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Wood Named GM of Astros

December 08, 1987|United Press International

DALLAS — Bill Wood became general manager of the Houston Astros at the winter meetings Monday, highlighting a day otherwise dominated by minor free agents.

Wood's appointment ended a two-month vacancy at the position. Meanwhile, two free agents joined new clubs: outfielder Bob Dernier to Philadelphia and pitcher Don Schulze to Minnesota.

In addition, left-hander Bob McClure re-signed with Montreal, catcher Chris Bando rejoined Cleveland, reliever Gene Garber returned to Kansas City and outfielder Larry Herndon re-signed with Detroit.

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