Southern Illinois University Carbondale Daily Egyptian Diversity News Archive (Southern Illinois University Carbondale)
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TranscriptBig Leagues hire Salukis;
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Teams draft seven, four sign
Four S^ukl bageball pUy- ¦^ rvD fMasiipRaoibcrTcsr colleg* el^tkUiy, aigned pn3tfealoaAl conaracu Ia^I'
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e (Lm) hoped fbai CUrlc roald get vbv be ufccdwitbln
Bill curt, a Jonlor third baseman, lareed with tbeChi- caio While Sox SsturdJy on a f 19, 500 ptckage Out prOTld^a $4, 000 for hU fliul ycu- of acbool, $0, 000 bonus money, and s }7, 500 liveiviTe boiua.
Clark, s foortb-round drafi cbofce, entered nefoUatloas vlih the American Lesgue club en Wednesday and two days of ulks proved, for tbe most pan, unproducilTfc.
Coach Joe Liaf reportedly said tbe Wblte Sox cUlmed ;^Urk waa being unreasonable in his ncgotlaiions and thdt
JvrvBend
After algidiVf Clark prc- piared to repon to'Duiuth of Ibe Nortbem League vbere be will oin teammaie Barry O'Sullinn, wbo signed a White Sox cotwraci Friday.
O'SulllTan, a senior firsi basemaD, rcponediy received $4, 000 for signing.
Jerry Dond, a Junior ccraer- flelder, came to terms Friday with cbe Cleveland Indians and lefl for SuiesvlIIe, N^., of ibe Carolina Leagtic.
Skip Plilockp a senior pit¬ cher, accepted an$8, 000boraia offer from tbe San Francisco Clams on Surtday.
PlUock, an eight h-round draft aeleciJon, was holding out for (10, 000 bonus money but following bonus offers of $2, 500 and $5, 000 a $2, 000 provision got PKlock to sign* Pillock will be assigned to De¬ catur of the Midwest League.
Sbonaiop BUI Stein, who had bcenoffered$3, 500-$ , 000 to play ai Cedar RapJds of the Mldweiit League \n the St. Louis Cardinals'organization, was told Instead to report to Tulsa If he signed.
Howevcfp accordlr^ to the lists released by the Office
of tbe Commissioner of Baae¬ ball, Stein vaa the first choice for tbeCUaa-A Uodeaio leam of tbe Callfortda League in the recent baa^nll drsfu Tbcre was no word Monday
aftemooca on Sccln's cotitract negotlatitxia*
Saluki who ap- pareialy had cmx signed aa of Moadsy aJrcmoon was Mike Rfjgodzlriskl.
Rogodzlnski, a second- round draft choice of tbe Phila¬ delphia PhlUles, entered oe- gotlatlons, over tbe weekend and tbe contract offer made to him Is unknowru
Bob Etdrfgde, the sevemh saluki drafted this spring, elected to pass up a chance with the Cleveland Indians and Intends to concentrate on bas* kctball.
Eldridge, a red-shirt bar¬ ring practice pitcher this sea¬ son, was dralied tn the founh round three weeks ago after outstanding seasons with Ro¬ ben Morris Junior College.
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