BaseballChicago White Sox -- Claimed P Tim Fortugno off...

TRANSACTIONS

January 07, 1995

Baseball

Chicago White Sox -- Claimed P Tim Fortugno off waivers from the Cincinnati Reds.

Houston Astros -- Retained manager Rick Sweet and pitching coach Brent Strom of Triple-A Tucson.

Los Angeles Dodgers -- Announced that Mickey Hatcher will return as coach of Rookie-level Great Falls.

Basketball

Chicago Rockers (CBA) -- Announced the retirement of former NBA F Fred Roberts.

Frederick Flyers (Atlantic Basketball Association) -- Signed G Keith Carroll.

Colleges

Big West Conference -- Suspended New Mexico State C Crafton Ferguson for two games for elbowing UC Santa Barbara's Doug Muse.

Pigskin Classic -- Announced that Michigan will play host to the 1995 game.

Berea -- Named Craig Jefferson men's interim basketball coach and Kelly Combs men's assistant basketball coach.

UC-Irvine -- Suspended G Chris Brown from the men's basketball team for two games.

Mercer -- Announced that the women's basketball team will no longer be known as the Lady Bears or Teddy Bears, but as the Bears.

Notre Dame -- Junior WR Derrick Mayes announced that he will return for his senior year.

Ohio State -- Announced that OT Korey Stringer has declared himself eligible for the NFL draft. Announced that starting junior F Otis Winston dislocated his right shoulder in practice and is out indefinitely.

Stanford -- Named Dave Borbely offensive line coach.

Texas -- Announced that WR Lovell Pinkney has declared himself eligible for the NFL draft.

Football

Atlanta Falcons -- Announced that DE Chuck Smith had reconstructive surgery of the anterior cruciate ligament in his right knee. He will begin a seven-to-nine month rehabilitation program.

Carolina Panthers -- Signed OL Emerson Martin and ex-Washington Redskins OL Matt Elliott.

Green Bay Packers -- Placed S Ray Wilson on IR. Activated LB Bernard Carter.

Jacksonville Jaguars -- Signed TE Rich Griffith, DT Ray Hall and WR Willie Harris.

New York Jets -- The Associated Press announced that it erroneously reported Thursday that the team had fired 14 assistant coaches along with head coach Pete Carroll. The assistants were not fired.

Baltimore Sun Articles
|
|
|
Please note the green-lined linked article text has been applied commercially without any involvement from our newsroom editors, reporters or any other editorial staff.