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March 25, 1992
BASEBALL FOOTBALL National Football League* BUFFALO BILLS -- Signed Kenny Gamble, running back.* CINCINNATI BENGALS -- Signed Derrick Fenner, running back.* CLEVELAND BROWNS -- Signed Pete Holohan, tight end, and Anthony Moss, linebacker.* INDIANAPOLIS COLTS -- Signed Carl Zander, linebacker, to a two-year contract. Agreed to terms with Reggie Langhorne, wide receiver, on a two-year contract.
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By Alison Knezevich, The Baltimore Sun | March 27, 2014
Members of the Baltimore County police union have overwhelmingly approved a new two-year contract. Employees ratified the agreement by a vote of 1,057-45, according to the Fraternal Order of Police Lodge No. 4. The deal guarantees no layoffs or furloughs through June 2016. Under the agreement, officers hired after July 1 will contribute 10 percent of their base pay toward their pensions, an amount higher than that of current employees. It also provides 3 percent bonus in November and a 3 percent cost-of-living increase in July 2015.
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SPORTS
January 21, 1996
BaseballBrewers: Agreed to terms with P Ben McDonald, who had been with the Orioles, on a two-year contract.White Sox: Agreed to terms with IF-OF Tony Phillips on a two-year contract.Basketball76ers: Signed G Greg Sutton to a second 10-day contract.CollegeRutgers: Named Rod Sharpless defensive coordinator.HockeyThunder (IHL): Signed G Jim Hrivnak.
SPORTS
By Eduardo A. Encina and The Baltimore Sun | February 18, 2013
This time last year, Darren O'Day was fighting for a roster spot in Orioles spring training - every outing precious, every impression critical - as he tried to salvage his big-league career. After a stellar 2012 season in which he was the team's most consistent reliever, O'Day - a quirky, light-hearted side-armer - was rewarded with a two-year contract from the Orioles with a third-year club option, the team announced on Monday. It's the peak of a remarkable 15-month ascension for the 30-year-old O'Day.
SPORTS
July 18, 2001
Baseball Astros: Placed P Scott Elarton on 15-day DL. Purchased contract of P Jim Mann from Triple-A New Orleans. Mets: Sent 1B Aaron McNeal outright to Double-A Binghamton. Reds: Claimed P Leo Estrella off waivers from Mets. Transferred P Pete Harnisch from 15- to 60-day DL. Rockies: Placed OF Jacob Cruz on 15-day DL. Recalled OF Robin Jennings from Triple-A Colorado Springs. Rochester (Triple-A): Activated C Sean Mulligan from DL and optioned him to Double-A Bowie. Football Bears: Agreed to terms with LB Jim Emanuel.
SPORTS
September 6, 1997
BaseballMajor Leagues: Mark Petkovsek of the St. Louis Cardinals and Johnny Damon of the Kansas City Royals each were suspended for three games for actions that led to a bench-clearing melee in an interleague game Aug. 30 at Kansas City.Brewers: 2B Fernando Vina agreed to a two-year contract with a club option for the year 2000.Mariners: Recalled IF Giomar Guevara from Double-A Memphis.Marlins: Recalled P Rob Stanifer from Triple-A Charlotte.Royals: Purchased the contract of C Andy Stewart from Triple-A Omaha.
SPORTS
December 8, 1995
BaseballAngels: Signed OF-1B Mike Aldrete to a minor-league contract.Astros: Agreed to terms with OF John Cangelosi on a minor-league contract.Blue Jays: Agreed to terms with OF Otis Nixon on a two-year contract.Brewers: Agreed to terms with 3B Kevin Seitzer on a one-year contract.Cardinals: Agreed to terms with P Mike Morgan on a one-year contract and IF Jose Oquendo on a minor-league contract.Indians: Agreed to terms with OF Manny Ramirez on a four-year contract; IF Julio Franco on a two-year contract; 1B Eddie Murray on a one-year contract; SS Alvaro Espinoza on a minor-league contract; and P Orel Hershiser on a one-year contract extension through 1997.
SPORTS
December 9, 1992
BaseballAL -- Named Phyllis K. Merhige vice president for administration and public affairs.Orioles -- Traded minor-league IF Rodney Lofton to the Cincinnati Reds for P Jason Satre and P Reggie Leslie.Boston Red Sox -- Acquired OF Ivan Calderon from the Montreal Expos for P Mike Gardiner and P Terry Powers. Agreed to terms with P Scott Bankhead on a two-year contract.California Angels -- Acquired 3B Kelly Gruber and cash from the Toronto Blue Jays for IF Luis Sojo.Chicago Cubs -- Agreed to terms with P Dan Plesac on a two-year contract.
SPORTS
July 4, 2007
Baseball ANGELS -- Designated P Hector Carrasco for assignment. Recalled P Chris Resop from Salt Lake. ATHLETICS -- Recalled P Shane Komine from Sacramento. Optioned P Ron Flores to Sacramento. DEVIL RAYS -- Reinstated P Juan Salas from restricted list. Transferred P Tim Corcoran from the 15-day to 60-day DL. DIAMONDBACKS -- Placed P Randy Johnson on 15-day DL. Called up P Yusmeiro Petit from Tucson. GIANTS -- Activated IF Rich Aurilia from 15-day DL. Placed P Vinnie Chulk on the bereavement list and recalled P Pat Misch from Fresno.
