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January 18, 1995

Baseball

Atlanta Braves -- Revised ticket policies to offer full refunds and rebates of up to 50 percent for 1995 games played without a collective-bargaining agreement. Fans will have two homestands to decide whether they want to keep their tickets for the rest of the season. The club also will issue a rebate of up to 50 percent on each full-price season ticket or individual game ticket for any strike-affected games that are played.

Colorado Rockies -- Named Keli McGregor VP of operations.

Philadelphia Phillies -- Announced that they will cut their ticket prices for the first 20 home games, regardless of whether the strike is settled. Box seats that had sold for $14 and $12 will be reduced to $9 and $7. Other reserved seats will be dropped from $9 to $6. General admission seats for adults will go from $5 to $4 and, for children buying on game day, from $3 to $2.

San Diego Padres -- Named Jim Dreyer area supervisor for the state of Texas.

Basketball

Utah Jazz -- Placed C Felton Spencer (torn left Achilles' tendon) on the injured list. Signed C James Donaldson to a 10-day contract.

College

ECAC -- Named Navy freshman Michael Heary Rookie of the Week; he is the first player other than Georgetown G Allen Iverson and Colgate C Adonal Foyle to win the award.

MAAC -- Named Loyola freshman G John McDonald men's basketball Rookie of the Week.

Catawba -- Named Marc Kirkpatrick assistant football coach.

Vanderbilt -- Named Ron Aikmen assistant football coach.

Football

NFL -- Named San Diego Chargers QB Stan Humphries and San Francisco 49ers CB Eric Davis Offensive and Defensive Players of the Week, respectively, and 49ers K Doug Brien Special Teams Player of the Week.

Buffalo Bills -- Named Wade Phillips defensive coordinator.

Houston Oilers -- Named Jerry Rhome offensive coordinator and Rod Perry defensive backs coach.

Minnesota Vikings -- Named John Levra defensive line coach and Foge Fazio inside linebackers coach.

Harness racing

Harness Tracks of America -- Named Dave Magee the top driver in North America.

Football

NFL -- Named Otto Graham, Ray Nitschke, Joe Greene and Gale Sayers to participate in the Super Bowl coin toss.

Green Bay Packers -- Signed a long-term extension with WTMJ Radio.

Jacksonville Jaguars -- Named Lucious Selmon outside linebackers coach.

Los Angeles Rams -- Reached an agreement to move the franchise to St. Louis, pending NFL approval. Named Stan Kroenke a minority owner.New York Jets -- Retained running backs coach Johnny Roland.

Shreveport Pirates (CFL) -- Named Joe Womack player personnel director.

Hockey

NHL -- Announced that Quebec Nordiques LW Chris Simon is eligible to play in the season opener Saturday after serving a five-game suspension for high-sticking.

Mighty Ducks of Anaheim -- Recalled RW David Sacco from IHL San Diego.

St. Louis Blues -- Recalled G Geoff Sarjeant from IHL Peoria.

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