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June 03, 1998

Baseball

Diamondbacks: Purchased contract of C Tom Wilson from Triple-A Tucson. Designated P Scott Brow for assignment.

Marlins: P Chris Hammond refused assignment to Triple-A Charlotte and chose to become free agent.

Orioles: Signed P Scott Taylor to minor-league contract.

Phillies: Signed former Orioles minor-league P Hut Smith and assigned him to Double-A Reading.

Tigers: Named Jim Price radio commentator to replace Lary Sorensen, who left organization.

Basketball

Camden (USBL): Activated F Reggie Welch (Coppin State).

New Hampshire (USBL): Placed C Randy Edney (Mount St. Mary's) on inactive list.

College

American Baseball Coaches Association: Named Louisiana State 1B Eddy Furniss winner of Dick Howser Award as nation's most outstanding player.

Coppin State: Announced that senior 1B Cecil Christwell, a computer science major with a 3.83 GPA, was named to GTE/College Sports Information Directors of America Academic All-America second team in university division.

Football

Bears: Released LB Bryan Cox.

Dolphins: Waived DT Raymond White.

Jets: Terminated contract of T David Williams.

Packers: Waived WR Delonte Perkins.

Panthers: Re-signed WR Rocket Ismail. Waived G Greg Skrepenak. Signed CB Michael Swift, who had been with Chargers last season.

Raiders: Signed RB Randy Jordan.

Rams: Waived LB Robert Jones.

Hockey

Avalanche: Named Bryan Trottier assistant coach and Mike Foligno coach of AHL Hershey.

Blackhawks: Acquired LW Colin Pepperall from Rangers for considerations and signed him to three-year contract. Signed D Andy Johnson, D Jeff Paul and C Geoff Peters to three-year contracts.

Kings: Signed unrestricted free-agent RW Russ Courtnall to one-year contract.

Lightning: Signed D Curtis Tipler.

Maple Leafs: Signed F Konstantin Kalmikov, third-round pick in 1996 draft.

Panthers: Signed D Chris Allen to three-year contract.

Pub Date: 6/03/98

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