Gave RHP Steve Rogers his unconditional release from AAA Edmonton of the Pacific Coast League. Rogers, 35, was cut in May by the Expos after 14 seasons in Montreal and was signed June 3 to a conditional contract. In five starts for the Trappers, he was 1-2 with a 3.82 ERA. Los Angeles Dodgers -- OF Pedro Guerrero, who set a National League record of 15 home runs in June, is the NL player of the month. He hit .344 with 32 hits in 93 at bats and drove in 26 runs.New York Yankees -- OF Rickey Henderson, the American League's leading hitter, has been named AL player of the month. He batted .416, with 47 hits in 113 at bats. He also stole 22 bases in 23 attempts and scored 31 runs. Oakland A's -- Reliever Jay Howell, one of five players traded by the Yankees for Henderson during the offseason, is pitcher of the month. He was 4-1 with six saves and an ERA of 1.07.St. Louis Cardinals -- John Tudor was named National League pitcher of the month after a 6-0 June. He had two complete games and a 1.34 ERA. He allowed only 30 hits and seven earned runs in 47 innings, and struck out 26 while walking one.Miami Marlins -- Class A Florida State League team signed 15-year major league veteran IF Tim Foli, recently released by the Pittsburgh Pirates.