Baseball Atlanta Braves -- Agreed to terms...


Baseball Atlanta Braves -- Agreed to terms with OF Dave Justice (.282, 28 HRs, 78 RBI) on one-year contract worth $300,000.

Detroit Tigers -- Won arbitration case with Dan Petry (10-9, 4.45 ERA), who will be paid $650,000 for 1991; he had asked for $1.35 million.

Montreal Expos -- Agreed to terms with OF Moises Alou (.200), P Kent Bottenfield and P Doug Piatt on one-year contracts.

New York Mets -- Named Craig Sanders assistant director of public relations.

Texas Rangers -- Signed OF Pete Incaviglia (.233, 24, 85) to a one year contract for $1.675 million, avoiding salary arbitration. He had asked for $2.1 million; club had offered $1.35 million. Last year, Incaviglia made $825,000.

Toronto Blue Jays -- Agreed to terms with SS Manny Lee (.243, 6, 41) on one-year contract.

Basketball NBA -- Fined Sacramento Kings C Ralph Sampson $5,000 for a "flagrant elbow violation" against New Jersey's Chris Dudley during incident Tuesday night in East Rutherford, N.J.

Los Angeles Clippers -- Traded C Benoit Benjamin to the Seattle SuperSonics for C Olden Polynice and Seattle's 1991 and 1993 first-round draft choices.

Football NFL -- Announced that Robert Tisch agreed to purchase 50 percent of New York Giants from group headed by Tim Mara.

Cleveland Browns -- Named Hal Hunter offensive line coach.

Dallas Cowboys -- Named Robert Ford tight end coach.

New York Giants -- Named Ray Handley offensive coordinator, Al Groh defensive coordinator and Ron Erhardt assistant head coach.

Hockey Hartford Whalers -- Traded D Doug Crossman to the Detroit Red Wings for D Doug Houda. Recalled LW Chris Tancill and D Jergus Baca from Springfield (AHL).

New York Rangers -- Called up C Brian McReynolds from Binghamton (AHL). Recalled RW Paul Broten from Binghamton after a two-week conditioning period.

Soccer Maryland Bays (APSL) -- Announced resignation of Pete Caringi, coach, to become coach at UMBC. Caringi also will leave his job as coach of Essex Community College.

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