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Arlington Heights Daily Herald (Newspaper) - December 16, 1993, Arlington Heights, Illinois Thursday december 16,1993 daily Herald Section 2/sports 5 baseball soccer Springfield club moves to Madison daily Herald staff reports the Board of directors of the class a Midwest league this week approved the move of the Spring Field cardinals franchise to Madi son wis., for the 1994 season. Springfield the farm team of the St. Louis cardinals was sold by Anheuser Busch inc., to a new group of owners last summer that group could not get a new stadium lease from the City of Springfield that would allow in stadium advertising signage and a change in the lease agreement. After preliminary thoughts of moving the team to Dayton. Ohio or East Lansing mich., the new owners decided to move to Madison which had just lost the muskies a an Oakland athletics farm team a to grand rapids. Mich. City officials in Springfield stated that the loss of the cardinals farm team would mean a projected loss of $2 million to area businesses and to the tax base. The new Madison franchise will still be a farm team of the St. Louis cardinals and will remain in the Southern division of the Midwest league. Former muskies general manager Jay Brazeau will remain with the franchise. The muskies left Madison for a new state of the Art stadium and a larger population base in grand rapids. Attendance Over the last several years in Madison had been below expectations and Warner Park needed Many upgrades to conform with the new stadium standards requirements put in place by the major leagues on the minors. In other Midwest league news a the Waterloo diamonds franchise will remain in Iowa for 1994. A group of prospective owners headed by Tom Rubens a owner of the a bad a grand rapids hoops a had tried to move the franchise to either Lake county iii., or Mer Neville ind. After the cubs and White sox made it Clear they would fight either move As did the ownership of the Kane county cougars the Midwest league voted to Block any move of the san Diego padres farm team out of Waterloo. The prospective ownership group also has expressed interest in transferring the franchise to Springfield 111. A the Peoria chiefs franchise has been reacquired by Peoria businessman Pete Vonachen from Chicago area real estate Developer Clar Krusinski. Vonachen first bought the fran Chise in 1984, then sold it to Krusinski in september of 1988. The chiefs new stadium built on the site of the old one at Meinen Field is named for Vonachen although the Sale has not yet been formalized Vonachen a group will immediately assume the operation of the franchise the cubs Are the Parent team of the farm club but 1994 will be the last year of that relationship the cubs who purchased the Rockford franchise last january will move their players there for the 1995 season Rockford is now stocked with Kansas City royals play ers. A the fort Wayne wizards announced that they will play an exhibition game with their Parent club the Minnesota twins May 5 at memorial stadium in it Wayne. This will be the first time in the twins 34-year history that they have travelled to a class a or class a City to play a game a the Kane county cougars will Host their fourth annual Winter banquet on Jan. 20 at pheasant run resort in St charles.1993 baseball millionaires a by team new York a the 1993 salaries for the 273 major league baseball players on aug 31 rosters and disabled lists making is million or More. Figures were obtained by the Asse dated press from management and player sources and include salaries rated shares of