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July 01, 1998

Baseball

International League (Triple-A): Named Rochester P Terry Burrows Pitcher of Week.

Astros: Signed P Brad Lidge, first-round pick.

Blue Jays: Activated C Kevin Brown off 15-day DL. Designated P Luis Andujar for assignment.

Braves: Signed OF Andy Tomberlin to minor-league contract.

Brewers: Signed P Bob Wickman to three-year contract extension.

Mariners: Activated OF Raul Ibanez; optioned him to Triple-A Tacoma. Designated OF David McCarty for assignment.

Pirates: Purchased contract of C-OF Steve Bieser from Triple-A Nashville.

Basketball

Celtics: Exercised option on G-F Bruce Bowen's contract. Declined to exercise contract option on G Tyus Edney, making him free agent.

Nets: Named Bobby Marks director of basketball administration.

College

NCAA: Division II Student-Athlete Reinstatement Committee reinstated F Taj McDavid, making him first high school player to declare for NBA draft and have amateur status restored; he'll play at Anderson College in South Carolina.

Cincinnati: Sophomore G John Carson will not return to men's basketball team.

Georgia Tech: Announced that starting G Travis Spivey will not return for 1998-98 basketball season.

Louisville: Reassigned assistant basketball coach Scooter McCray to special assistant to the athletic director. Named Vince Taylor assistant coach.

Football

Eagles: Signed TE Chad Lewis to one-year contract.

Bengals: Waived P Bill Kushner.

Jaguars: Signed free-agent DT Ed Philion.

Patriots: Signed DT Leonta Rheams, fourth-round draft pick.

Hockey

Coyotes: Acquired C Mike Sullivan from Predators for 1999 seventh-round pick.

L Lightning: Re-signed RW Alex Selivanov to two-year contract.

Predators: Signed C Jim Dowd.

Rangers: Acquired D Peter Popovic from Canadiens for LW Sylvain Blouin and 1999 sixth-round pick.

Senators: Named Rick Dudley GM.

Pub Date: 7/01/98

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