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By From Staff Reports | August 13, 1994
The Hamilton Tiger-Cats fired coach John Gregory yesterday, two days after they dropped to 1-5 with a 30-15 loss to the Baltimore CFLs. Gregory, 55, was replaced by defensive coordinator Don Sutherin.
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April 16, 1999
BaseballBlue Jays: Signed 2B Pat Kelly. Placed IF Craig Grebeck on 15-day DL. Announced P Eric Ludwick has cleared waivers and will be offered back to Marlins.Devil Rays: Placed P Wilson Alvarez on 15-day DL, retroactive to April 11, with inflamed left shoulder. Recalled P Bryan Rekar from Triple-A Durham.Expos: Recalled P Shayne Bennett from Triple-A Ottawa.Marlins: Received cash consideration from Rangers as compensation for former Orioles C Gregg Zaun.Pirates: Placed P Francisco Cordova on 15-day DL.CollegesCollege Football Hall of Fame: Florida A&M HB Willie Galimore; North Dakota LB Jim LeClair; Northern Illinois QB George Bork; Centre (Ky.)
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July 5, 1995
BaseballOrioles -- Announced that Lee MacPhail, assistant for player development, resigned, effective July 15.Chicago White Sox -- Agreed to terms with OF Brian Simmons.Cincinnati Reds -- Activated C Benito Santiago from the 15-day DL. Sent former Orioles IF Craig Worthington outright to Triple-A Indianapolis.Toronto Blue Jays -- Placed C Randy Knorr on the 15-day DL. Activated P Darren Hall from the 15-day DL.FootballBaltimore (CFL) -- Waived RE Jock Jones. Signed RE Malcolm Goodwin. Released LB Greg Tucker, then signed him to the practice roster.
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October 20, 1998
BaseballAstros: Named John Tamargo bullpen coach; offered contracts for 1999 to coaches Jose Cruz, Mike Cubbage, Matt Galante, Tom McCraw and Vern Ruhle.Blue Jays: Announced Eddie Rodriguez will not return as third base coach.Phillies: Agreed to terms on two-year contract with IF Alex Arias.BasketballQuad City Thunder (CBA): Traded F Matt Steigenga to Rockford Lightning for G Jeff Grayer.CollegesCentennial Conference: Named Johns Hopkins sophomore Sarah Parola (4 goals, 1 assist) women's soccer Player of the Week.
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April 22, 1995
Baseball(See Page 9C)BasketballNew York Knicks -- Placed G Derek Harper on the injured list with a sore left ankle/shin. Activated G Charlie Ward from the injured list.CollegeBig South Conference -- UMBC 3B Jen Jewell, UMBC OF Amy Wolff and Towson State C Lori DiMaggio were named first-team all-conference softball players. Towson P-DH Jen Weaver was on the second team.Mercy -- Announced the resignation of men's basketball coach Mike Young.Minot -- Named Sheila Green women's basketball coach.
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October 20, 1998
BaseballAstros: Named John Tamargo bullpen coach; offered contracts for 1999 to coaches Jose Cruz, Mike Cubbage, Matt Galante, Tom McCraw and Vern Ruhle.Blue Jays: Announced Eddie Rodriguez will not return as third base coach.Phillies: Agreed to terms on two-year contract with IF Alex Arias.BasketballQuad City Thunder (CBA): Traded F Matt Steigenga to Rockford Lightning for G Jeff Grayer.CollegesCentennial Conference: Named Johns Hopkins sophomore Sarah Parola (4 goals, 1 assist) women's soccer Player of the Week.
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June 21, 1994
Baseball New York Mets -- Placed 1B David Segui on the 15-day disabled list. Recalled 1B Rico Brogna from Triple-A Norfolk. Signed P Kevin Manley and C Daniel Engle and assigned them to the Gulf Coast League (Rookie) Mets.Philadelphia Phillies -- Placed P Larry Andersen on the 15-day DL. Recalled P Toby Borland from Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre.Basketball Miami Tropics (USBL) -- Signed F Evers Burns (Maryland) and G Clarence Thompson. Activated Burns and placed Thompson on the taxi squad.
