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By NEW YORK TIMES NEWS SERVICE | October 15, 1995
UNIONDALE, N.Y. -- Defenseman Darius Kasparaitis, out at least four more weeks after reconstructive knee surgery, signed a three-year deal believed to be worth a little more than $1 million per season with bonuses factored in.
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By Erica L. Green, The Baltimore Sun | February 6, 2014
Baltimore teachers voted Thursday to ratify a three-year contract that will give them annual raises of 1 percent and opportunities for promotion, but leaves uncertainty about evaluations and a career ladder that was introduced three years ago. Union officials said that more than 1,000 votes were cast, with the majority in favor of the contract. They said specific vote counts would only be released to members of the union. Marietta English, president of the Baltimore Teachers Union, said the pact "demonstrates Baltimore teachers' willingness to create incentives for boosting teacher and student performance.
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July 11, 1998
BaseballBlue Jays: P Luis Andujar cleared waivers and declined assignment to Triple-A Syracuse.Cardinals: Optioned P Manny Aybar to Triple-A Memphis.Dodgers: Activated P Darren Hall from 15-day DL.Giants: Activated 2B Jeff Kent. Placed SS Rich Aurilia (strained left groin) on 15-day DL.Red Sox: Recalled P Brian Rose from Triple-A injury-rehab assignment.Albany-Colonie (Independent): Signed P Fermin Cruz.CollegeCatholic U.: Women's lacrosse coach Jeanne Harrington resigned to take same position at Princeton.
BUSINESS
By Lorraine Mirabella, The Baltimore Sun | December 17, 2013
Workers for Giant Food and Safeway stores in the Baltimore-Washington region voted overwhelmingly Tuesday to ratify a three-year labor contract that preserves health benefits and raises wages over three years. Leaders with the United Food and Commercial Workers characterized the contract as one of the best in the grocery business at a time when companies are scaling back benefits and offering one-time bonuses instead of wage increases. Giant and Safeway, the Baltimore area's biggest supermarket chains, said the agreement will enable them to stay competitive in the changing retail landscape.
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February 21, 2001
Baseball Athletics: Agreed to $6.95 million, three-year contract with P Jim Mecir, avoiding salary arbitration. Padres: Announced that pitching coach Dave Smith will take leave of absence for personal reasons. Named bullpen coach Greg Booker interim pitching coach and Triple-A pitching coach Darrel Akerfelds to handle Booker's duties. Agreed to one-year contracts with P Kevin Walker, P Brian Tollberg, P Harry Herndon Jr., P Dave Maurer, OF Bubba Trammell, OF Kory DeHaan, OF Jeremy Owens, OF Mike Colangelo, SS Damian Jackson, IF Kevin Eberwein, SS Donaldo Mendez and C Wiki Gonzalez.
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December 24, 1993
BaseballColorado Rockies -- Agreed to terms with IF Jim Tatum on a minor-league contract.New York Mets -- Named Mookie Wilson roving minor-league instructor and community liaison.Oakland Athletics -- Agreed to a one-year contract with P Dave Righetti.Philadelphia Phillies -- Tentatively agree to a $24.9 million, four-year contract extension that runs through 1998 with OF Lenny Dykstra.Basketball0 Cleveland Cavaliers -- Signed F Rod Higgins.CollegeCalifornia -- Extended the contract of head football coach Keith Gilbertson through the 1998 season.
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July 13, 2002
For The Record Moves Baseball DEVIL RAYS: P Joe Kennedy dropped appeal of seven-game suspension for throwing at Blue Jays C Ken Huckaby on June 6. DODGERS: Activated C Chad Kreuter. Optioned C David Ross to Triple-A Las Vegas. INDIANS: Placed OF Matt Lawton on 15-day DL with strained left calf. Recalled IF-OF Bill Selby from Triple-A Buffalo. Signed former Orioles OF Karim Garcia and P Jason Rakers to minor-league contracts; assigned Garcia to Buffalo. Traded IF Anthony Medrano to Expos for 1B Nick Dempsey.
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June 12, 1997
BaseballDevil Rays: Agreed to terms with OF Kenny Kelly. Signed P Robert Davis, C Toby Hall, C Carlos Vazquez and C Bart Carter.Indians: Recalled P Brian Anderson from Triple-A Buffalo. Optioned P Danny Graves to Buffalo.Mets: Signed SS Jason Brett and 3B Jason Bowring and assigned them to Rookie-level Kingsport. Signed P Eric Cammack, P David Lohrman, P Joseph Maberry, OF Jose Rijo-Berger and 3B Jason Roach and assigned them to Single-A Pittsfield. Signed SS Bobby Hill, C Brian Jenkins, C Clark Lambert, OF Nick Rains and 2B Anthony Valentine and assigned them to Rookie-level Gulf Coast League.