signing bonuses and other guaranteed Money not attributed to a specific year and All earned incentive bonuses. For some players parts of salaries deferred without interest Are discounted to reflect present Day values. For Greg Cadaret Ivan Calderon Mark Davis. Storm Davis Gary Gaetti Mike Lavalliere Joe Magrane and Kurt Stillwell salaries Are from guaranteed contracts they were released from american league Jaime Navaho Grey Vaughn Bill Doran Tom Brunansky Darryl Hamilton Jesse Orosco Minnesota twins Kirby Puckett Kent Hrbek Shane Mack Dave Winfield Rick Aquilera Brian Harper Kevin Tapani 2,1 to too 1,777,500 1,333.333 1,100,000 1.025,000 1,000.000 $5,300,000 3.100.000 3.050.000 2.925.000 2,433,333 2.400.000 2.000.000 Kevin Mitchell John Smiley Roberto Kelly cons Sabo Rob Dibble Tom Browning Jeff Reardon Hal moms Joe Oliver 3.750.000 3.475.000 3,133,333 3.100.000 2.500.000 2.250.000 1.500, 1.275.000 1.200.000 Baltimore orioles Cal Ripken or. Glenn Davis Mike Devereaux Rick Sutcliffe Gregg Olson Brady Anderson Harold Reynolds Ben Mcdonald a old Baines $5,459,973 3.800.000 3.025.000 2.500.000 2.300.000 1.855.000 1.650.000 1.250.000 1.200.000 Boston red sox Andre Dawson Frank Viola Roger Clemens Mike Greenwell Danny Darwin Tony Pena Jeff Russell Rob Deer Joe Hesketh Greg a. Hams Scott Bankhead Luis Rivera Billy Hatcher $4,875,000 4,833.333 4.655.250 3.425.000 2.750.000 2.200.000 2.175.000 2,066,667 1.775.000 1.500.000 1.150.000 1.075.000 1.000,000 new York Yankees Danny Tartabul Jimmy key Paul o Neill Don Mattingly Wade Boggs Lee Smith Paul Assenmacher Steve Howe Matt Nokes Melido Perez Jim Abbott Spike Owen Mike Witt Mike Gallego Steve Farr a Randy Velarde Oakland athletics Ruben Sierra Mark Mcgwire Dennis Eckersley Bob Welch Bobby Witt Terry Steinbach Dave Henderson Ron Darling $5,050,000 4 900.000 3.833.333 3.820.000 2.950.000 2.691.667 2.665.333 2.500.000 2.500.000 2.450.000 2.350.000 2.250.000 2.166.667 1.575.000 1.500.000 1.050.000 Colorado Rockies Bruce Hurst $3,000,000 Greg w. Hams 2025.000 Charlie Hayes 1,325.000 Florida marlins Bryan Harvey $4,225,000 Benito Santiago Gary Sheffield 3,400.000 3 110.000 Orestes Destrade 2,300.000 Jack Armstrong 1,154.546 Charlie Hough 1,000,000 Houston astros Doug Drabek $4,250,000 Greg Swindell 3,750.000 Ken Cam Imti 3,150,000 Craig Biaqio Steve Finley 3,050,000 2.900.000 Doug Jones 2.500.000 Mark Portugal 2,095,000 Pete Hamisch 1.825.000 $4,200,000 4,000,000 3.800.000 3.450.000 3.033,333 2.815.000 2.600.000 2.250.000 California Angels Chuck Finley $5,375,000 Kelly Gruber 4.333,333 Mark Langston 3,550.000 Luis Polonia 2.475.000 Chili Davis 2.400.000 Kurt Stillwell 1,750.000 Joe Magrane 1.048,000 White sox Jack Mcdowell Tim Belcher George Bell Tim Haines Ivan Calderon Kirk Mccaskill to Jackson Mike Lavalliere Lance Johnson Ellis Burks Ozzie Guillen Steve sax Robin Ventura Dan Pasqua Ron Karkovice Frank Thomas Scott Radinsky $4,000,000 3.825.000 3.650.000 3.500.000 3.000.000 2.533,333 2.410.000 2.350.000 2.266.667 2.050.000 2.000.000 1.975.000 1.845.000 1.750.000 1.566.667 1.115.000 1.050.000 Seattle mariners Ken Griffey or. Edgar Martinez Jay Buhner Chris Bosio Randy Johnson Dave Valle Norm Charlton Tom Leary Erik Hanson Omar Vazquel Texas rangers Jose Canseco Rafael Palmeiro Tom Henke Nolan Ryan Charlie Leibrandt Julio Franco Kevin Brown Manuel Lee Craig Lefferts Kenny Rogers los Angeles dodgers Orel Hershiser Darryl Strawberry Tom Candiotti Tim Wallach Brett Butler Jody Reed Todd Worrell Kevin Gross Jim Gott Ramon Martinez $4,050,000 3.016.667 2.772.500 2.750.000 2.625.000 2.366.667 2.335.000 1.800.000 1,250,000 1.112.500 Cory Snyder