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February 18, 1994
BaseballOrioles -- Agreed to terms with C Jeff Tackett on a one-year contract.Chicago Cubs -- Agreed to terms on one-year contracts with OF Karl Rhodes, IF Tommy Shields, P Matt Franco and P Blaise Ilsey.Cleveland Indians -- Agreed to terms with OF Greg Briley on a minor-league contract.Oakland Athletics -- Agreed to terms with IF Dickie Thon on a minor-league contract.BasketballWashington Bullets -- Placed F Kenny Walker on the injured list. Signed F Ron Anderson to a 10-day contract.CollegeAkron -- Named Michael Bobinski AD.Baylor -- Announced it received a letter of intent from RB Jerod Douglas of San Antonio, one of the nation's most-sought-after recruits.
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April 16, 1999
BaseballBlue Jays: Signed 2B Pat Kelly. Placed IF Craig Grebeck on 15-day DL. Announced P Eric Ludwick has cleared waivers and will be offered back to Marlins.Devil Rays: Placed P Wilson Alvarez on 15-day DL, retroactive to April 11, with inflamed left shoulder. Recalled P Bryan Rekar from Triple-A Durham.Expos: Recalled P Shayne Bennett from Triple-A Ottawa.Marlins: Received cash consideration from Rangers as compensation for former Orioles C Gregg Zaun.Pirates: Placed P Francisco Cordova on 15-day DL.CollegesCollege Football Hall of Fame: Florida A&M HB Willie Galimore; North Dakota LB Jim LeClair; Northern Illinois QB George Bork; Centre (Ky.)
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May 24, 1995
BaseballAmerican League -- Suspended Toronto Blue Jays 2B Roberto Alomar for two games for overly aggressive behavior and throwing equipment during and after a game against Texas on May 17; the suspension is delayed pending an appeal by Alomar.Atlanta Braves -- Released 1B-C Francisco Cabrera from his contract with Triple-A Richmond.Kansas City Royals -- Signed P Kevin Appier to a one-year contract and avoided salary arbitration.Los Angeles Dodgers -- Traded OF Henry Rodriguez and IF Jeff '' Treadway to the Montreal Expos for OF Roberto Kelly and P Joey Eischen; designated the contract of C Noe Munoz for assignment; optioned P Felix Rodriguez to Triple-A Albuquerque; purchased the contract of IF-OF Rick Parker from Albuquerque.
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September 27, 1995
BaseballNational League: Upheld the eight-game suspension of Cincinnati Reds P Xavier Hernandez for intentionally throwing at a batter, fighting and instigating a bench-clearing incident Sept. 5 vs. Houston.Tampa Bay Devil Rays: Named Bill Livesey director of player personnel.Toronto Blue Jays: Named Herb Raybourn director of Latin America operations.BasketballAtlanta Hawks: Signed F Alan Henderson to a three-year contract. Signed F Cuonzo Martin to a one-year contract.Boston Celtics: Signed F Junior Burrough to a three-year contract.
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July 5, 1995
BaseballOrioles -- Announced that Lee MacPhail, assistant for player development, resigned, effective July 15.Chicago White Sox -- Agreed to terms with OF Brian Simmons.Cincinnati Reds -- Activated C Benito Santiago from the 15-day DL. Sent former Orioles IF Craig Worthington outright to Triple-A Indianapolis.Toronto Blue Jays -- Placed C Randy Knorr on the 15-day DL. Activated P Darren Hall from the 15-day DL.FootballBaltimore (CFL) -- Waived RE Jock Jones. Signed RE Malcolm Goodwin. Released LB Greg Tucker, then signed him to the practice roster.
