Auto racingPatrick Racing -- Announced that Jim McGee will...


September 24, 1994

Auto racing

Patrick Racing -- Announced that Jim McGee will return as GM.


Atlanta Braves -- Named Scott Nethery scout and Roy Clark Southeast scouting supervisor.

Orioles -- Exercised their options on P Mark Eichhorn and P Jamie Moyer for the 1995 season. Announced a two-year working agreement with High Desert of the Single-A California League.

Cleveland Indians -- Fired eight full-time employees and laid off seven others, leaving the team with a full-time front-office staff of 93.

Florida Marlins -- Announced the following seven players will play winter ball: OF Chuck Carr, P Brian Drahman and former Orioles P Richie Lewis in the Dominican League and OF Carl Everett, OF Nigel Wilson, C Bob Natal and P Rich Scheid in the Puerto Rican League.

Los Angeles Dodgers -- Extended the contract of manager Tom Lasorda through 1995.


Indiana Pacers -- Agreed to terms with G Damon Bailey, a second-round pick.

Los Angeles Lakers -- Acquired F Cedric Ceballos from the Phoenix Suns for a first-round pick in 1995, 1996 or 1997. Agreed to terms with Ceballos. Named Al Bianchi a full-time scout; announced that former Washington Bullets G Frank Johnson will join the team's community relations department.


St. Mary's, California -- Suspended junior QB Coleman "Coley" Connelly indefinitely pending the outcome of a burglary charge.

Southern Cal -- Announced that RB Delon Washington will be held out indefinitely until questions about his eligibility have been resolved.


Cincinnati Bengals -- Fined RB Harold Green for missing two days of practice without approval.

CFLs -- Added WR Robert Jackson and WR Willie Harris. Waived WR Joe Horn off the practice roster.


Vancouver Canucks -- Assigned G Mike Fountain to AHL Syracuse.

E9 Utica Blizzard (CHL) -- Signed female G Erin Whitten.


Spirit (NPSL) -- Traded D Eric Dade and future considerations to the Kansas City Attack for M Jon Parry.

Harrisburg Heat (NPSL) -- Signed M Brian Marshall and M Danny Kelly to multi-year contracts.

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