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October 31, 2001

Baseball

Brewers: Named Ed Romero manager for Triple-A Indianapolis.

Phillies: Named Ron Oester roving minor-league infield coordinator; Gorman Heimueller pitching coach at Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre; Greg Legg manager and Rod Nichols pitching coach at Double-A Reading; and former Oriole Jeff Manto manager at Single-A Lakewood.

Royals: Named Bob Schaefer bench coach and John Mizerock bullpen coach.

Basketball

Grizzlies: Signed guard Michael Dickerson to a contract extension.

Nets: Signed F Reggie Slater. Placed F Brian Scalabrine on injured list with broken right foot.

Spurs: Waived G Gerald Brown. Placed F Mark Bryant, G Charles Smith on injured list.

College

Bowie State: Henry Frazier III was named CIAA Coach of the Week and Atcheson Conway was named CIAA Rookie of the Week in football.

Johns Hopkins: Field hockey players Ashley Robbins and Beth Pollock were selected to play in Division III North/South Senior All-Star Game.

Salisbury: F Matt Bowman was named Capital Athletic Conference men's soccer Player of the Week. M Melissa Webster was named Capital Athletic Conference's field hockey Player of the Week.

Towson: Liz Goubeaux was named America East Rookie of the Week and Andrea LaBlanc Setter of the Week in volleyball. Julie Lambi was named America East Rookie of the Week in field hockey.

Football

Bears: Waived DT Henry Taylor and LB Tim Johnson. Signed DB Eric Johnson.

Bengals: Signed LB Riall Johnson to three-year contract. Waived CB Kevin Kaesviharn.

Broncos: Waived TE Scot Osborne and WR Ricky Hall from practice squad.

49ers: Waived DE John Milem and LB Shane Elam. Waived T Mark Bristol from practice squad.

Lions: Waived T Aaron Gibson.

Redskins: Waived LB Anthony Sessions from IR.

Saints: Re-signed WR Wane McGarity. Waived WR Michael Lewis.

Vikings: Signed LB Antonio Wilson. Waived S Henry Jones.

Hockey

Maple Leafs: Signed holdout D Tomas Kaberle to multi-year contract reportedly worth $5 million for three years.

Manitoba (AHL): Announced retirement of G Eric Fichaud, first-round draft pick of NHL's Maple Leafs in 1994.

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