Roger Mcdowell $4,333,333 3.800.000 3.650.000 3,362,500 3,333,333 2.500.000 2.416.667 1.966.667 1.800.000 1.775.000 1.500.000 1.350.000 Montreal expos Lamy Walker Dennis Martinez Ken Hill Delino Deshields Marquis Grissom $3,000,000 2,833,333 2,000,000 1.537,500 1.500,000 $4,800,000 4.550.000 3,777.625 3.757.000 3,083,333 2.937,500 2.800.000 1,842.406 1,080,374 1,000.000 new York mets Bobby Bonilla Dwight Gooden John Franco Eddie Murray Bret Saberhagen Vince Coleman Sid Fernandez Darrin Jackson Howard Johnson Frank Tanana Mike Maddux $6,200,000 6,166,667 4.000.000 3.375.000 3.000.000 2.312.500 2.100.000 2.100,000 2,100,000 1.700,000 1.012.500 Toronto Blue jays Cleveland indians Bob Ojeda Albert Belle Candy Maldonado Carlos Baerga Sandy Alomar or. $1,700,000 1.675.000 1.650.000 1,383,333 1.300.000 Detroit tigers Mike Henneman Cecil fielder Tony Phillips Lou Whitaker Mike Moore Mickey Tettleton Bill Gullickson Erie Davis Alan Trammell David Wells Bill Krueger Dan Gladden Kirk Gibson storm Davis Kansas City royals Joe Carter Jack moms Roberto Alomar Dave Stewart Devon White Paul Molitor Duane Ward Rickey Henderson Pat Borders Todd Stottlemyre Tony Fernandez John Olerud $5,550,000 5.425.000 4.933.333 4.300.000 3.658.333 3.650.000 3.350.000 3.250.000 2.500.000 2.325.000 2.300.000 1,562,500 $4,333,333 4.262.500 3,866.667 3.433.333 3.333.333 3.333.333 2.300.000 2.000.000 1.827.500 1.450.000 1.200.000 1.150.000 1.100.000 1,000.000 National league David Cone Wally Joyner Jeff Montgomery Kevin Mcreynolds Greg Gagne Gary Gaetti George Brett Jose Lind Kevin Appier Felix Jose Mark Gubicza Greg Cadaret Mike Macfarlane Stan Belinda Keith Miller Milwaukee Brewers Robin Yount Teddy Higuera . Turboff Bill Wegman $5,000,000 4.400.000 3.816.667 3.666.667 3.366.667 3.000.000 2.750.000 2.400.000 2.000.000 1.525.000 1.250.000 1.190.000 1.175.000 1.165.000 1.090.000 $3,466,055 3.250.000 2.530.000 2.375.000 Atlanta braves Greg Maddux Tom Glavine Fred Mcgriff Ron Gant Deion Sanders Otis Nixon John Smoltz Terry Pendleton Jeff Blauser Dave Justice Sid Bream Jay Howell Pete Smith Damon Berryhill $5,875,000 4.925.000 4.300.000 3.700.000 3.166,667 2.815.000 2.700.000 2.250.000 2,000.000 1.875.000 1.600.000 1.600,000 1.025,000 1,000,000 Philadelphia Phillies Mitch Williams Bobby Thigpen Lenny Dykstra Terry Mulholland Danny Jackson Joh Kruk Darren Daulton Manano Duncan Milt Thompson Pete Incaviglia Lamy Andersen Curt Schilling Ricky Jordan Pittsburgh pirates Andy Van Slyke Jay Bell Zane Smith Bob walk Don Slaught Lonnie Smith St. Louis cardinals Ozzie Smith i Jefferies Tewksbury Tom Pagnozzi Jose Oquendo Todd Zeile $3,500,000 3.416.667 3.066.667 2.650.000 2.625.000 2.500.000 2466.667 2,000.000 1.475.000 1.100.000 1.075.000 1.025.000 1,000,000 $5,000,000 2.975.000 2.725.000 2.725.000 1,116.667 1.100.000 $3,464,458 2.650.000 2.625.000 2.575.000 2.050.000 1.025.000 san Diego padres cubs Ryne Sandberg Randy Myers Jose Guzman Shawon Dunston Mike Morgan Mark Grace Steve Buechele Dan Plesac Greg Hibbard $6,379,213 3,833,333 3.500.000 3.375.000 3.375.000 3.100.000 2.900.000 1.700.000 1.425.000 Tony i Mark Davis Andy Benes $3,975,000 3.625.000 2.050.000 Cincin Amiens Barry Larkin Jose Rijo Bip Roberts $5,750,000 4.083,333 3.900.000 san Francisco giants i Clark Barry Bonds Billy Swift Willie Mcgee Matt Williams Mike Jackson Bud Black Dave Righetti Robby Thompson John Burkett Jeff Brantley Dave Martinez $4,750,000 4.516.667 3.316.667 2,312,500 2.275.000 2.266.667 2.250.000 2,250 too 1.925.000 1.700.000 1.500.000 1.100.000 1993 baseball millionaires a by rank for club salary Ryne Sandberg cubs Bobby Bonilla nym