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June 29, 1994


Major League Baseball -- Suspended New York Mets P Dwight Gooden for 60 days without pay for violating his drug after-care program.

Orioles -- Promoted P Jimmy Haynes from Double-A Bowie to Triple-A Rochester. Signed P Todd Larocca, a 1994 draft pick.

Florida Marlins -- Recalled C/IF Greg O'Halloran from Double-A Portland. Optioned P Kurt Miller to Triple-A Edmonton.

Milwaukee Brewers -- Activated P Angel Miranda from the 60-day DL. Optioned P Mike Ignasiak to Triple-A New Orleans. Moved OF Darryl Hamilton from the 15-day DL to the 60-day DL.

Minnesota Twins -- Placed SS Pat Meares on the 15-day DL. Recalled SS Denny Hocking from Triple-A Salt Lake. Signed P Travis Miller, a 1994 draft pick.

Philadelphia Phillies -- Optioned P Mike Williams to Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre. Placed C Darren Daulton on the 15-day DL. Recalled C Mike Liberthal from Scranton/Wilkes-Barre.

San Diego Padres -- Activated P Doug Brocail from the DL. Designated P A. J. Sager for assignment with outright waivers. Activated OF Melvin Nieves.

Toronto Blue Jays -- Signed P John Glover and 2B Michael Starnge. 1994 draft picks. Sent P Danny Cox to Rookie League Dunedin for a 30-day rehabilitation assignment.


Boston Celtics -- Signed G Dee Brown to a multi-year contract extension.

Chicago Bulls -- Named Jimmy Rodgers assistant coach.

Golden State Warriors -- Announced that F Chris Webber has exercised the option on his contract, making him a restricted free agent.

New Jersey Nets -- Named Butch Beard coach.

Philadelphia 76ers -- Announced that F Clarence Weatherspoon has exercised the option on his contract, making him a restricted free agent.


Brigham Young -- Named Lynn Archibald men's assistant basketball coach.

College of Charleston -- Announced the resignation of Brendan Magee, men's assistant basketball coach.

Creighton -- Named Bruce Rasmussen athletic director.

Florida -- Signed football coach Steve Spurrier to a two-year contract extension through 2000. Named Becky Burleigh women's soccer coach.

Pittsburgh -- Named Candy Young and Mark Schwartz men's and women's assistant track and field coaches and Joanne Warner graduate assistant track and field coach.

Rider -- Announced the resignation of Leslie Hagan, field hockey and softball coach.

Southern Cal -- Named Ron Allice men's and women's track coach.

Vanderbilt -- Named Geoff MacDonald women's tennis coach.


Green Bay Packers -- Signed FB Dexter McNabb and LB Keo Coleman.

Miami Dolphins -- Announced that the sale of the Robbie family's remaining 85 percent interest in the club as well as their 50 percent share in Joe Robbie Stadium to H. Wayne Huizenga had been finalized.

Philadelphia Eagles -- Signed DT Bruce Walker to three one-year contracts and S Michael Zordich to a two-year contract.


NHL -- Approved the sale of the Hartford Whalers to Compuware Corp. principals Peter Karmanos Jr., Thomas Thewes and Jim Rutherford.

Hartford Whalers -- Named Paul Holmgren coach and Jim Rutherford chief operating officer, president and general manager.

Quebec Nordiques -- Traded C Ron Sutter and a first-round pick (ninth overall) in yesterday's NHL draft to the New York Islanders for D Uwe Krupp and a first-round pick (12th).

Toronto Maple Leafs -- Traded C Wendel Clark, D Sylvain Lefebvre, RW Landon Wilson and and a first-round pick (22nd) to the Quebec Nordiques for C Mats Sundin, D Garth Butcher, F Todd Warriner and a first-round pick (10th). Acquired C Mike Ridley and a first-round pick (16th) from the Washington Capitals for a first-round pick (10th).

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