenkins. Added DB David Wilson to the practice squad. Waived G Tracy Boyd from the practice squad.

New York Giants -- Placed DT George Thornton on the reserve-non-football illness list.

Phoenix Cardinals -- Rehired RB Eric Blount and waived DB Dexter Davis.

San Francisco 49ers -- Signed LB Larry Kelm. Waived OT Jason Childs.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers -- Announced that the NFL has taken under advisement a ruling on whether to approve a trade of OT Paul Gruber to the Los Angeles Raiders. Terms of the trade were agreed upon by the two teams, but the NFL must review all the conditions of the trade.

Hockey

NHL -- Announced that Hartford, Conn., has been selected as the site for the June 28-29, 1994, entry draft.

Tampa Bay Lightning -- Signed F Danton Cole.

Washington Capitals -- Assigned G Rick Tabaracci to AHL Portland.

Soccer

Spirit -- Waived M Roberto Ascenzi. Announced that M Terry Locklear will not be offered a contract.

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