BaseballChicago Cubs -- Activated P Mike Morgan from the...

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June 23, 1994

Baseball

Chicago Cubs -- Activated P Mike Morgan from the 15-day disabled list. Optioned P Turk Wendell to Triple-A Iowa.

Cleveland Indians -- Acquired OF J.T. Bruett from the Minnesota Twins for future considerations and assigned him to Triple-A Charlotte.

Detroit Tigers -- Named Jerry Don Gleaton general assignment scout.

New York Mets -- Signed OF Jay Payton and assigned him to Single-A Pittsfield.

Pittsburgh Pirates -- Signed P James Anderson and P CurrDeutsch and OF Leland McAfee.

Basketball

Atlanta Hawks -- Traded F Roy Hinson to the Milwaukee Bucks for F Ken Norman.

Hartford Hellcats (CBA) -- Named Paul Mokeski coach.

USA Basketball -- Named Washington Bullets team physician Dr. Stephen Haas and Chicago Bulls team physician Dr. John

Hefferon as team physicians for Dream Team II.

Colleges

Cleveland State -- Named Alice Khol associate athletic director and Julie Jones compliance coordinator.

Florida -- Named Gary Henderson and Steve Kling assistant baseball coaches.

St. John's -- Named Kelley Watts women's assistant basketball coach.

Salisbury State -- Named John Browning men's and women's tennis coach.

Slippery Rock -- Named Laura Williges women's basketball coach.

Football

Atlanta Falcons -- Agreed to terms with LB Clay Matthews on a one-year contract.

L Denver Broncos -- Signed G Bob Meeks to a two-year contract.

Green Bay Packers -- Announced they will not match the offer sheet made by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers for TE Jackie Harris.

Kansas City Chiefs -- Signed LB Bernardo Harris. Released G Bret Kwarta and DT Nick Ma'afala.

New York Jets -- Agreed to terms with K Nick Lowery on two-year contract.

Philadelphia Eagles -- Signed OL Rob Selby.

Seattle Seahawks -- Agreed to terms with LB Duane Bickett.

A5 Shreveport Pirates (CFL) -- Waived WR Mark Duper.

Hockey

Boston Bruins -- Signed free-agent D Alexei Kasatonov.

Soccer

American Professional Soccer League -- Announced the addition the Detroit Wheels starting in the 1995 season.

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