Orioles -- Placed OF Sherman Obando (strained left hamstring) on the 15-day disabled list. Recalled OF Mark Leonard from Triple-A Rochester.
Chicago White Sox -- Recalled P Jason Bere from Triple-A Nashville.
Cleveland Indians -- Activated P Ted Power from the disabled list. Optioned P Scott Scudder to Triple-A Charlotte.
Florida Marlins -- Signed C Tony Turnbull to a minor-league contract.
Montreal Expos -- Placed P Jimmy Jones on the 15-day disabled list, retroactive to May 24. Recalled P Mike Gardiner from Triple-A Ottawa.
New York Yankees -- Recalled P Bobby Munoz from Triple-A Columbus. Optioned P Andy Cook to Columbus.
Seattle Mariners -- Signed P Ryan Franklin and P Brian Williams.
California -- Named Billy Kennedy and Scott Perry assistant basketball coaches.
Dartmouth -- Named Jim Webster inside linebacker coach. Promoted Kevin Lempa to defensive coordinator-defensive backs coach.
UCLA -- Named Willette White women's associate head basketball coach.
NFL -- Extended commissioner Paul Tagliabue's contract to May 2000. Tagliabue, 53, was elected commissioner in 1989 and given a five-year contract averaging about $1 million annually.
CHICAGO BEARS -- Signed John Wojciechowski, offensive lineman.
Houston Oilers -- Signed RB Russell Baldner, PK Mark Fowble and LB Corey Edmond.
SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS -- Signed David Diaz-Infante, guard.
Florida Panthers -- Reached agreement with the Cincinnati Cyclones of the International Hockey League on a three-year contract whereby Cincinnati will become the primary affiliate of the Panthers.
Pittsburgh Penguins -- Signed LW Troy Loney to a multi-year contract.
AHL -- Approved the Ottawa Senators' purchase of the New Haven franchise and its transfer to Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island. Approved the sale of the Utica franchise by the New Jersey Devils to the Calgary Flames and its transfer to St. John, New Brunswick. Approved the transfers of Baltimore to Portland, Maine and Halifax to Cornwall, Ontario.