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July 07, 1995

Baseball

The Baseball Network -- Announced the resignation of Dave Alworth, vice president of broadcasting and production.

Arizona Diamondbacks -- Named Don Mitchell director of scouting.

Orioles -- Called up P Rick Krivda from Triple-A Rochester.

Boston Red Sox -- Placed P Vaughn Eshelman on the 15-day DL. Recalled P Brian Bark from Triple-A Pawtucket.

Chicago Cubs -- Released 3B Steve Buechele.

Florida Marlins -- Extended their player development contract with Double-A Portland through the 1998 season.

New York Mets -- Placed 2B Jeff Kent on the 15-day DL. Called up OF Ricky Otero from Triple-A Norfolk.

Pittsburgh Pirates -- Placed P Paul Wagner on the 15-day DL, retroactive to July 3. Recalled P Ramon Morel from Single-A Lynchburg.

San Diego Padres -- Purchased the contract of OF Billy Bean from Triple-A Las Vegas.

Seattle Mariners -- Activated C Chad Kreuter from the 15-day DL. Sent P Dave Fleming outright to Triple-A Tacoma.

Basketball

Golden State Warriors -- Andy Dolich, president and chief operating officer, resigned.

New York Knicks -- Named Don Nelson coach.

Vancouver Grizzlies -- Named Jim Powell assistant coach, basketball operations, and Noah E. Groom assistant general manager and legal counsel, basketball operations.

College

Central Connecticut State -- Named Charles Jones director of athletics.

Drexel -- Named Kevin Murphy women's basketball coach.

Fairfield -- Named Tom Masella football coach.

Oakland -- Named Jack Mehl director of athletics.

Purdue -- Signed Gene Keady, men's basketball coach, to a seven-year contract.

Football

Indianapolis Colts -- Re-signed DL Freddie Joe Nunn.

New England Patriots -- Waived WR David Andrews.

New York Giants -- Signed G Rob Zatechka and CB James Williams.

4 Pittsburgh Steelers -- Signed DT William Lofton.

San Diego Chargers -- Signed QB Craig Whelihan to a two-year contract.

Hockey

NHL -- Named Guido Tognoni managing director, Europe.

St. Louis Blues -- Announced the resignation of Ted Sator, associate coach.

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