SPORTS
December 15, 1995
Angels: C Ron Tingley (.226 with Tigers) agreed to minor-league contract.Astros: 2B Craig Biggio agreed to four-year contract with club option for fifth year.Brewers: P Kevin Wickander (2.60 ERA in 21 relief appearances for Tigers) agreed to one-year contract.Dodgers: P Mark Guthrie (3.66 ERA in 24 relief appearances) agreed to one-year contract for $870,000. 3B Dave Hansen (.287, 8 HRs) agreed to one-year contract for $400,000.Giants: Traded SS Royce Clayton (.244, 58 RBIs, 24 steals) to Cardinals for P Allen Watson (7-9, 4.69 ERA)
BUSINESS
By Lorraine Mirabella, The Baltimore Sun | July 12, 2012
Shoppers Food & Pharmacy workers at some Maryland and Virginia stores ratified a new, two-year contract Thursday that increases wages, maintains pension benefits and funds health benefits without raising workers' costs, the union local representing the workers said Thursday. The collective bargaining agreement between United Food & Commercial Workers Local 400 and Shoppers, a division of Minneapolis-based Supervalu, applies to 2,500 grocery workers at Shoppers in Northern Virginia and in Montgomery, Prince Georges, Calvert, St. Mary's and Charles counties.
SPORTS
July 4, 2007
Baseball ANGELS -- Designated P Hector Carrasco for assignment. Recalled P Chris Resop from Salt Lake. ATHLETICS -- Recalled P Shane Komine from Sacramento. Optioned P Ron Flores to Sacramento. DEVIL RAYS -- Reinstated P Juan Salas from restricted list. Transferred P Tim Corcoran from the 15-day to 60-day DL. DIAMONDBACKS -- Placed P Randy Johnson on 15-day DL. Called up P Yusmeiro Petit from Tucson. GIANTS -- Activated IF Rich Aurilia from 15-day DL. Placed P Vinnie Chulk on the bereavement list and recalled P Pat Misch from Fresno.
SPORTS
By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,Sun reporter | April 21, 2007
The Ravens and Rex Ryan have agreed on a two-year contract that will make Ryan one of the highest-paid defensive coordinators in the NFL, according to both Ryan and general manager Ozzie Newsome. Newsome confirmed the deal yesterday but said the two sides reached the agreement a couple of weeks ago. The initial negotiations started soon after the Ravens' 15-6 playoff loss to the Indianapolis Colts on Jan. 13. Newsome would not discuss Ryan's salary, but Ryan is expected to make between $1 million and $1.2 million a season.
SPORTS
By Childs Walker and Childs Walker,SUN STAFF | August 19, 2005
What does hockey immortal Mario Lemieux have in common with rodeo bulls and Survivor champion Richard Hatch? Well, starting this fall, all three could be stars on the Outdoor Life Network, which already broadcasts bull riding and re-runs of the reality television hit and will now televise National Hockey League games. The combination might seem odd to the average sports fan, but cable television experts say OLN's two-year deal with the NHL -- announced late Wednesday night -- may be a sign of big things to come for the 10-year old network, traditionally known for outdoor programming.
NEWS
By Laura Loh and Laura Loh,SUN STAFF | July 2, 2005
The Baltimore school board and teachers union reached a labor agreement yesterday that would give teachers and paraprofessionals their first pay raises in three years. The two-year contract, which must be formally ratified by members of the Baltimore Teachers Union and the school board, would grant the employees an immediate 2 percent raise, followed by an additional 1 percent increase in January. In the 2006-2007 school year, teachers and paraprofessionals would receive a 5 percent raise.
NEWS
April 13, 2005
Members of the Howard County teachers union along with its support staff unit have ratified a two-year contract that calls for pay raises of 3 percent and 3.5 percent, respectively. More than 90 percent of the Howard County Education Association -- representing 4,100 teachers, guidance counselors and psychologists, and its support personnel unit -- voted in favor of the agreement, which begins July 1, said Joe Staub, president of HCEA. Teachers and other staff members are also eligible for step increases, raises based on experience.
SPORTS
July 3, 1997
BaseballExpos: Recalled 3B Doug Strange from injury rehabilitation assignment. Optioned IF Jose Vidro to Triple-A Ottawa.Giants: Recalled P Doug Creek from Triple-A Phoenix. Optioned P Dan Carlson to Phoenix.Indians: Claimed P Casey Whitten off waivers from Royals and designated him for assignment.Marlins: Activated IF Alex Arias from DL. Sent IF Chris Klapinski to Triple-A Charlotte.Padres: Activated IF Craig Shipley from DL. Optioned IF Jorge Velandia to Triple-A Las Vegas.Pirates: Purchased contract of OF Turner Ward from Triple-A Calgary.
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