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Events of Monday, December 5, 1994

Events of Monday, December 5, 1994

12-4-1994 12-6-1994              12-5-1995 

Deaths on This Date

Woody Abernathy (79)

Major League Draft

Selected by STL N from BAL A Rich DeLucia
Selected by FLA N from NY  A Matt Dunbar
Selected by OAK A from KC  A Chris Eddy
Selected by BOS A from BAL A Vaughn Eshelman
Selected by MON N from SF  N Chad Fonville
Selected by PIT N from TOR A Freddy Garcia
Selected by COL N from MIL A Bobby Jones
Selected by MIN A from ATL N Brian Kowitz
Selected by NY  N from ATL N Kevin Lomon
Selected by FLA N from SEA A Matt Mantei
Selected by PHI N from MON N Mike Mimbs
Selected by KC  A from CLE A Jon Nunnally
Selected by CAL A from MON N Tomas Perez
Selected by MIL A from MON N Alberto Reyes
Selected by BAL A from CHI A Nerio Rodriguez
Selected by CHI A from HOU N Chuck Smith
Selected by DET A from TOR A Todd Steverson
Selected by CHI N from OAK A Tanyon Sturtze
Selected by LA  N from OAK A Ed Vosberg
Selected by PHI N from CIN N Craig Worthington

Minor League Draft

Selected by NY  N from SD  N Jason Hardtke
Selected by LA  N from SD  N Dave Staton


Montreal Expos released Freddie Benavides.

Toronto Blue Jays sent Rob Butler to Philadelphia Phillies for future considerations.

Oakland Athletics released Vince Horsman.

Kansas City Royals released Kevin Koslofski.

California Angels sold Tomas Perez to Toronto Blue Jays.

Los Angeles Dodgers released Tom Prince.

Boston Red Sox released Carlos Rodriguez.

Boston Red Sox released Ricky Trlicek.


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