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October 29, 1994

Baseball

Free agency -- Philadelphia Phillies P Larry Andersen, Phillies P Norm Charlton, New York Yankees P Rob Murphy, Texas Rangers P Tom Henke, Rangers SS Manuel Lee, Kansas City Royals 3B Gary Gaetti, Seattle Mariners OF Jay Buhner and Detroit Tigers DH Kirk Gibson filed. Boston Red Sox C Damon Berryhill will file if the Red Sox don't exercise his 1995 option by Tuesday. The only other eligible player who hasn't filed is Minnesota Twins 1B Kent Hrbek, who has decided he wants to be placed on the voluntary retired list.

Player Relations Committee -- Told Yankees C Mike Stanley it will reject his free agency filing. Stanley's agent, Jim Bronner, contends that the club exercised his contract option too early. The window in the deal was tied to the World Series, which wasn't played.

Atlanta Braves -- Signed IF Rafael Belliard to $1.1 million, two-year contract and P Steve Bedrosian to a $750,000, one-year deal.

Chicago Cubs -- Announced that assistant trainer Brett Fischer will not be offered a contract for the 1995 season.

Cleveland Indians -- Exercised their $1.8 million option on P Charles Nagy (10-8, 3.45 ERA).

Los Angeles Dodgers -- Signed P Shawn Holman to a minor-league contract.

Montreal Expos -- Agreed to terms with batting coach Tommy Harper on a one-year contract.

New York Yankees -- Agreed to terms with OF Paul O'Neill on a four-year contract.

Texas Rangers -- Named Bucky Dent dugout coach and Ed Napoleon first base coach. Appointed Perry Hill minor-league infield instructor.

Basketball

Los Angeles Clippers -- Announced that C Stanley Roberts underwent successful surgery to repair his ruptured left Achilles' tendon and is expected to be out for the season.

Miami Heat -- Announced that C Rony Seikaly is out with tendinitis in his left knee.

Colleges

Baylor -- President Herbert Reynolds announced that he is reviewing Darrel Johnson's status as men's basketball coach. The NCAA enforcement staff is reviewing a Southwest Conference report accusing Johnson's program of rules violations in 28 areas.

California -- Announced that QB Pat Barnes (bruised nerve in shoulder) won't start against No. 22 Washington State today and is unlikely to play at all. Reserve Kerry McGonigal will start.

Florida State -- Announced that freshman basketball player Avery Curry is expected back at practice Monday after a procedure by a cardiologist to treat a rapid heartbeat. Curry is competing for the starting point guard job.

Gonzaga -- Promoted Dan Monson to associate head men's basketball coach.

North Carolina -- Named Jenny Slingluff women's lacrosse coach.

Southern Cal -- Announced that senior basketball F Tremayne Anchrum, a two-year starter, had surgery to repair a torn ligament in his right knee and will miss the season.

Wilmington (Ohio) College -- Suspended 40 players from the football team for the rest of the season for violating the school's policy on alcohol consumption. The Division III team, which is 1-6, was left with 14 players, and will not play today's game.

Football

Chicago Bears -- Waived CB Keshon Johnson. Signed LB Darwin Ireland from the practice squad to the active roster.

Green Bay Packers -- Announced the retirement of WR Ron Lewis. Signed WR Keith Crawford.

Los Angeles Rams -- Announced that QB Chris Miller had to leave practice early Thursday because of problems related to the concussion he suffered Sunday.

Lacrosse

Thunder (MILL) -- Obtained M Rob Shek (Towson State) from the Philadelphia Wings for a first-round draft pick.

Soccer

Bays (USISL) -- Signed G Dave Tenney and D Bill Harte.

Toronto Rockets (APSL) -- Announced the resignation of GM-coach Hector Marinaro.

Track and field

British national team -- Banned national shot put champion Paul Edwards, 35, for four years after the confirmation of a second positive test for steroids.

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