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April 29, 1997

Baseball

National League: Named Jeff Bagwell of Houston Player of the Week.

Cardinals: Activated P Andy Benes from the 15-day DL. Optioned C Mike Difelice to Triple-A Louisville.

Mariners: Activated P Jamie Moyer from the 15-day DL. Optioned P Edwin Hurtado to Triple-A Tacoma.

Padres: Placed P Joey Hamilton on 15-day DL. Recalled P Marc Kroon from Triple-A Las Vegas.

Basketball

NBA: Fined Timberwolves F Sam Mitchell $10,000 and Rockets F/C Kevin Willis $7,500 for actions in Saturday's game.

USA Basketball: Named Anne Donovan and Regina Miller assistants for Women's World Championship Qualifying Team.

Long Island Surf (USBL): Signed G Lloyd Daniels.

College

Clemson: Announced women's basketball coach Jim Davis will remain at the school.

Duke: Named David Henderson men's assistant basketball coach.

South Carolina: Named Susan Walvius women's basketball coach.

Tennessee: Named Eric Pauley men's assistant basketball coach.

Football

Bears: Announced resignation of Rod Graves, director of player personnel.

Broncos: Agreed to terms with free-agent CB Darrien Gordon, who had been with Chargers.

49ers: Signed WR Na'il Benjamin, DE Marty Cotwright, K Ryan Longwell, WR Michael McDaniel, RB Shon Mitchell, P Tucker Phillips, DE Carlos Thorton and WR Rashsaan Vanterpool.

Giants: Signed CB Kory Blackwell, FB Matt Calhoun, C Derek Engler, DE Harold Gragg, K-P Eric Lane, S James Johnson, S Typail McMullen, T Dave Rilatt,WR Brian Roberson, WR John Washington and DB Marc Williams.

Jaguars: Re-signed DE Paul Frase.

Jets: Signed S Latish Kinsler.

Redskins: Signed QB Brad Otton and LB Malcolm Hamilton.

Alouettes (CFL): Signed RB Mike Pringle to a two-year contract.

Track and field

USA Track & Field: Suspended shot putter Brent Noon for four years for after testing positive for an illegal drug.

Pub Date: 4/29/97

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