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March 16, 1994


Atlanta Braves -- Placed OF Ron Gant on waivers for the purpose of giving him his unconditional release.

Boston Red Sox -- Released P Scott Taylor.

California Angels -- Reassigned C Mike Fitzgerald and OF Garret Anderson to their minor-league camp.

Cleveland Indians -- Sent P John Carter, P Carlos Crawford, P Alan Embree and P Kevin Logsdon to their minor-league camp for reassignment. Agreed to terms with P Mark Clark on a two-year contract.

Colorado Rockies -- Released IF-OF Jack Daugherty.

Detroit Tigers -- Placed P Tom Bolton and P Mark Leiter on waivers for the purpose of giving them their unconditional releases.

Houston Astros -- Optioned P Jim Dougherty and P Alvin Mormon to Triple-A Tucson; optioned P Kevin Gallagher, OF Chris Hatcher, OF Gary Mota and OF Jimmy White to Double-A Jackson; sent P Jim Bruske and P Donne Wall to their minor-league camp for reassignment.

Los Angeles Dodgers -- Sent OF Billy Ashley, C Jerry Brooks, IF Mike Busch, IF Eddie Pye, IF Ron Coomer, P Ben VanRyn, P Todd Williams and P Jose Parra to Triple-A Albuquerque. Sent IF Garey Ingram, IF Henry Blanco and P Felix Rodriguez to Double-A San Antonio.

Minnesota Twins -- Optioned P Ron Caridad and P Jose Correa and OF Marty Cordova to their minor-league camp for reassignment.

New York Mets -- Released OF Doug Dascenzo. Sent P Juan Castillo, P Pete Walker, C Brooks Fordyce, IF Alan Zinter, IF Quilvio Veras, IF Butch Huskey, IF Pablo Martinez and OF Pat Howell to their minor-league camp for reassignment.

Oakland Athletics -- Sent P Scott Baker, P Curtis Shaw, P Tanyon Sturtze, P Benji Grigsby, P Joe Slusarski, P John Wasdin, C Izzy Molina, C Dean Borrelli, OF Scott Lydy and OF Ernie Young to their minor-league camp.

San Francisco Giants -- Sent P Dan Carlson, P Bill Van Landingham, P Chris Hancock and P Joe Rosselli to their minor-league camp for reassignment.

Toronto Blue Jays -- Sent P Dennis Gray and P Lee Daniels to their minor-league camp for reassignment.


Boston Celtics -- Signed G Tony Harris to a second 10-day contract.

Chicago Bulls -- Placed C Will Perdue on the injured list. Activated C Bill Cartwright from the injured list.

New York Knicks -- Placed G John Starks on the injured list. Activated F Eric Anderson from the injured list.


Atlantic 10 -- Announced that Xavier, Ohio, has accepted an invitation to join the conference beginning with the 1995-96 basketball season.

Big Eight -- Named Robyn Sharp assistant commissioner.

Auburn -- Announced the resignation of Tommy Joe Eagles, men's basketball coach.

Central Michigan -- Promoted Herb Deromedi, football coach, to athletic director.

Loyola, Ill. -- Announced the resignation of Will Rey, men's basketball coach.

Pittsburgh -- Promoted Charlie Coe, running backs coach, to assistant head coach, and Ken Karcher, quarterbacks coach and passing coordinator, to offensive coordinator.


Cincinnati Bengals -- Signed S Louis Oliver to a two-year contract. Claimed LB John Brantley off waivers from the Washington Redskins.

Los Angeles Rams -- Presented free-agent OT Kevin Donnalley xTC with a $4.1 million offer sheet.

Los Angeles Raiders -- Signed free-agent CB Albert Lewis.

New England Patriots -- Signed LB Mike Kerr.

New York Jets -- Released NT Scott Mersereau and CB-PR Clifford Hicks.

Washington Redskins -- Released DE Charles Mann.

Toronto Argonauts (CFL) -- Named John Peterson director of player personnel and assistant to the general manager; signed free-agent G Michael Jovanovich.


Dallas Stars -- Sent C Dave Barr to Kalamazoo of the International Hockey League.

Edmonton Oilers -- Traded D Dave Manson and a sixth-round pick in the 1994 draft to the Winnipeg Jets for C Mats Lindgren, D Boris Mironov and first- and fourth-round picks in the 1994 draft.

New York Rangers -- Sent G Corey Hirsch to Binghamton of the American Hockey League.

Ottawa Senators -- Signed C Dan Quinn.

Philadelphia Flyers -- Signed D Chris Therien to a four-year contract and assigned him to AHL Hershey.


US Rowing -- Named Claus Wolter national lightweight women's sweep coach.

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