BaseballOrioles -- Placed P Sid Fernandez on the 15-day...

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June 28, 1994

Baseball

Orioles -- Placed P Sid Fernandez on the 15-day DL, retroactive to June 19. Recalled P Arthur Rhodes from Triple-A Rochester.

Boston Red Sox -- Released P Greg Harris. Recalled P CorBailey from Triple-A Pawtucket. Signed OF Rawlin Goodwin.

Cleveland Indians -- Placed P Paul Shuey on the 15-day DL. Recalled P Chad Ogea from Triple-A Charlotte.

Houston Astros -- Recalled OF Brian Hunter from Triple-A Tucson. Sent OF Mike Simms to Tucson.

Los Angeles Dodgers -- Optioned SS Jose Offerman to Triple-A Albuquerque. Recalled SS Rafael Bornigal from Albuquerque.

Texas Rangers -- Sent P Roger Pavlik to Triple-A Oklahoma City for a rehabilitation assignment. Called up P Brian Bohanon from Oklahoma City. Signed P John Mitchell to a minor-league contract with Oklahoma City.

Basketball

Los Angeles Lakers -- Announced Magic Johnson has purchased part interest in the team and was named vice president.

C7 San Antonio Spurs -- Named R. C. Buford as a scout.

College

North Atlantic Conference -- Named Gib Chapman president, Rick Farnham vice president and Edgar Johnson and Barbara Kilgour directors-at-large.

DePaul -- Named Lance Irvin full-time men's basketball assistant coach.

Nevada -- Named Curt Kraft women's cross-country and track coach and Joel Shangle assistant sports information director.

Rutgers -- Named Pat Jordan women's golf coach.

Football

Los Angeles Raiders -- Signed LB Steve Hendrickson.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers -- Waived S Joe King and G Bruce Reimers.

Sacramento Gold Miners (CFL) -- Signed WR Fred Banks.

Toronto Argonauts (CFL) -- Re-signed RB Mike Clemons to a two-year contract with an option year.

Hockey

Los Angeles Kings -- Named John Perpich assistant coach.

Pittsburgh Penguins -- Signed D Kjell Samuelsson.

Vancouver Canucks -- Signed LW Shawn Antoski.

Washington Capitals -- Extended the contract of coach Jim Schoenfeld through the 1996-97 season. Signed assistant coaches Keith Allain and Tod Button to two-year contracts.

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