Baseball Atlanta Braves -- Agreed to 1-year...


Baseball Atlanta Braves -- Agreed to 1-year contract with P Jeff Parrett (5-10, 2 saves, 5.10 ERA for Braves and Philadelphia Phillies) for $855,000; Parrett had sought $925,000, and the Braves had offered $725,000. Agreed to 1-year contract with P Tom Glavine (10-12, 4.28) for $697,500, a raise of $385,000; he had asked for $825,000, and Braves had offered $530,000. Agreed to 1-year deal with P Mike Stanton (0-3, 18.00 in 7 games).

Boston Red Sox -- Agreed to terms with P Roger Clemens (21-6, 1.93) on $21.5 million, 4-year contract extension through 1995. Agreed to terms with OF Randy Kutcher (.230 in 74 at-bats) on 1-year contract.

Houston Astros -- Agreed to 1-year contracts with P Harold Allen, P Al Osuna, P Butch Henry, P Keith Kaiser, P Dean Wilkins, C Terry McGriff, IF Luis Gonzalez and IF Andujar Cedeno.

Kansas City Royals -- Agreed to 1-year contract with OF Jim Eisenreich (.280, 5 HRs, 51 RBI) for $950,000.

Montreal Expos -- Arbitrator John Caraway awarded OF Mike Aldrete (.242, 1 HR, 18 RBI) $510,000, instead of club's offer of $350,000.

New York Mets -- Agreed to terms with OF Chuck Carr on one-year contract.

San Diego Padres -- Arbitrator Rolf Valtin awarded C Benito Santiago (.270, 11, 53; 23-for-62 throwing out base stealers) $1.65 million, instead of $2.5 million he requested. Signed free-agent 3B Jim Presley (.242, 19, 72 RBI) to 1-year contract and claimed OF Jim Vatcher (.260, 1, 7) from Braves.

Seattle Mariners -- Invited C Jim Campanis, C Matt Sinatro, IF Rich Amaral, IF Steve Springer, OF Alonzo Powell, OF Chuck Jackson, P Dave Fleming, P Jeff Nelson, P Pat Perry, P Roger Salkeld and P Vance Lovelace to training camp as non-roster players. Signed Perry, P Mike Walker, IF Frank Bolick, OF Dennis Hood and C Chris Howard. Named Keith Donell and Jim Stewart part-time scouts for Seattle area.

Toronto Blue Jays -- Arbitrator William Rentfro awarded 2B Roberto Alomar (.287, 6, 60) $1.25 million, rather than club offer of $825,000.

Basketball Philadelphia 76ers -- Signed G Tony Harris to second 10-day contract.

LaCrosse Catbirds (CBA) -- Signed G Carlos Clark to 1-year contract. Waived G Dominic Pressley.

Omaha Racers (CBA) -- Suspended F Paul Weakley.

Detroit Dazzlers (LBA) -- Signed G Cary McGehee.

College NCAA -- Announced resignation of William B. Hunt, who headed enforcement department 1977-85, then legislative services department.

Auburn -- Named Sharon Dingman women's volleyball coach.

Hunter -- Named Michael Lippencott baseball coach and Chris Bartek athletic trainer.

Iona -- Named George Maier offensive coordinator and Tim Kepple offensive line coach.

Navy -- Named Phil Emery, assistant strength and conditioning coach at University of Tennessee past 3 years, strength and conditioning coach. Named Elizabeth Shumway, corporate marketing director of The Insiders Guide, sports promotions director.

Sacred Heart -- Named George Foster (52 HRs for Cincinnati Reds in 1977) assistant baseball coach.

Football Orlando Thunder (WLAF) -- Named Galen Hall offensive coordinator, Daryl Edralin linebacker coach, Pete Catan strength and conditioning coach, Bruce Kalish trainer, Dana Martin director of video services and Tracy Solem equipment manager.

Hockey Boston Bruins -- Placed LW Randy Burridge on disabled list. Recalled RW Shayne Stevenson and LW John Carter from Maine (AHL). Sent F Ralph Barahona, F Andy Brickley and F Peter Douris to Maine.

Toronto Maple Leafs -- Returned G Allan Bester to Newmarket (AHL).

Nashville Knights (ECHL) -- Reinstated F Ron Pegett from suspended list and traded his rights to Richmond for F Tim Bean. Placed F Todd Jenkins on injured list, retroactive to Feb. 5.

Horse racing Thoroughbred Racing Association -- Elected Thomas H. Meeker president; Christopher N. Scherf executive vice president and secretary; Richard L Duchossois, David M. Vance and Clifford C. Goodrich vice president; Charles T. Colgan treasurer; and Gladys McKee assistant secretary.

Lacrosse MILL -- Named Rich Nichols vice president and general manager.

Media Associated Press -- Named Larry Siddons, who worked for AP in Baltimore 1970-81, deputy sports editor international headquarters in New York.

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