Auto racingHoosier Racing Tire -- Announced it will return...

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November 14, 1993

Auto racing

Hoosier Racing Tire -- Announced it will return to NASCAR's Winston Cup series in 1994 with radial tires.

Baseball

Boston Red Sox -- Announced that 1B Mo Vaughn won the Thomas A. Yawkey Memorial Award as the team's most valuable player for 1993.

San Francisco Giants -- Re-signed 2B Robby Thompson to a three-year contract.

Basketball

NBA -- Suspended Detroit Pistons C Bill Laimbeer for one game without pay and fined him $5,000 for flagrantly fouling the Utah Jazz's Karl Malone on Friday night.

Colleges

Kentucky -- Named Sandy Bell director of NCAA compliance.

Football

Houston Oilers -- Signed P Kent Sullivan. Waived WR Leonard Harris.

Hockey

Hartford Whalers -- Traded D Martin Hamrlik to the St. Louis Blues for future considerations. Reassigned G Mike Lenarduzzi to AHL Springfield.

Tri-City Americans (WHL) -- Announced the resignation of coach and general manager Bob McCammon.

Soccer

European Cup -- Suspended Manchester United F Eric Cantona four games for insulting the referee after a Nov. 3 game at Istanbul.

Surfing

Association of Surfing Professionals -- Signed a contract that establishes the first women's pro surfing tour on the East Coast: eight events that will run in conjunction with the eight men's events already scheduled for 1994, beginning with the March 25-26 contest in Daytona Beach, Fla.

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