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January 14, 1994

Auto racing Galles Racing International -- Announced that it has agreed mutually with Molson Breweries USA to end their IndyCar sponsorship agreement.


Orioles -- Signed P Rick Krivda (7-5, 3.08 ERA for Double-A Bowie and 3-0, 1.89 ERA for Rochester) and OF Jim Wawruck (.297, 44 RBI for Bowie) to one-year contracts.

California Angels -- Signed former Orioles P Craig Lefferts, who had been with the Texas Rangers, to a one-year contract.

Chicago White Sox -- Agreed to terms with P Scott Radinsky, IF Joey Cora, IF Ray Durham, IF Brandon Wilson and OF Allen Battle.

Cincinnati Reds -- Agreed to terms on one-year contracts with 1B Hal Morris and P Chuck McElroy.

Detroit Tigers -- Agreed to terms with OF Junior Felix on a minor-league contract and invited him to spring training. Invited IF-P Mike Christopher, C Javier Gonzalez and IF Jeff Kunkel to spring training.

Florida Marlins -- Invited P Willie Fraser, P Mark Gardner, P John Johnstone, P Terry Mathews, P Vic Darensbourg, P Yorkis Perez, C Steve Decker, C Charles Johnson, C Mitch Lyden, C John Roskos, C Ron Tingley, IF Mario Diaz, OF John Massarelli and OF Scott Pose to spring training as nonroster players.

Minnesota Twins -- Signed free-agent P Jim Deshaies, who had been with the San Francisco Giants, to a one-year contract.

New York Yankees -- Agreed to terms with OF Daryl Boston on a minor-league contract.

Philadelphia Phillies -- Agreed to terms with P Roger Mason on a one-year contract.

St. Louis Cardinals -- Agreed to terms with OF Bernard Gilkey on a one-year contract.

San Diego Padres -- Agreed to terms with P Gene Harris on a

one-year contract.

Texas Rangers -- Traded minor-league P Jeff Bronkey to the Milwaukee Brewers for minor-league P David Pike.


NBA -- Fined Harold Ellis of the Los Angeles Clippers $3,500 for flagrantly elbowing Eric Anderson of the New York Knicks.

NBA -- Named the following to play in the inaugural All-Rookie Game on Feb. 12: Chris Webber, Golden State; Jamal Mashburn, Dallas; Anfernee Hardaway, Orlando; Isaiah Rider, Minnesota; Shawn Bradley, Philadelphia; P. J. Brown, New Jersey; Sam Cassell, Houston; Calbert Cheaney, Washington; Antonio Davis, Indiana; Lindsey Hunter, Detroit; Popeye Jones, Dallas; Toni Kukoc, Chicago; Chris Mills, Cleveland; Dino Radja, Boston; Byron Russell, Utah; Nick Van Exel, L.A. Lakers; Bobby Hurley, Sacramento.

USBL -- Awarded Memphis, Tenn., an expansion franchise for the 1994 season.


NCAA -- Placed Wisconsin's wrestling program on two years' probation because athletes wrongly received expense money and coaches abused rules for evaluating recruits. Named following to the Committee on Financial Aid and Amateurism: Karen Johnson, Alfred University; R. Elaine Dreidame, Dayton; and Kay Don, CS-Dominguez Hills. Named Marono Casem, Southern University athletic director, consultant to the Special Events Committee.

Hermann Trophy -- Awarded to North Carolina's Mia Hamm in women's soccer and Virginia's Claudio Reyna in men's soccer.

Baylor -- Fired defensive coordinator Pete Fredenburg. Named Mike Bugar defensive line coach, Bob Cope defensive coordinator and Ken Rucker assistant head coach and running backs coach.

Fordham -- Named Fred Mariani offensive coordinator, Vincent Sinagra defensive coordinator, Bryan Durrington secondary coach, Jim Pisegna defensive line coach and Joe Tricario wide receivers/special teams coach.

Iona -- Named Tim Murray associate director of athletics.

Loyola (Chicago) -- Had a lawsuit filed against it by former women's basketball coach Marty Hawkins, who contends he was fired because he spoke out for gender equity in Loyola's athletic programs.

Northwestern -- Named Rick Taylor director of athletics.

Northwest Missouri State -- Named Jim Svoboda offensive coordinator, Scott Bostwick defensive coordinator and Bart Tatum defensive secondary coach.

Notre Dame -- Named Bob Davie defensive coordinator.


NFL -- Fined Los Angeles Raiders CB James Trapp $7,500 for flagrant misconduct in Sunday's wild-card playoff game against the Denver Broncos.

Los Angeles Rams -- Was ordered, along with the Los Angeles Raiders, by Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Edward M. Ross to arbitrate a decade-old dispute over the trade of an injured player, DB Pat Thomas.

New York Giants -- Placed DE Mike Strahan on IR with an ankle injury. Moved WR Eric Weir from the practice squad to the active roster.


NHL -- Suspended Calgary Flames LW Gary Roberts four games without pay and fined him $500 for two slashing incidents in a game against the Rangers on Jan. 5 and fined him an additional $500 for high sticking New York's Brian Leetch in the same game. Suspended St. Louis Blues D Rick Zombo, effectively immediately, pending a review of two separate incidents with NHL linesman Kevin Collins during a game against Dallas on Jan. 9.

IHL -- Awarded an expansion team for the 1994-95 season to a Houston group headed by Glenn Hart, Steve Patterson and Ray Patterson.

Rochester Americans (AHL) -- Recalled D Brad Pascall from ECHL South Carolina.


Continental Indoor Soccer League -- Awarded an expansion franchise to Detroit.

St. Louis Ambush -- Agreed to terms with Brian McBride and Shane Battelle.

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