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By Don Markus and Don Markus,Sun Staff Correspondent | January 5, 1991
COLLEGE PARK -- Clemson forward Sean Tyson was reinstated yesterday by Tigers coach Cliff Ellis after a 2 1/2 -week suspension, but it is unclear whether the senior from Baltimore will play today against Maryland.In a prepared taped statement, Ellis said Tyson was reinstated on the recommendation of his Clemson teammates and other members of the coaching staff. Tyson had been suspended Dec. 18 for unspecified reasons.Ellis said Tyson was allowed to return to the team on two conditions: that he go for counseling at the university and that he work hard on the court to get playing time.
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December 1, 1999
BaseballBrewers: Agreed to one-year contract with P Jeff D'Amico.Cardinals: Retained major-league coaching staff, except for Rene Lachemann, who took job with Cubs. Named Marty Mason to coaching staff.Cubs: Named John Cangelosi minor-league roving outfield-base running instructor, John Pierson minor-league hitting coordinator, Nate Oliver roving infield instructor and Tom Beyers hitting coach at Rookie-level Mesa.Red Sox: Named Buddy Bailey first base coach and catching instructor and Dave Jauss field coordinator.
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September 25, 1992
Baseball Cleveland Indians -- Announced that Charlotte (N.C.) of the International League will be their Triple-A affiliate.Detroit Tigers -- Renewed their developmental agreement with Niagara Falls of the Single-A New York-Penn League for two years.Houston Astros -- Activated P Mark Portugal from the 60-day DL.Kansas City Royals -- Agreed to terms with manager Hal McRae on a one-year contract. Extended their working agreement with the Omaha of the Triple-A American Association for two years.
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September 16, 1999
Two months before the Baltimore BayRunners play their first game in the inaugural season of the International Basketball Association, coach Herb Brown is already clear about at least one part of his strategy -- get the ball to Kurk Lee.Lee, a former Towson State and Dunbar star, is one of the first six players -- five with Baltimore connections -- signed by the BayRunners and introduced yesterday.The most heralded of the six, Lee, a 6-foot-3 guard, returns to the area after spending his last three playing years for TeamWARE ToPo in Helsinki, Finland.
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December 1, 1999
BaseballBrewers: Agreed to one-year contract with P Jeff D'Amico.Cardinals: Retained major-league coaching staff, except for Rene Lachemann, who took job with Cubs. Named Marty Mason to coaching staff.Cubs: Named John Cangelosi minor-league roving outfield-base running instructor, John Pierson minor-league hitting coordinator, Nate Oliver roving infield instructor and Tom Beyers hitting coach at Rookie-level Mesa.Red Sox: Named Buddy Bailey first base coach and catching instructor and Dave Jauss field coordinator.
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November 3, 1998
BaseballBraves: Retained pitching coach Leo Mazzone. Named Glenn Hubbard first base coach. Moved Ned Yost from bullpen coach to third base coach, Bobby Dews from third base coach to bullpen coach and Pat Corrales from first base coach to bench coach. Named Jeff Treadway manager of Single-A Macon.Dodgers: Named Mike Scioscia manager of Triple-A Albuquerque and Del Crandall special adviser to player development.Mets: Named John Gibbons manager of Triple-A Norfolk.BasketballIdaho (CBA): Signed F Lloyd Daniels.
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November 1, 1996
BaseballBrewers: Agreed to terms with IF Jose Valentin on three-year contract with club option for fourth year.Cardinals: Exercised $1.625 million option on P Dennis Eckersley.Cubs: P Jamie Navarro declined to exercise $3.6 million option.Indians: Exercised $4.75 million option on OF Kenny Lofton. Coaching staff will return, except for Toby Harrah; named Johnny Goryl infield coach.Padres: Declined to exercise $1.75 million option on P Bob Tewksbury, buying his contract out for $125,000.Phillies: Declined to exercise option on P David West.
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March 11, 1995
BaseballChicago White Sox -- Minor-league OF Michael Jordan announced his retirement.Cleveland Indians -- Extended their player development contract with the Canton-Akron Indians of the Double-A Eastern League for two years through 1998.BasketballBoston Celtics -- Signed G James Blackwell to a second 10-day contract.Los Angeles Lakers -- Signed F Randolph Keys to a second 10-day contract.Washington Bullets -- Activated G Rex Chapman from the injured list. Placed F Larry Stewart (Coppin State)
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By Milton Kent and Milton Kent,Evening Sun Staff | May 2, 1991
The path between the East Baltimore basketball courts and Clemson, S.C., is hardly direct, and the route has been pockmarked for those who have traveled it before.But Devin Gray is convinced that his stay in the South Carolina piedmont will be more productive than those of his predecessors."I'm looking forward to playing there," said Gray, a 6-foot-7 senior center from St. Frances-Charles Hall. He signed a national letter of intent yesterday, two weeks before the end of the signing period.
