Baseball Baltimore Orioles -- Named Rick Dempsey organizational instructor.
Cincinnati Reds -- Placed 1B Hal Morris (broken right hand) on the 15-day DL. Activated P Rob Dibble. Optioned P Steve Foster to Triple-A Nashville. Called up IF Gary Green.
Oakland Athletics -- Placed C Terry Steinbach (hairline fracture of left wrist) on the 15-day DL, retroactive to April 10. Recalled C Henry Mercedes from Triple-A Tacoma.
Seattle Mariners -- Activated C Matt Sinatro from the 15-day DL. Recalled P Jeff Nelson (Catonsville High, Catonsville CC) from Triple-A Calgary. Sent P Kevin Brown and OF Patrick Lennon to Calgary.
Texas Rangers -- Placed IF Monty Fariss on the 15-day DL. Recalled P Barry Manuel from Triple-A Oklahoma City.
Indiana Pacers -- Placed C Rik Smits (tendinitis in left knee) on the injured list. Activated G-F Sean Green.
NAIA -- Announced that starting with the 1993-94 academic year, schools will be limited for the first time in the number of scholarships allowed per sport. Schools may award 33 full scholarships for Division I football, 12 for Division I basketball, 12 for volleyball, 12 for softball, 12 for baseball and fewer for other sports.
East Tennessee State -- Extended the contract of men's basketball coach Alan LeForce (52-12) through 1995.
George Washington -- G Kwame Evans (Southern; first-team All-Metro) signed a basketball letter of intent.
Jackson State -- Named James Carson, the team's defensive coordinator since 1977, football coach.
Lewis-Clark State -- Named Mark Amaral basketball coach.
Purdue -- Sophomore basketball G Travis Trice, a former starter, announced he plans to transfer.
Wellesley -- Named Sue Landau women's field hockey and lacrosse coach.
New York Jets -- Re-signed PK Raul Allegre.
European Tour -- Reduced by three years Swedish pro Johan Tumba's 10-year ban for changing his score card during an 1991 qualifying competition in Essex, England.
IOC -- Announced that following cities met yesterday's deadline for submitting bids to be host of the 2000 Summer Olympics: Beijing; Berlin; Brasilia, Brazil; Istanbul, Turkey; Manchester, England; Milan, Italy; Sydney, Australia; and Tashkent, Uzbekistan.
FIFA -- Threw out a Dominican Republic protest and upheld Puerto Rico as the winner of a regional qualifying series for the World Cup.
Davis Cup -- Semifinals between the United States and Sweden will be played at Target Center in Minnesota on Sept. 25-27.