Sabco Racing -- Named Kenny Wallace (regular in Busch Grand National series and younger brother of former NASCAR Winston Cup champion Rusty Wallace) as temporary replacement for Kyle Petty, who broke his leg Monday.
Atlanta Braves -- Designated C Jerry Willard (.000 in 7 AB) for assignment.
Detroit Tigers -- Waived IF Tony Bernazard (.167 in 12 AB) for purpose of giving him unconditional release.
Philadelphia Phillies -- Signed C Gary Tremblay and assigned him to Class AAA Scranton/Wilkes-Barre.
Texas Rangers -- Announced that bone chips and a bone spur were removed from right elbow of P Brad Arnsberg (0-1, 8.22 ERA) during arthroscopic surgery. He was placed on 15-day DL Monday.
Albuquerque Dukes (Class AAA) -- Activated IF-OF Mickey Hatcher.
San Antonio Spurs -- Announced they will not exercise contract option on F David Greenwood (3.8 ppg, 3.5 rpg), making him unrestricted free agent.
Washington Bullets -- Named Towson State graduate Bonnie Dowling (WMAR-TV assistant director of public affairs) community relations director, replacing Judy Holland, who recently was promoted to vice president of operations in Baltimore.
Albertus Magnus -- Announced resignation of Will Cumpstone, men's basketball coach. Named Tom Blake, men's basketball coach.
Colorado -- Named Ben Gregory running backs coach.
Lamar -- Announced resignation of David Perkins, baseball coach.
Tonya Harding -- 1991 U.S. senior ladies champion left coach Dody Teachman to rejoin former coach Diane Rawlinson.
Phoenix Cardinals -- DL Eric Swann, the sixth pick in the first round, likely will miss rookie camp next month after undergoing arthroscopic knee surgery to repair torn lateral meniscus cartilage.
Goodwill Games -- Announced that 18 U.S. communities are interested in playing host to the 1998 games. They are: Boston; ** Chicago; Dallas; Denver; Houston; Los Angeles; Miami; Minneapolis; New York; Orange County, Calif.; Philadelphia; Phoenix; Pittsburgh; Raleigh-Durham, N.C.; St. Louis; San Antonio; San Diego; and Washington.