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March 12, 1994

Baseball

California Angels -- Assigned P Ron Watson, P Troy Percival, P John Fritz, P Bob Gamez, C Fausto Tejero and C Jose Monzon to their minor-league camp.

Cincinnati Reds -- Announced an extension of their player development contract with Double-A Chattanooga through 1996.

Cleveland Indians -- Assigned P Apolinar Garcia, P Ramser Correa, P Greg McCarthy, P Calvin Jones, C Craig Colbert, C Ryan Martindale, OF Greg Briley and OF Ken Ramos to minor-league camp.

New York Mets -- Signed 1B Pablo Duran to a minor-league contract.

New York Yankees -- Assigned 1B Tate Seefried to their minor-league camp.

Basketball

Los Angeles Lakers -- Extended the contract of coach Randy Pfund for one year through the 1995-96 season.

New Jersey Nets -- Named Kati Kaiser VP of ticket operations.

San Antonio Spurs -- Activated F Terry Cummings from the injured list. Placed G Chris Whitney on the injured list.

College

Eastern Washington -- Signed men's head basketball coach John Wade to a three-year contract.

Kentucky -- Suspended F Rodrick Rhodes from yesterday's Southeastern Conference tournament game for breaking an unspecified team rule.

Morehead State -- Announced that football coach Cole Proctor has been reassigned for the duration of his contract, which expires in December.

Nebraska-Omaha -- Announced the resignation of men's basketball coach Bob Hanson.

San Diego State -- Suspended OL Kyle Turley, OL Dan Nilsen, OL Matt Roe and OL Mark Roe from all football team activities and the use of football-related facilities for four to six weeks after they were arrested for investigation of conspiracy to commit battery and vandalism last weekend.

Football

Chicago Bears -- Signed FB Merril Hoge to a three-year contract.

Denver Broncos -- Signed WR Tim Brown to an offer sheet.

FTC Detroit Lions -- Re-signed WR Brett Perriman to a three-year contract.

Green Bay Packers -- Signed WR Mark Didio and LB Tony Barker.

Washington Redskins -- Signed TE Ethan Horton to a two-year contract.

Hamilton Tiger-Cats (CFL) -- Re-signed free-agent QB Todd Dillon.

Sacramento Gold Miners (CFL) -- Traded DB Walter Bailey to the Edmonton Eskimos for DB Doug Parrish.

Hockey

NHL -- Announced that C Peter Stastny has cleared waivers and is eligible to play with the St. Louis Blues today against the New York Islanders.

Mighty Ducks of Anaheim -- Assigned C Jarrod Skalde and D Scott Chartier to IHL San Diego.

Chicago Blackhawks -- Traded D Frantisek Kucera and RW Jocelyn Lemieux to the Hartford Whalers for D Gary Suter, LW Randy Cunneyworth and a draft choice. Traded C Troy Murray to the Ottawa Senators for future considerations.

New York Rangers -- Recalled D Mattias Norstrom from AHL Binghamton.

Horse racing

Aqueduct -- Stewards suspended trainer Patrick Reynolds 60 days because two of his horses flunked post-race drug tests last fall.

New York Racing and Wagering Board -- Agreed to allow Buffalo Raceway to take over the spring harness racing season from Batavia Downs, whose license to operate was suspended this week because of a contract dispute with horsemen.

Olympics

Atlanta Committee for the Olympic Games -- Named Richard Stogner deputy chief financial officer.

Soccer

NPSL -- Suspended and fined Wichita Wings F Chico Borja for one game for his conduct toward an official during Sunday's game; St. Louis Ambush G Jeff Robben for two games for unnecessary play during Sunday's game; and Dayton Dynamo F Brad Smith one game for his conduct during a game March 4.

Tennis

ATP Tour -- Named Larry Scott CEO and Michael Duff executive VP of the International Group, effective May 1.

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