Auto racingIndy Racing League -- Named Jerome Hauer...

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September 17, 1994

Auto racing

Indy Racing League -- Named Jerome Hauer commissioner. The new series, which will be sanctioned entirely by U.S. Auto Club, is scheduled to begin in 1996.

Baseball

Boston Red Sox -- Announced a two-year working agreement with Trenton of the Double-A Eastern League.

Chicago White Sox -- Announced that minor-league OF Michael Jordan will report to their Florida instructional league team in Sarasota on Friday.Colorado Rockies -- Announced that P Darren Holmes will undergo surgery on his right elbow Monday and that OF Ellis Burks will have surgery on his left wrist Tuesday.

Florida Marlins -- Signed a four-year agreement with Charlotte of the Triple-A International League. Fired first base coach Vada Pinson, pitching coach Frank Reberger and bullpen coach Bob McClure. Retained third base coach Cookie Rojas. Named first base and outfield coach Rusty Kuntz and bullpen catcher Joe Breeden.

Oakland Athletics -- Announced layoffs of 17 of 71 front-office workers.

Pittsburgh Pirates -- Signed a four-year agreement with Lynchburg of the Single-A Carolina League. Announced a two-year agreement with Calgary of the Triple-A Pacific Coast League.

San Diego Padres -- Fired half their administrative staff, getting rid of 25 employees. Signed a two-year agreement with Las Vegas of the Triple-A Pacific Coast League.

New York Yankees -- Tony Kubek, 57, announced the end of his broadcasting career, which included 24 years with NBC, 13 with the Toronto Blue Jays and five with MSG Network.

Basketball

Chicago Bulls -- Signed G Ron Harper.

Dallas Mavericks -- Agreed to a four-year contract with G Tony Dumas, a first-round pick. Renounced their rights to C Greg Dreiling and G Tim Legler, both unrestricted free agents.

Phoenix Suns -- Signed F Wayman Tisdale (17.0 ppg, 6.9 rpg during nine NBA seasons) to a one-year contract. Received league approval on F Danny Manning's one-year contract.

Utah Jazz -- Traded F Tyrone Corbin and a 1995 second-round draft pick to the Atlanta Hawks for F Adam Keefe.

Colleges

Johns Hopkins -- Named Billy Daye assistant men's lacrosse coach.

Lewis & Clark -- Fired football coach Tom Smythe.

Louisiana Tech -- Named Jim Oakes AD.

L Princeton -- Named Jim Lyons assistant men's lacrosse coach.

Football

NFL -- Fined New York Jets LB Mo Lewis $7,500 for hitting Denver Broncos QB John Elway with a forearm in last Sunday's game.

Cincinnati Bengals -- Claimed CB Adrian Hardy and DE Artie Smith off waivers from the San Francisco 49ers. Waived DB Marcello Simmons and DB Forey Duckett.

Dallas Cowboys -- Signed DT Chad Hennings to a three-year contract extension that will pay him about $3 million, including this year's $312,500 salary.

Green Bay Packers -- Waived G Alai Kalaniuvalu, who had been claimed on waivers from the Washington Redskins on Sept. 9. Signed GTCharles Hope.

Washington Redskins -- Activated DB Sebastian Savage from the practice squad. Released WR Leslie Shephard.

Hockey

NHL -- Announced a three-year deal with the International Ice Hockey Federation, allowing for the participation of NHL players in the Winter Olympics.

Mighty Ducks of Anaheim -- Assigned G John Tanner, D Mark Ferner, D Jason Marshall, D Scott Chartier, LW Dean Ewen, LW Maxim Bets, RW Scott McKay, RW Brian Sullivan, RW Craig Reichert and C Jean-Francois Jomphe to IHL San Diego.

Hartford Whalers -- Signed D Marek Malik. Announced that C Jeff Neill, their first-round draft pick, has left camp.

Los Angeles Kings -- Assigned RW Barry Potomski to IHL Phoenix.

New York Islanders -- Assigned LW Jarrett Deuling to AHL Worcester.

Toronto Maple Leafs -- Signed C Mats Sundin to a five-year contract worth $11 million.

Soccer

Boca Juniors -- Argentina-based team named Diego Maradona an unpaid assistant.

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