4 Kansas City Royals -- Waived OF Jeffrey Leonard.
Milwaukee Brewers -- Named Fred Stanley director of player development. Reassigned Dick Hackett, vice president of marketing, to the position of vice president of governmental affairs.
New York Yankees -- Waived OF Pat Sheridan for the purpose of giving him his unconditional release.
Texas Rangers -- Announced IF Mario Diaz, IF Gary Green and C Mark Parent have rejected outright assignment to Class AAA Oklahoma City and become free agents.
Toronto Blue Jays -- Named Hank Zacharias scouting department administrator; Bill Moore scouting supervisor for Southern California; and Joe Siers and Alvin Rittman scouts for Florida. Assigned P Efrain Valdez outright to Class AAA Syracuse. Added 1B Domingo Martinez to the 40-man roster. Announced John Stearns, manager of Class AA Knoxville and Julio Division, pitching coach for Class A St. Catharines of the New York-Penn League, will not return to their respective positions next season.
New Jersey Nets -- Waived F Teo Alibegovic.
Glassboro State -- Named Joseph Cassidy and Robert Pedrick men's assistant basketball coaches.
Illinois -- Announced F Andy Kaufmann will be academically ineligible to play basketball this season.
Kansas -- Announced G Sean Tunstall was suspended indefinitely from the basketball team for a series of undisclosed violations of team and departmental policies.
Cincinnati Bengals -- Waived OL Brian Blados and S Joe King. Activated RB Ickey Woods and OL Kirk Scrafford. Signed OT Rick Trumbull and LB Brent Collins.
Indianapolis Colts -- Waived OL Mark Cannon.
8, Seattle Seahawks -- Waived QB Jeff Kemp.
NHL -- Announced that Lanny McDonald and Bobby Clarke would be the honorary captains for the All-Star Game on Jan. 18 at the Spectrum in Philadelphia.
Minnesota North Stars -- Acquired RW Tony Joseph from the Winnipeg Jets for C Tyler Larter.
Quebec Nordiques -- Signed G Stephane Fiset to a multiyear contract.
San Jose Sharks -- Recalled F Ed Courtenay from Kansas City (IHL). Sent F David Bruce and F Kevin Evans to Kansas City.