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June 26, 1995
BaseballOrioles -- Placed P Gene Harris and 3B Jeff Manto on the 15-day DL. Purchased the contracts of P John DeSilva and IF Jeff Huson from Triple-A Rochester.Chicago White Sox -- Signed OF Ryan Topham.Milwaukee Brewers -- Placed 1B John Jaha on the 15-day DL.FootballSt. Louis Rams -- Named Gary Bender and Jack Snow to the radio broadcast team.Baltimore (CFL) -- Released S Michael Brooks, LB Malcolm Goodwin, S Jaime Mendez, DB Mike Jones, DB James Bullock, DT Jeff Cooke, WR Jeff Johnson, SB Chris Beatty, FB William Pollard and OL Marc Borrelli.
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May 24, 1995
BaseballAmerican League -- Suspended Toronto Blue Jays 2B Roberto Alomar for two games for overly aggressive behavior and throwing equipment during and after a game against Texas on May 17; the suspension is delayed pending an appeal by Alomar.Atlanta Braves -- Released 1B-C Francisco Cabrera from his contract with Triple-A Richmond.Kansas City Royals -- Signed P Kevin Appier to a one-year contract and avoided salary arbitration.Los Angeles Dodgers -- Traded OF Henry Rodriguez and IF Jeff '' Treadway to the Montreal Expos for OF Roberto Kelly and P Joey Eischen; designated the contract of C Noe Munoz for assignment; optioned P Felix Rodriguez to Triple-A Albuquerque; purchased the contract of IF-OF Rick Parker from Albuquerque.
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April 28, 1995
BaseballAtlanta Braves -- Agreed to terms with P Kent Mercker on a one-year contract.Chicago White Sox -- Assigned P Rob Dibble to Double-A Birmingham. Sent Al P Levine from Triple-A Nashville to Birmingham. Sent P Jason Watkins from Birmingham to Single-A Prince William.Los Angeles Dodgers -- Placed 3B Tim Wallach on the DL, retroactive to April 22, with a bulging disk in his lower back. Transferred P Rick Gorecki from the 15- to the 60-day DL. Purchased the contract of C Noe Munoz from Triple-A Albuquerque.
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April 25, 1995
Baseball(See Page 4C)BasketballNBA -- Named Utah Jazz F Karl Malone (30.5 points, 12.5 rebounds, 5.0 assists) Player of the Week.USA Basketball -- Named Lenny Wilkens, Atlanta Hawks coach, as coach of the 1996 U.S. Olympic men's basketball team.CollegeCarquest Bowl -- Announced that Carquest Corp. renewed its title sponsorship for three years.Conference USA -- Announced it will begin basketball competition this year. The new 12-school league will include Alabama-Birmingham, Cincinnati, DePaul, Marquette, Memphis, Saint Louis, Louisville, North Carolina-Charlotte, Southern Mississippi, South Florida and Tulane.
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September 27, 1995
BaseballNational League: Upheld the eight-game suspension of Cincinnati Reds P Xavier Hernandez for intentionally throwing at a batter, fighting and instigating a bench-clearing incident Sept. 5 vs. Houston.Tampa Bay Devil Rays: Named Bill Livesey director of player personnel.Toronto Blue Jays: Named Herb Raybourn director of Latin America operations.BasketballAtlanta Hawks: Signed F Alan Henderson to a three-year contract. Signed F Cuonzo Martin to a one-year contract.Boston Celtics: Signed F Junior Burrough to a three-year contract.
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September 30, 1994
BaseballMajor League Baseball -- Acting commissioner Bud Selig named an operations committee to explore ways to proceed through the uncertainties created by a players strike and the owners' canceling of the rest of the season. The group includes three people who operate clubs, John Harrington of Boston, Claude Brochu of Montreal and Rusty Rose of Texas; two general managers, Oakland's Sandy Alderson and Florida's Dave Dombrowski; two vice presidents of finance, Los Angeles' Bob Graziano and Minnesota's Kevin Mather, and two executive vice presidents, the Yankees' David Sussman and Philadelphia's Dave Montgomery.
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