Dwight Gooden nym Greg Maddux att Barry Larkin Cin Joe Carter Tor Cal Ripken jr., bal Jack Morris Tor Chuck Finley Cal Kirby Puckett min Danny Tartabul i nyy David Cone Kandy Van Slyke pit Roberto Alomar Tor Tom Glavine att Jimmy key nyy Andre Dawson bos Frank Viola bos Jose Canseco Tex will Clark of Roger Clemens bos Rafael Palmeiro Tex $6,379,213 6,200,000 6,166,667 5.875.000 5.750.000 5.550.000 5,459.973 5.425.000 5.375.000 5.300.000 5.050.000 5.000.000 5.000.000 4.933.333 4.925.000 4.900.000 4.875.000 4.833.333 4.800.000 4.750.000 4,655,250 4.550.000 23 24 25 s in 31 32 33 34 35 36 he u 39 40 Barry Bonds of Wally Joyner pc Kelly Gruber Cal Mike Henneman det Orel Hershiser la Fred Mcgriff att Dave Stewart. Tor Cecil fielder det Doug Drabek Hou Bryan Harvey Fla Ruben Sierra Oak Jose Rijo Cin Ken Griffey jr., sea John Franco nym Jack Mcdowell Wysox Ark Mcgwire Oak Tony Gwynn so Bip Roberts Cin 41_____. 42. Randy Myers cubs tie Paul of Neill nyy 44. Tim Belcher Wysox 45. Don Mattingly nyy 46. Jeff Montgomery pc 4.516.667 4.400.000 4.333.333 4.333.333 4.333.333 4.300.000 4.300.000 4,262,500 4.250.000 4.225.000 4.200.000 4.083.333 4.050.000 4.000.000 4,000,000 4.000.000 3.975.000 3.900.000 3.866.667 3,833.333 3.833.333 3,825,000 3.820.000 3.816.667 47. Glenn Davis bal tie Dennis Eckersley. Oak tie Darryl Strawberry. La 50. Tom Henke Tex 51. Nolan Ryan Tex 52. Kevin Mitchell Cin tie Greg Swindell Hou 54. Ron Gant at 55. Kevin Mcreynolds pc 56 Devon White Tor 57. George Bell Wysox tie Tom Candiotti la tie Paui Molitor Tor 60. Mark Davis so 61 Mark Langston Cal 62. Jose Guzman cubs tie Tim Raines Wysox Vej Kymm 65. John Smiley Cin tie Mitch Williams Phi 66. Robin Yount Mil 67. Ozzie Smith St 68. Bob Welch Oak 69. Lou Whitaker det 70. Mike Greenwell bos 3.800.000 3.800.000 3.800.000 3,777,625 3.757.000 3.750.000 3.750.000 3.700.000 3,666,667 3.658.333 3.650.000 3.650.000 3.650.000 3.625.000 3.550.000 3.500.000 3.500.000 3.500.000 3.475.000 3.466.055 3,464.458 3.450.000 3.433.333 3.425.000 Power selects Mcbride in Nusl draft deals rights As pail of unique situation by Bob Gordon daily Herald correspondent Brian Mcbride was with the Power. For an hour. The former Buffalo Grove High school standout was the Chicago Powers first selection in wednesdays Nusl draft. But if the St. Louis University All american Forward who was Cho sen by Chicago in the territorial phase of the draft plays in the league this year it will be with the St. Louis steamers. A a it a a unique situation a said Power owner Hon Bergstrom. A but its one that could Benefit All of the parties the Power traded Mcbride a rights for the rest of this season to St. Louis for a first round pick next year that would allow Mcbride to finish work toward his degree while playing professional soccer. Should Mcbride a member of the a a by team of the u s National program decide to continue playing in the Nusl next season the Power would relinquish St. Louis draft Choice in 1994 and regain the rights to Mcbride. If notes Mcbride plays in Europe or a new american outdoor league next year the Power would retain the draft pick. Not Only did the Power not keep its territorial Choice it sold its first round selection to Baltimore which selected Brian Bates the sweeper from Mcaa Champion Virginia. The second round pick also w As non existent As the Power passed it along to Buffalo to finalize a earlier Deal that brought Forward Art Kramer to Chicago. After All of that the Power did end up with a pair of players both from the Chicago area. Peter Duitsman an All Stater from Naperville Central was the third round Choice from South