Auto racing NASCAR: Fined crew chief Kip McCord...

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June 11, 1999

Auto racing

NASCAR: Fined crew chief Kip McCord $2,500 for using altered fuel in the MBNA Platinum 200 on June 5.

Baseball

Angels: Assigned SS Gary DiSarcina to Double-A Erie.

Braves: Agreed to terms with P Matt Butler, SS Patrick Manning, OF Sean Zumwalt, P Andrew Brown, P Brett Evert, P Bryan Cetani, P Benjamin Kozlowski, C Kevin Green, P Thomas Curtiss, SS Stephen Rasmussen, C Bryce Terveen, C Alva Thompson, P John Foster, P Shanin Veronie, C Jeffrey Rodriguez, CF Joseph Francisco, 3B Steven Fiore, C Shaun Argento, SS Ian Calais, OF Mike Celli, OF Nick Crocker, P Matt Gawer and C Raymond Serrano.

Twins: Activated SS Cristian Guzman from 15-day DL; optioned IF Cleatus Davidson to Double-A New Britain.

Expos: Claimed OF Scott Hunter off waivers from Mets.

Pirates: Optioned P Marc Wilkins to Triple-A Nashville; purchased the contract ofP Greg Hansell from Nashville; moved SS Pat Meares from 15-day to 60-day DL.

Twins: Activated SS Cristian Guzman from the 15-day DL. Optioned IF Cleatus Davidson to Double-A New Britain.

Yankees: Signed SS Seth Taylor and assigned him to Single-A Staten Island.

Basketball

NBA: Fined Mavericks and Kings $25,000 each for providing expense-paid trips to their players, violating salary cap rules and other provisions of the collective bargaining agreement.

Washington D.C. Congressionals (USBL): Signed and activated F Marquis Melton.

College

Fordham: Announced men's basketball coach Nick Macarchuk has left to take a similar position at Stony Brook.

Wofford: Hired Steve Traylor as baseball coach.

Football

Jaguars: Signed LB Anthony Hicks.

Hockey

Hurricanes: Announced a three-year affiliation with IHL Cincinnati Cyclones.

Senators: Announced an affiliation agreement with IHL Grand Rapids.

Olympics

Pan Am Games: Named Marcel Lachemann pitching coach for the U.S. baseball team.

Pub Date: 6/11/99

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