Auto racing Truesports IndyCar racing team -- Announced that president and manager Steve Horne resigned.
Cincinnati Reds -- Activated OF Reggie Sanders from the 15-day Called up C Scott Bradley from Triple-A Nashville. Optioned OF Jacob Brumfield and IF Jeff Branson to Nashville.
New York Mets -- Optioned OF D.J. Dozier to Triple-A Tidewater.
Philadelphia Phillies -- Acquired P Ben Rivera from the Atlanta Braves for P Donnie Elliott.
St. Louis Cardinals -- Extended the contracts of manager Joe Torre and GM Dal Maxvill through the 1994 season.
NBA -- Fined Chicago Bulls Stacey King $5,000 for his flagrant foul against Danny Ferry of the Cleveland Cavaliers during Wednesday's playoff game.
New Jersey Nets -- Named Chuck Daly coach.
Seattle SuperSonics -- Announced that G-F Nate McMillan has signed a five-year contract.
Atlantic Coast Conference -- Named Richard W. Chryst, assistant commissioner of the Southwest Conference, to similar position with ACC.
Cal Poly-San Luis Obispo -- Named Terry Crawford, the 1988 Olympic women's track and field coach, co-director of the track and field program. Crawford had been head coach at Texas.
East Carolina -- Announced the resignation of Pat Pierson, women's basketball coach.
Purdue -- Named John W. Hicks interim athletic director, effective July 1.
Wake Forest -- Announced that athletic director G. Eugene Hooks will retire next year.
F: Wilkes -- Named Jerry Rickrode men's basketball coach.
Kansas City Chiefs -- Named Lynn Stiles vice president of player personnel.
San Diego Chargers -- Signed WR Greg Byrne, OT Mark Nua and LB Jerrelle Williams. Released RB Leon Brown.
International Tennis Federation -- Fined John McEnroe $7,500 for audible obscenities at the French Open during his match Tuesday.