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September 16, 1999
Two months before the Baltimore BayRunners play their first game in the inaugural season of the International Basketball Association, coach Herb Brown is already clear about at least one part of his strategy -- get the ball to Kurk Lee.Lee, a former Towson State and Dunbar star, is one of the first six players -- five with Baltimore connections -- signed by the BayRunners and introduced yesterday.The most heralded of the six, Lee, a 6-foot-3 guard, returns to the area after spending his last three playing years for TeamWARE ToPo in Helsinki, Finland.
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November 3, 1998
BaseballBraves: Retained pitching coach Leo Mazzone. Named Glenn Hubbard first base coach. Moved Ned Yost from bullpen coach to third base coach, Bobby Dews from third base coach to bullpen coach and Pat Corrales from first base coach to bench coach. Named Jeff Treadway manager of Single-A Macon.Dodgers: Named Mike Scioscia manager of Triple-A Albuquerque and Del Crandall special adviser to player development.Mets: Named John Gibbons manager of Triple-A Norfolk.BasketballIdaho (CBA): Signed F Lloyd Daniels.
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November 1, 1996
BaseballBrewers: Agreed to terms with IF Jose Valentin on three-year contract with club option for fourth year.Cardinals: Exercised $1.625 million option on P Dennis Eckersley.Cubs: P Jamie Navarro declined to exercise $3.6 million option.Indians: Exercised $4.75 million option on OF Kenny Lofton. Coaching staff will return, except for Toby Harrah; named Johnny Goryl infield coach.Padres: Declined to exercise $1.75 million option on P Bob Tewksbury, buying his contract out for $125,000.Phillies: Declined to exercise option on P David West.
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March 11, 1995
BaseballChicago White Sox -- Minor-league OF Michael Jordan announced his retirement.Cleveland Indians -- Extended their player development contract with the Canton-Akron Indians of the Double-A Eastern League for two years through 1998.BasketballBoston Celtics -- Signed G James Blackwell to a second 10-day contract.Los Angeles Lakers -- Signed F Randolph Keys to a second 10-day contract.Washington Bullets -- Activated G Rex Chapman from the injured list. Placed F Larry Stewart (Coppin State)
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September 25, 1992
Baseball Cleveland Indians -- Announced that Charlotte (N.C.) of the International League will be their Triple-A affiliate.Detroit Tigers -- Renewed their developmental agreement with Niagara Falls of the Single-A New York-Penn League for two years.Houston Astros -- Activated P Mark Portugal from the 60-day DL.Kansas City Royals -- Agreed to terms with manager Hal McRae on a one-year contract. Extended their working agreement with the Omaha of the Triple-A American Association for two years.
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August 28, 1991
Baseball AL -- President Bobby Brown reduced the suspension of Texas Rangers OF Kevin Reimer from 3 games to 2. Reimer, who charged Milwaukee Brewers P Chris Bosio during a game Aug. 4, will begin his suspension today.Chicago Cubs -- Activated P Frank Castillo from the DL. Optioned P Scott May (18.00 ERA in 2 IP) to Class AAA Iowa.Chicago White Sox -- Recalled OF Sammy Sosa (.267 in 32 games for Class AAA Vancouver). Placed OF Mike Huff (left shoulder) on the 15-day DL retroactive to Sunday.
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By Milton Kent and Milton Kent,Evening Sun Staff | May 2, 1991
The path between the East Baltimore basketball courts and Clemson, S.C., is hardly direct, and the route has been pockmarked for those who have traveled it before.But Devin Gray is convinced that his stay in the South Carolina piedmont will be more productive than those of his predecessors."I'm looking forward to playing there," said Gray, a 6-foot-7 senior center from St. Frances-Charles Hall. He signed a national letter of intent yesterday, two weeks before the end of the signing period.
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By Don Markus and Don Markus,Sun Staff Correspondent | January 7, 1991
COLLEGE PARK -- The play that restored Evers Burns' confidence happened against Rutgers in the opening round of the recent ECAC Holiday Festival. It came shortly after the sophomore forward had replaced Garfield Smith in the University of Maryland lineup."
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By Don Markus and Don Markus,Sun Staff Correspondent | January 7, 1991
COLLEGE PARK -- The play that restored Evers Burns' confidence happened against Rutgers in the opening round of the recent ECAC Holiday Festival. It came shortly after the sophomore forward had replaced Garfield Smith in the University of Maryland lineup."
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