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November 14, 1997

Baseball

Major League Baseball: Arizona Diamondbacks won coin toss and will make second and third selections in expansion draft Tuesday. Tampa Bay Devil Rays will get first and fourth choices. Arizona will have all odd-numbered picks rest of draft.

Basketball

Magic: Promoted Stephen Giles to scouting coordinator.

Nets: Placed G Lucious Harris (broken bone in his right hand) on injured list. Activated F Jack Haley from injured list.

WNBA: Signed F Cindy Brown.

College

Big South: Named UMBC junior outside hitter Lisa Cline volleyball Player of the Year, UMBC's Megan McNamara to first team and teammate Lanne Baker to second team.

Western Maryland: Will induct following into Sports Hall of Fame tomorrow: the late Susan Beeler, who introduced women's lacrosse at Towson High in 1965; former Green Terror HB-FB Hank Corrado of Bermuda; three-sport star Leo Lathroum (Southern-Baltimore); field hockey and tennis player Karen Merkle (Glenelg) of Westminster; the late Steve Wilson, a high hurdles All-American.

Football

NFL: Named following Players of the Week: AFC offensive, Seahawks QB Warren Moon; NFC offensive Packers WR Antonio Freeman (Poly); AFC defensive, Jaguars DE Jeff Lageman; NFC defensive, 49ers DT Dana Stubblefield; AFC special teams, Broncos PR Darrien Gordon; NFC special teams, Buccaneers LB Shelton Quarles.

Chiefs: Signed CB Byron Capers and WR Anthony Rodgers to practice squad. Waived S Vann Washington from practice squad.

Eagles: Claimed CB Randy Kinder off waivers from Packers.

Hockey

Hurricanes: Recalled D Nolan Pratt from AHL New Haven.

Penguins: Assigned D Sven Butenschon to AHL Syracuse.

Red Wings: Assigned RW Alexandre Jacques to ECHL Toledo.

Pub Date: 11/14/97

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