Auto racingNASCAR -- Fined driver Michael Waltrip $10,000...

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June 20, 1995

Auto racing

NASCAR -- Fined driver Michael Waltrip $10,000 for punching driver Lake Speed after Sunday's Miller Genuine Draft 400.

Baseball

Atlanta Braves -- Assigned OF Brian Kowitz (Boys' Latin) to Triple-A Richmond. Sold IF Hector Roa from Richmond farm club to the Mexican League.

Orioles -- Recalled C Greg Zaun from Triple-A Rochester. Waived C Matt Nokes for the purpose of giving him his unconditional release.

New York Mets -- Signed P Lindsay Gulin, P Phillip Olson, P Preston Ballew, P Casey Patterson and OF Brandon Black.

New York Yankees -- Agreed to terms with OF Darryl Strawberry on a one-year contract.

Pittsburgh Pirates -- Activated C Don Slaught from the 15-day DL. Sent C Angelo Encarnacion to Triple-A Calgary.

San Francisco Giants -- Placed P Mark Dewey on the 15-day DL with a rib cage injury. Recalled P Enrique Burgos from Triple-A Phoenix.

Basketball

Boston Celtics -- Named M. L. Carr coach.

Vancouver Grizzlies -- Named Brian Winters coach.

Bowling

Pro Bowlers Association -- Announced Mike Connor will remain as consultant when his contract as commissioner expires Dec. 31. Named Mark Gerberich executive director, effective Jan. 1.

Football

Buffalo Bills -- Signed RB Darick Holmes.

Kansas City Chiefs -- Signed RB James Saxon to three one-year contracts.

New York Jets -- Signed CB Vaughn Bryant, PK Don Silvestri and DE Alan Young.

Baltimore (CFL) -- Released WR Brian Oliver.

Toronto Argonauts (CFL) -- Added LB Brett Collins to the roster and activated OL Bob Kronenberg from the suspended list.

Hockey

Chicago Blackhawks -- Announced the resignation of Darryl Sutter, coach. Announced that Sutter will remain a special assistant to the general manager.

Tampa Bay Lightning -- Signed D Roman Hamrlik.

Tennis

ATP Tour -- Fined Boris Becker $20,000 for derogatory comments made about Thomas Muster of Austria at the Monte Carlo Open in April.

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