Carolina. The 5-foot-Io, 155-Pound defender scored 4 goals for the Mcaa runners up. Eastern Illinois midfielder Jim Harkness was the Power s final Choice. Neither Duitsman nor Harkness a brother Rice product is expected to sign with the Power for the remainder of the 1993-94 season. The Power missed out on to o other local players. Wisconsin goalkeeper Tim deck a Carmel graduate was a first round pick of Detroit. Indiana sweeper Bisk. Rodgers of Stevenson was taken by Canton to Start the second round. A the Power continues its five game Home stand with 7 30 . Contests both Friday and saturday at the horizon. Keder though wont be continuing his Power career. Keder who was signed last summer to help the Power s slug Gish attack was suspended indefinitely by coach Pato Margetic tuesday and is not expected to rejoin the team. The former Mil Star played in Allio games this year scoring his fourth goal of the season to go with 4 assists in sundays loss to Baltimore. A this just did t work out the Way we Margetic said. A the did t live up to after dropping a pair of Home games last weekend. Margetic is expecting different results from his charges this weekend. Sports shorts Golf report Daly to miss first 12 events of 94 John Daly suspended last month by pea tour commissioner Deane Beman after picking up his Ball during the Kapahua International in Hawaii will miss the first 12 events of next year according to Golf world Magazine. Daly currently undergoing counselling for alcoholism As part of a rehabilitation program will return to the tour at the Freeport me Moran classic in new Orleans March 31-april 3, the week before the masters. Daly finished third in the masters a year ago after returning from an earlier pea suspension. The Magazine reported that in con venation with fuzzy Zoeller and other friends Daly has said he will not play competitive Golf before the new Orleans event. During the time off he plans to test some clubs practice film some commercials and work on a a i i it playing better guitar. Pea tour spokesman John moms declined comment on the report. Football skip Holtz in line for Connecticut Job notre Dame offensive coordinator skip Holtz is among the top candidates to be head coach at Connecticut a Job his father Lou could not get almost 30 years ago. Holtz 29. Met with Connecticut athletic director Lew Perkins last week. He would replace Tom Jackson As coach of the division i a huskies who were 6-5 this season. I would think if he is interested from what i can Tell the interest is there from Connecticut a Tim Tolokan Connecticut s associate athletic director told the South Bend Tribune. A new coach could be named this month. Holtz is away from notre Dame until Friday on a recruiting trip. A a in a be lying if i said i m not interested a he told in Sny a a. The new Haven registered i Lier this week. Holtz was Durn in Storrs conn., when his father was offensive coordinator in 1964-65. The elder Holtz was bypassed for the head coaching Job during that time. Basketball mixers set to dose Deal on new Jersey Arena new Jersey gov. Jim Florio and Philadelphia 76ers owner Harold Katz said wednesday they Are very close to completing a Deal to bring the Aba team to Camden. After a 10-minute meeting at the governors office in Trenton. Katz and Florio said an official announcement for the move and the construction of an Arena on the Camden waterfront could be made by the end of this week. A we Are making definite and genuine Progress a Florio said. Katz said Only a Little items needed to be resolved before the Deal is finalized. 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