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June 30, 1999

Baseball

Major League Baseball: Named following umpires for All-Star Game on July 13: Jim Evans (AL), home plate; Terry Tata (NL), first base; Dale Ford (AL), second base; Angel Hernandez (NL), third base; Mark Johnson (AL) left-field line; and Larry Vanover (NL), right-field line.

Expos: Activated OF Rondell White from 15-day DL. Optioned 1B Brad Fullmer to Triple-A Ottawa.

Indians: Designated former Orioles IF Jeff Manto for assignment.

Padres: Optioned 2B David Newhan to Triple-A Las Vegas.

Rockies: Transferred 2B Mike Lansing from 15-day to 60-day DL. Purchased contract of OF Jeff Barry from Triple-A Colorado Springs.

Royals: Signed P Mike McDougal, chosen 25th overall in amateur draft.

Tigers: Recalled IF Jason Wood from Triple-A Toledo.

Twins: Activated P Eddie Guardado from 15-day DL. Optioned P Gary Rath to Triple-A Salt Lake.

Albany-Colonie (Independent): Former major-league P Dane Johnson retired.

New Jersey (Independent): Placed P Mark Lemke (sore rib cage), former major-league infielder, on 7-day DL.

College

David Lipscomb: Named Scott Sanderson basketball coach.

Keene State: Named Rob Colbert men's basketball coach.

La Salle: Promoted James Phillips to assistant men's basketball coach.

Mansfield: Named Laurie Bruce women's basketball coach.

Missouri: Released C Nyah Jones from his basketball scholarship.

St. Louis: Basketball G Ricky Cranford will transfer to another school.

Towson: Named Kate Sweeney assistant trainer.

Football

Jets: Signed starting DT Jason Ferguson, exclusive-rights free agent.

Saints: Waived P Mark Royals.

Hockey

Lightning: Re-signed G Kevin Hodson to two-year contract.

Mighty Ducks: Agreed to one-year contracts with LW Ted Donato and C Torrey DiRoberto.

Cycling

International Cycling Union: Ordered organizers of Tour de France to readmit French rider Richard Virenque, who had been barred because of allegations of doping.

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