BaseballOrioles -- Placed P Sid Fernandez on the 15-day...

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June 08, 1995

Baseball

Orioles -- Placed P Sid Fernandez on the 15-day DL. Recalled P Scott Klingenbeck from Triple-A Rochester. Signed two draft picks: P Timothy Olszewski and OF Johnny Isom.

Chicago White Sox -- Placed DH John Kruk hitter, on the 15-day DL, retroactive to June 3. Recalled OF Lyle Mouton from Triple-A Nashville.

Cincinnati Reds -- Activated OF Eric Anthony from the 15-day DL. Optioned IF Eric Owens to Triple-A Indianapolis.

Minnesota Twins -- Sent P Mo Sanford to Triple-A Salt Lake City. Purchased the contract of P Mike Trombley from Salt Lake City.

Montreal Expos -- Agreed to terms with OF Moises Alou on a one-year contract.

New York Yankees -- Agreed to terms with P John Wetteland on a one-year contract.

Seattle Mariners -- Placed OF Jay Buhner on the 15-day DL, retroactive to June 6. Placed IF Luis Sojo on the 15-day DL. Recalled 1B Greg Pirkl and SS Alex Rodriguez from Triple-A Tacoma.

Toronto Blue Jays -- Signed P Ryan Cisar to a minor-league contract.

Basketball

Boston Celtics -- Extended the contract of Jan Volk, executive vice president and general manager. Promoted Stuart Layne to executive vice president, marketing and sales.

College

Atlantic Coast Conference -- Fined basketball coaches Rick Barnes of Clemson and Dean Smith of North Carolina $2,500 each for their heated argument during the ACC tournament. The coaches will contribute the money to local charities of their choice.

Centennial Conference -- Elected Gettysburg president Dr. Gordon A. Haaland executive chairman. Named Washington College president Dr. John S. Toll and Swarthmore president Alfred H. Bloom to the executive committee, and Bryn Mawr assistant athletic director Lisa Boyle chairman of the administrative delegates.

Ohio Valley Conference -- Announced the addition of Eastern Illinois beginning in the 1996-97 season.

Southwest Conference -- Promoted Kyle Kallander, assistant commissioner, to commissioner, effective July 1. Named Bo Carter assistant commissioner, and Coley Jordan assistant commissioner for championships and compliance.

Duke -- Named Tim O'Toole men's assistant basketball coach.

Northeast Louisiana -- Named Tyke Tolbert tight ends coach.

Northern Iowa -- Named Jonathan Cox men's assistant basketball coach.

Saint Leo -- Named Jan S. Bennett men's assistant basketball coach.

South Carolina State -- Extended the contract of Willie Jeffries, football coach, for three years.

Texas-San Antonio -- Named Jeremy Cox and Tony Stubblefield men's assistant basketball coaches and Derek Zeck men's restricted-earnings basketball coach.

William Smith -- Named Susan Bassett director of athletics.

Western Maryland -- DH Jenny Stewart (3.86 grade-point average) was selected to the GTE Academic All-America College Division softball first team.

Football

Denver Broncos -- Signed OL Ralph Tamm.

Green Bay Packers -- Signed WR Charlie Simmons.

Indianapolis Colts -- Re-signed DT Tony McCoy to a four-year contract.

Jacksonville Jaguars -- Signed RB Le'Shai Maston, C Mark Tucker, LB Keith Goganious and CB Al Jackson. Waived WR Brett Bech, WR Matt Hall, LB Ben Meinert and LB Andy Mason.

Kansas City Chiefs -- Agreed to terms with LB Troy Dumas on a three-year contract.

New York Jets -- Named Bob Schmitz and Joey Clinkscales scouts.

4 San Francisco 49ers -- Signed WR Curtis Shearer.

Hockey

American Hockey League -- Awarded a franchise to Greensboro, N.C., to be named the Carolina Monarchs and to begin play in the 1995-96 season as an affiliate of the Florida Panthers.

Anaheim Mighty Ducks -- Signed C/RW Shaun Van Allen to a three-year contract.

Buffalo Sabres -- Sold the Rochester Americans of the American Hockey League to a group of investors led by team president Steve Donner.

Hartford Whalers -- Strength and conditioning coach Doug McKenney resigned.

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