Baseball Chicago White Sox -- Named former Oriole Dallas Williams base-running and outfield coordinator.
Detroit Tigers -- Signed P Steve Ontiveros to a contract with Class AAA Toledo.
Los Angeles Dodgers -- Signed P Pedro Martinez, brother of P Ramon Martinez, to a one-year contract.
Milwaukee Brewers -- Signed P Doug Henry (2-1, 1.00 ERA) to a one-year contract.
Minnesota Twins -- Agreed to terms with OF Jarvis Brown (.216 in 37 AB) to a one-year contract.
New York Yankees -- Named former manager Stump Merrill roving minor-league instructor.
San Francisco Giants -- Signed OF Darren Lewis (.248, 1 HR, 15 RBI) to a one-year contract.
Toronto Blue Jays -- Signed OF Rob Ducey (.235 in 68 AB) and OF Turner Ward (.239, 0, 7 with the Indians and Blue Jays) to one-year contracts.
Basketball Los Angeles Lakers -- Signed C Vlade Divac to a reported six-year, $19.5 million contract.
San Antonio Spurs -- Signed G Trent Tucker to a 10-day contract.
Oklahoma City Cavalry (CBA) -- Signed F Richard Dumas.
Rockford Lightning -- Signed C Sean Muto. Waived C-F Mark Peterson and former Maryland G Matt Roe.
Colleges Carroll -- Announced the resignation of Tom Kelly, women's basketball coach.
Hunter -- Suspended the baseball team indefinitely for lack of minimal practice and playing facilities.
Idaho -- Promoted Art Valero, offensive line coach, to assistant head coach.
Morehead State -- Announced the resignation of women's basketball coach Loretta Marlow.
N.C.-Charlotte -- Named Loren Hibbs baseball coach, effective June 1.
Pace -- Named Lonnie Drinks running backs coach.
Football CFL -- Named Larry Smith commissioner.
Hockey Boston Bruins -- Signed RW Glen Murray.
Chicago Blackhawks -- Signed D Igor Kravchuk to a two-year contract.
New York Islanders -- Signed D Scott Lachance to a four-year contract.
Quebec Nordiques -- Claimed LW Gino Cavallini off waivers from the Blues.
St. Louis Blues -- Signed LW Philippe Bozon to a multiyear contract.
Winnipeg Jets -- Traded D Moe Mantha (4 assists in 12 games) to the Flyers for future considerations.
Media SEC -- Announced agreement with Jefferson Pilot Sports to televise SEC football games in nine states for the next four years.