Orioles -- Signed IF Tommy Davis and assigned him to Single-A Albany, Ga.
Florida Marlins -- Purchased the contract of P Terry Mathews from Triple-A Edmonton. Designated IF Russ Morman for assignment.
Texas Rangers -- Signed P John Powell, SS Asbel Ortiz and OF Edward Comeaux. Purchased the contract of P John Dettmer from Triple-A Oklahoma City.
New York Mets -- Announced OF John Cangelosi has withdrawn his appeal of a four-game suspension for charging the mound after being hit by Atlanta's John Smoltz in a game May 14 and
will begin serving his suspension immediately.
Los Angeles Clippers -- Announced they will not exercise the option on F John Williams.
Orlando Magic -- Exercised their option to acquire a 1994 second-round draft pick from Denver.
Mid-Continent Conference -- Named Jerry Ippolliti commissioner.
Alabama -- Named Thad Fitzpatrick men's assistant basketball coach.
4 Boston College -- Named Jerry York hockey coach.
Canisius -- Extended the contract of John Beilein, men's basketball coach, through the year 2000.
Hunter -- Announced Ray Amalbert, men's basketball coach, will take a leave of absence for the 1994-95 season. Named Bill Savarese acting men's basketball coach.
Limestone -- Named Ralph Pim men's basketball coach.
Wisconsin-Milwaukee -- Announced the resignation of Greg Capper, men's assistant basketball coach.
Cincinnati Bengals -- Signed LB Alfred Williams.
Detroit Lions -- Signed CB Kevin Scott.
Denver Broncos -- Waived OT Don Maggs.
New York Giants -- Released QB Phil Simms.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers -- Signed TE Jackie Harris to a four-year offer sheet.
Las Vegas Posse (CFL) -- Released PK/P Terry Belden. Traded OL Jim Pesek to Toronto for future considerations.
Toronto Argonauts (CFL) -- Released WR Darren Hughes, NT Bo Davis, DE Johnny Lee Davis and LB Marcus Shipp.
Florida Panthers -- Acquired Philadelphia's 1994 second-round draft choice and other monetary compensation in exchange for releasing vice president and general manager Bobby Clarke from the remaining two years of his contract so he could become president, general manager and part-owner of the Flyers.