BaseballAL: White Sox manager Terry Bevington and Royals...

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June 28, 1996

Baseball

AL: White Sox manager Terry Bevington and Royals manager Bob Boone will be All-Star coaches, joining Indians coaches Toby Harrah, Mark Wiley, Jeff Newman and Dan Williams.

NL: Dodgers manager Tom Lasorda and Phillies manager Jim Fregosi will be All-Star coaches, joining Braves coaches Ned Yost, Pat Corrales, Leo Mazzone and Jimy Williams.

Angels: Signed OF Vince Coleman and P Paul Swingle to minor-league contracts.

Brewers: Added P Kevin Wickander to 40-man roster; activated him from Triple-A New Orleans. Designated P Brian Givens for assignment.

Indians: Activated IF Scott Leius from 15-day DL. Optioned P Alan Embree to Triple-A Buffalo.

Red Sox: Activated former Orioles IF Jeff Manto from 15-day DL. Optioned IF Bill Selby to Triple-A Pawtucket.

Rockies: Claimed OF Milt Thompson off waivers from Dodgers.

Basketball

Trail Blazers: Traded considerations to Kings for draft rights to F Jason Sasser, selected 31st overall from Texas Tech.

College

Patriot League: Named Navy senior track athlete and economics major Patty Restrepo (Ashton) to winter/spring academic honor roll.

Colorado: Re-signed football coach Rick Neuheisel to one-year, $450,000 contract.

Football

NFL: Named Bill Futterer president of Cleveland Browns Trust, which will coordinate business and marketing activities for expected return to NFL in 1999.

Bengals: Signed TE Demetrius Davis.

Chargers: Signed S Rodney Harrison.

Jets: Signed DE Brent Williams.

Raiders: Signed RB Wes Bender and LB Scott Radecic.

Hockey

Islanders: Signed D Bryan Berard, top overall pick in 1995 draft, to three-year contract.

Penguins: Signed GM Craig Patrick to five-year extension and coach Eddie Johnston to multi-year extension.

Team Canada: Named Andy Murray coach.

Pub Date: 6/28/96

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