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September 13, 1991
Baseball Cincinnati Reds -- Announced the resignation of Steve Schott, executive VP.Minnesota Twins -- Signed manager Tom Kelly to a 2-year contract extension.Texas Rangers -- Activated P Gerald Alexander from the 15-day DL.CollegeBrooklyn -- Announced 2 days before its scheduled opener that it dropping football because it doesn't have enough players (30).Drake -- Named Chris Gage associate AD and Michael Adras men's assistant basketball coach.Kansas State -- Named Ernie Barrett director of development for the athletic department.
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By From Sun staff and news services | October 9, 2009
Men's college basketball Reggie Williams named coach of Chesapeake College Former Dunbar High and Georgetown star Reggie Williams has been named coach at Chesapeake College, a community college in Wye Mills in Talbot County. Williams, 45, was hired Monday to replace John Mappas, who guided the Skipjacks to an NJCAA Region XX championship in 2008 but retired last week because of family considerations. Williams became available when Towson Catholic closed in July; he had been hired as boys coach in May. Williams, who played 10 NBA seasons, coached the Washington Justice of the National Rookie League - at that time an unaffiliated minor league for the NBA - to the 2000 championship.
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By Roch Eric Kubatko and Roch Eric Kubatko,SUN STAFF | March 6, 1996
Another change is taking place in Morgan State's athletic department, this time involving the women's basketball program.Coach Anderson Powell said he was about to meet with his players Monday night when he was summoned to the office of Rick Perry, the university's vice president of student affairs."
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April 10, 2007
Moves Baseball CARDINALS -- Placed P Chris Carpenter on 15-day DL. Called up P Randy Keisler from Triple-A Memphis. INDIANS -- Signed C Amid Haad to minor league contract and assigned him to Triple-A Buffalo. PHILLIES -- Optioned P Zack Segovia and P Joe Bisenius to Triple-A Ottawa. Activated P Jon Lieber from 15-day DL. Basketball HAWKS -- Suspended F Josh Smith two games for conduct detrimental to team. Colleges ARKANSAS -- Named John Pelphrey men's basketball coach. BRIGHAM YOUNG -- Suspended LB Terrance Hooks and TE Vic So'oto from spring drills after they were accused of breaking into two apartments.
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March 9, 1996
BaseballAngels: Agreed to terms with C Jorge Fabregas.Cubs: Released P Travis Buckley and P Bill Krueger.Padres: Renewed contract of P Ron Villone.Reds: Released OF Brian Hunter and P Bryan Hickerson. Assigned C Paul Bako and C Justin Towle to minor-league camp.Red Sox: Signed free-agent OF-DH Kevin Mitchell. Released P Jeremy Hernandez. Assigned P Jose Martinez, P Randy Tomlin, P Ken Grundt, OF Trot Nixon, OF Rick Holifield, IF Bo Dodson, IF Chop Pough, IF Carlos Rodriguez, IF Scott Romano and former (( Orioles IF Juan Bell to minor-league camp.
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April 18, 1996
BaseballCardinals: Activated P Donovan Osborne from 15-day DL. Optioned P Richard Batchelor to Triple-A Louisville.Expos: Optioned P Jose Paniagua to Double-A Harrisburg. Recalled P Alex Pacheco from Triple-A Ottawa.Giants: Placed former Orioles minor-league SS Kim Batiste on 15-day DL. Recalled SS Bill Mueller from Triple-A Phoenix.Rangers: Acquired OF Derek Lee from Athletics for considerations. Re-signed P Clint Davis to minor-league contract.CollegeCentennial Conference: Named Western Maryland sophomore Bo Schrott (Mount St. Joseph)
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March 24, 2007
Baseball ATHLETICS -- Optioned P Dan Meyer, P Santiago Casilla and P David Shafer to Triple-A Sacramento. Assigned P Kaz Tadano, P Dallas Braden, P Connor Robertson and OF Vince Faison to minor league camp. BRAVES -- Acquired P Erik Cordier from Royals for IF Tony Pena Jr. MARINERS -- Assigned OF Tony Torcato to minor league camp. Traded IF Robby Hudson to White Sox for cash considerations. Released P Ari Kafka, P Haley Winter, IF Marcos Villezcas and OF Jason Grove. MARLINS -- Announced retirement of first base coach Perry Hill.
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By Bill Free | September 21, 1990
New Maryland athletic director Andy Geiger refused yesterday to criticize the National Collegiate Athletic Association for giving what seemed to be less severe sanctions to Florida for violations that appeared to be more serious than the ones committed by Maryland under former men's basketball coach Bob Wade.Geiger said it was "pointless to get all upset about what might or might not have been.""I read all the stuff on Maryland's appeal [of a two-year ban from the NCAA men's basketball tournament, a one-year ban from live television and a total of three years' probation for the men's basketball team]
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