BaseballBaltimore Orioles -- Named Frank Robinson assistant...


Baltimore Orioles -- Named Frank Robinson assistant GM.


California Angels -- Optioned P Scott Lewis to Class AAA Edmonton. Placed OF Junior Felix on 15-day DL. Recalled P Joe Grahe and OF Ruben Amaro Jr. from Edmonton.

Cincinnati Reds -- Placed P Scott Scudder on 15-day DL. Designated 1B Reggie Jefferson for minor-league assignment. Assigned SS Calvin Reese to rookie-league Princeton.


Houston Astros -- Recalled OF Eric Anthony from Class AAA Tucson. Optioned OF Karl Rhodes Tucson.

Montreal Expos -- Claimed OF Kenny Williams off waivers from Toronto Blue Jays.

New York Mets -- Claimed P Dan Schatzeder on waivers from Kansas City Royals and assigned him to Class AAA Tidewater.

New York Yankees -- Placed P Pascual Perez on 15-day DL. Called up P Jeff Johnson from Class AAA Columbus.

Pittsburgh Pirates -- Signed C John Farrell, P Matt Ruebel and P Deon Danner.

San Diego Padres -- Placed P Ed Whitson on 15-day DL, retroactive to May 27. Purchased contract of C Brian Dorsett from Class AAA Las Vegas.

Toronto Blue Jays -- Purchased contract of P Juan Guzman from Class AAA Syracuse.



New York Knicks -- Named Red Holzman consultant.


ECC -- Appointed Dr. Judith Davidson, AD at Central Connecticut State University, president for 2-year term. Dr. Charles Brown, AD at the University of Maryland Baltimore County, was named VP.

Loyola -- Announced that 6 of 12 recruits for 1991 soccer team are from Maryland. They are F Rich Aftorra of Broadneck; B Dan Donovan of Loyola; MF Brian Geraghty of Calvert Hall; F Bill Heiser of Eleanor Roosevelt; B David Nelka of Howard; and MF Andy Wheetenkemp of Loyola.

Southern Cal -- Named Jack Fertig assistant basketball coach.



Kansas City Chiefs -- Signed CB Patrick Allen and G Michael Harris.


Boston Bruins -- Named Rick Bowness coach.

New York Islanders -- Announced that coach Al Arbour will return for 1991-92 season.

Toronto Maple Leafs -- Named Cliff Fletcher president, GM and chief operating officer, effective July 1. Announced resignation of Donald Giffin, president.