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May 31, 2001
Baseball Angels: Activated P Mike Holtz. Optioned C Jamie Burke to Triple-A Salt Lake. Braves: Sent P Chris Seelbach to Triple-A Richmond. Orioles: Promoted P Jancy Andrade and P Rodney Ormond from extended spring training to Single-A Delmarva. Assigned P Sidney Jones and P Jose Advincola to extended spring training. Phillies: Placed P Wayne Gomes on 15-day DL with strained tendon in right knee. Activated P Vicente Padilla from 15-day DL. Reds: Placed P Dennys Reyes on 15-day DL with tightness in left forearm.
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March 7, 2001
Baseball Blue Jays: Signed C Josh Phelps, C Jayson Werth, OF Andy Thompson, IF Ryan Freel, IF Cesar Izturis and P George Perez to one-year contracts. Optioned Phelps and C Joe Lawrence to Triple-A Syracuse. Phillies: Signed P Seung Lee and P Il Kim to minor-league contracts. Reds: Signed 1B Hal Morris to minor-league contract; invited him to spring training. Basketball Knicks: Placed C Luc Longley on injured list with left ankle pain and sore lower back and G Rick Brunson on injured list with right plantar fasciatis.
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By Tim Smith, The Baltimore Sun | September 14, 2013
Baltimore Symphony Orchestra musicians ratified a new three-year contract Friday that will include the restoration of salary cuts that were made in the wake of the economic downturn. By the 2015-2016 season, annual base salary for tenured musicians will reach $75,024, an 11 percent increase over the base of $67,600 under the previous contract, which expired Sept. 8. Players will also receive a benefit in the form of increased employer contributions to medical insurance plans and pension plans.
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By Larry Carson, The Baltimore Sun | December 22, 2010
Columbia Association President Phillip Nelson has a new three-year contract to run the homeowners association until May 2014, and the group's board is moving toward releasing detailed salary and bonus information for all of its employees. Nelson, 61, who took over running the planned town's $60 million-a-year operation on May 1, 2009, would get an annual pay raise based on April's Consumer Price Index, up to 3.5 percent. He now earns $203,600, He is also eligible for a bonus of up to 7.5 percent if he meets performance goals.
FEATURES
By Tim Smith and Tim Smith,Sun Music Critic | August 5, 2008
More than a month before their two-year contract expires, musicians of the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra have ratified a new three-year deal that will see a total increase of 17.4 percent in base salary. By the 2010-2011 season, that base pay will be $90,012, an amount that was supposed to have been reached in 2005. When the orchestra faced a severe budget crisis in 2003, musicians agreed to delay raises that had been part of a long-term contract. They continued to make concessions, including pay cuts for a couple of years, to help the organization through hard times.
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May 16, 2007
Moves Auto racing NASCAR -- Docked Dale Earnhardt Jr. 100 Nextel Cup points and fined crew chief Tony Eury Jr. $100,000 and suspended him for six points races for having the rear wing improperly mounted at Darlington Raceway on Sunday. Baseball ATHLETICS -- Placed P Huston Street on 15-day DL, retroactive to Sunday. Purchased contract of P Connor Robertson from Triple-A Sacramento. BRAVES -- Activated P Bob Wickman from 15-day DL. Optioned P Kevin Barry to Triple-A Richmond. CARDINALS -- Claimed P Todd Wellemeyer off waivers from Royals.
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By DAN CONNOLLY and DAN CONNOLLY,SUN REPORTER | January 21, 2006
Talks between the Orioles and right fielder Jay Gibbons about a contract extension progressed so much yesterday that one industry source called the deal "very close." Negotiations slowed while executive vice president Mike Flanagan and vice president Jim Duquette were in the Dominican Republic earlier this week, but apparently the sides closed considerable ground last night. The three-year extension, worth between $16 million and $17 million, could be signed this weekend or by early next week, the source said.
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By Joe Christensen and Joe Christensen,SUN STAFF | August 18, 2004
Major League Baseball's owners will convene in Philadelphia today for two days of meetings that will culminate with a coronation of sorts. And Orioles fans can relax. This won't involve an announcement about the Montreal Expos moving to Washington, Northern Virginia or anywhere else, for that matter. The Expos will be discussed, but their new home won't be decided. The coronation is for none other than Allan H. "Bud" Selig. Last year, in a meeting with the Associated Press Sports Editors, Selig said he planned to step aside when his current term expires on Dec. 31, 2006.
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August 31, 2001
Baseball Dodgers: Optioned P Luke Prokopec to Triple-A Las Vegas. Recalled 3B Phil Hiatt to Las Vegas. Basketball Nets: Signed F Brian Scalabrine, 35th pick in NBA draft. College NCAA: Placed Jacksonville athletics program on five years' probation for violations in men's soccer program and for exhibiting lack of institutional control. ... Suspended 12 Marshall football players one game and two men's basketball players 30 percent of season for improperly receiving extra work benefits.
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