BaseballCommissioner's Office -- Announced that Sal...

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October 31, 1993

Baseball

Commissioner's Office -- Announced that Sal Artiaga has resigned as president of the Arizona Fall League. Promoted Steve Cobb, marketing director, to vice president of the AFL and announced he will assume full responsibility of all aspects of the league. Named Spec Richardson AFL consultant for the remainder of the season.

Detroit Tigers -- Named Tom Runnells manager of Trenton of the Eastern League; Dwight Lowry manager of Bristol of the Appalachian League; and Larry Parrish minor-league hitting instructor.

Basketball

Miami Heat -- Released G Kurk Lee (Towson State) and F Mark Randall.

Colleges

K? Kean -- Named Nate Webber men's associate basketball coach.

Football

Los Angeles Raiders -- Activated RB Randy Jordan from the practice squad. Placed RB Nick Bell on the inactive list.

Hockey

CHL -- Suspended Tulsa Oilers' Tom Karalis and Mike McWilliams for four games each, a day after a 10-minute brawl that involved fans and forced an early end of a game against the Wichita Thunder. Tulsa coach Garry Unger and Wichita general manager Bill Shuck were each fined. A league-record 265 penalty minutes were handed out before the fight began in the closing minutes.

Florida Panthers -- Recalled C Patrick Lebeau from Cincinnati of the International Hockey League.

Pittsburgh Penguins -- Recalled D Greg Brown from San Diego of the International Hockey League.

Vancouver Canucks -- Signed LW Sergio Momesso to a multi-year contract.

Soccer

Milwaukee Rampage (USISL) -- Named Boro Sucevic coach and GM; Pat Clemens business manager and director of marketing; and Mike Tarczewski chief of game-day operations. Signed F Joey Kirk, M Michael Collins, M Scott Kreitmeir, D Kris Kelderman and D Tag Gambatese.

Cleveland Crunch -- Signed M Shawn Medved, F Bob Markovski and D Manny Oudin to one-year contracts.

Track and field

USA Track & Field -- Announced the reinstatements of shot putter Dustin Carlson and decathlete Nathan Boyd after three-month suspensions for testing positive for banned substances.

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