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December 07, 1993

Baseball

Orioles -- Named Pete Mackanin manager of Double-A Bowie. Announced that John O'Donoghue will return as pitching coach and Mitch Bibb as trainer of Bowie.

Chicago White Sox -- Offered salary arbitration to free-agent OF Tim Raines.

Cincinnati Reds -- Declined to offer salary arbitration to 3B Chris Sabo, 2B Bip Roberts and P Jeff Reardon, all free agents. Rehired Pat Kelly as manager and Jim Knudtson as trainer of Double-A Chattanooga.

xTC Colorado Rockies -- Agreed to terms with 1B Andres Galarraga on a four-year contract.

Houston Astros -- Outrighted the contract of P Rick Huisman to Triple-A Tucson.

New York Mets -- Announced the retirement of Joe McShane, vice president of Single-A St. Lucie, effective Jan. 1. Announced St. Lucie general manager Ross Vecchio will take on added responsibilities as spring training coordinator for the Mets.

Basketball

NBA -- Named San Antonio C David Robinson Player of the Week.

Indiana Pacers -- Signed G Byron Scott. Placed C/F LaSalle Thompson on the injured list.

New York Knicks -- Placed F Charles Smith on the injured list with a knee injury. Activated F Eric Anderson from the injured list.

College

ACC -- Named Maryland C Bonnie Rimkus Player of the Week and Virginia F Konecka Drakeford Rookie of the Week.

Arizona -- Named Jim Livengood athletic director.

Auburn -- Promoted receivers coach Tommy Bowden to offensive coordinator.

Cincinnati -- Announced that football coach Tim Murphy has resigned to accept the same position at Harvard.

Clemson -- Named John Latina assistant football coach.

Furman -- Named Bobby Johnson head football coach.

Georgia -- Named Marion Campbell defensive coordinator. Reassigned defensive line coach Steve Greer to an administrative position.

Nevada Las Vegas -- Named Mark Weber assistant head football coach and Steve Hagen, Joe Saunders, Brian White, Tom Nordquist, Stan Eggen, Greg Lees, O'Neill Gilbert and Randy Stewart assistant coaches.

San Diego State -- Named Ed White, Tom Craft and Kennedy Pola assistant football coaches.

Football

Detroit Lions -- Fired offensive coordinator Dan Henning.

Green Bay Packers -- Waived TE Darryl Ingram.

New York Jets -- Placed DL Leonard Marshall on injured reserve.

Hockey

NHL -- Named Winnipeg LW Keith Tkachuk Player of the Week.

Anaheim Mighty Ducks -- Assigned D David Williams to IHL San Diego. Announced D Myles O'Connor has rejoined the team.

Dallas Stars -- Assigned G Troy Gamble to IHL Kalamazoo.

Florida Panthers -- Acquired D Geoff Smith from the Edmonton Oilers for third- and sixth-round choices in the 1994 draft.

Hartford Whalers -- Recalled C Igor Chibirev from AHL Springfield.

Montreal Canadiens -- Agreed to terms with RW Mike Keane on a three-year contract plus an option. Re-assigned RW Craig Ferguson to AHL Fredericton.

New Jersey Devils -- Recalled D Jason Smith from AHL Albany.

Ottawa Senators -- Assigned D Radek Hamr to AHL Prince Edward Island.

Vancouver Canucks -- Recalled C Mike Peca from OHL Ottawa under emergency recall conditions.

Winnipeg Jets -- Traded Defenseman Fredrik Olausson to the Edmonton Oilers for a 1994 draft choice.

Horse racing

Hambletonian Society -- Announced that the Breeders Crown, harness racing's year-end championship series, will be conducted at Freehold (N.J.) Raceway, Garden State Park in Cherry Hill, N.J., and the Ontario Jockey Club in 1994.

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