Atlanta Braves -- Agreed to terms with 1B Ryan Klesko, OF Keith Mitchell, P Pete Smith, P Donnie Elliott, P Matt Murray and P Brian Bark (Randallstown) on one-year contracts. Announced that Willie Stargell, roving hitting instructor, will become special assistant to the director of scouting and player development.
California Angels -- Agreed to terms with P Scott Sanderson on a one-year contract.
Houston Astros -- Agreed to terms with former Orioles P Pete Harnisch on a one-year contract.
Kansas City Royals -- Agreed to terms with OF Chris Gwynn on a one-year contract.
New York Mets -- Agreed to terms with P Jeff Innis on a one-year contract.
St. Louis Cardinals -- Agree to terms with OF Felix Jose on a one-year contract.
San Diego Padres -- Agreed to terms with C Mike Scioscia on a one-year contract.
Yakima Sun Kings (CBA) -- Signed former Washington Bullets F Ed Horton.
Columbus Horizon (CBA) -- Traded former Bullets G Byron Irvin to Fort Wayne for two 1993 first-round draft picks.
Florida State -- Announced that freshman basketball F Derrick Carroll (21-for-67 on three-point attempts) would be lost for three weeks with a broken foot.
Loyola Marymount -- Announced the addition of intercollegiate women's soccer beginning in 1993-94.
Northern Arizona -- Named Scott Pelluer defensive coordinator.
Tennessee State -- Named William Davis football coach.
Wyoming -- Announced Vernon Banks, strength and conditioning coach, has resigned to accept the same position with the Denver Broncos.
Youngstown State -- Announced that the contract of John Stroia, men's basketball coach, will not be renewed.
LPGA -- Announced that Pat Bradley, Dottie Mochrie, Nancy Lopez and Betsy King will play for $450,000 in the LPGA Skins Game May 29-30 at Stonebriar Country Club in Frisco, Texas.
Boston Bruins -- Announced that G Andy Moog pulled a !c hamstring and will be out of the lineup on a day-to-day basis.
Peoria Rivermen (IHL) -- Assigned G Nick Vitucci to ECHL Hampton Roads.
Santa Anita -- Announced the resignation of CEO Robert Strub. Named Stephen Keller CEO.