Hagan Racing Chevrolet -- Announced that IndyCar driver John Andretti will compete on the NASCAR Winston Cup circuit for the next three years, starting in 1994. He will replace Terry Labonte, who is moving to Hendrick Motorsports.
Orioles -- Obtained OF Lonnie Smith from the Pittsburgh Pirates for two minor-leaguers to be named. Asked unconditional waivers on 1B Glenn Davis. Sent P Armando Benitez and OF Alex Ochoa from Single-A Frederick to Double-A Bowie. Placed OF Stanton Cameron on Bowie's DL.
Chicago White Sox -- Acquired C Doug Lindsey from Philadelphia as the player to be named in the Sept. 1 trade of P Donn Pall to the Phillies. Announced a five-year contract extension for broadcaster Ken Harrelson through the 1999 season.
Florida Marlins -- Sent OF Monty Fariss outright to Triple-A Edmonton.
Kansas City Royals -- Recalled 1B Bob Hamelin, SS David Howard, 2B Terry Shumpert, 3B Phil Hiatt, IF Craig Wilson (Annapolis High; Anne Arundel CC), P Mark Gardner and former Orioles P Dennis Rasmussen. Called up P Jeff Granger, their first-round pick in the 1993 draft, from Single-A Eugene.
Montreal Expos -- Recalled IF Charlie Montoyo from Triple-A Ottawa. Designated P Pete Young for assignment.
New York Mets -- Recalled 3B Butch Huskey from Double-A Binghamton.
Philadelphia Phillies -- Recalled P Brad Brink from Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre.
Pittsburgh Pirates -- Placed P Randy Tomlin and P Zane Smith on the 60-day DL. Waived IB-OF Mike Bell for the purpose of giving him his unconditional release. Recalled OF Midre Cummings and P Paul Miller from Triple-A Buffalo and 1B Rich Aude, P Danny Miceli and SS Tony Womack from Double-A Carolina.
San Diego Padres -- Purchased the contract of P Rudy Seanez from Triple-A Las Vegas. Sent P Mark Ettles outright to Las Vegas, pending his clearing waivers. Announced a five-year cable television agreement with Cox Cable and Prime Ticket Network.
Chicago Bulls -- Signed free-agent G Steve Kerr, who had been with the Orlando Magic.
Detroit Pistons -- Signed F-C Greg Anderson. Named Walt Perrin assistant coach.
Orlando Magic -- Signed G Mike Iuzzolino.
Phoenix Suns -- Signed F Malcolm Mackey.
:. San Antonio Spurs -- Re-signed F Sam Mack.
Miller Lite -- Named Los Angeles Raiders QB Jeff Hostetler (23-for-27, 225 yards) Player of the Week.
NFL -- Named Kansas City Chiefs QB Joe Montana AFC Offensive Player of the Week, Los Angeles Raiders DE Anthony Smith AFC Defensive Player, San Diego Chargers PK John Carney AFC Special Teams Player, Washington Redskins QB Mark Rypien NFC Offensive Player, New York Giants LB Lawrence Taylor Defensive Player and Detroit Lions PK Jason Hanson NFC Special Teams player.
Cleveland Browns -- Signed DB Louis Riddick. Waived DL Ernie Logan and DB Curtis Cotton. Signed LB Rich McKenzie and OL Chris Luneberg to the practice squad. Waived TE Frank Hartley and DB Eric Hamilton from the practice squad.
Denver Broncos -- Signed NT Alphonso Taylor.
New England Patriots -- Signed OL Rich Baldinger. Cut C Steve Gordon.
New Orleans Saints -- Re-signed CB Israel Byrd to the practice squad.
Seattle Seahawks -- Signed FB Mack Strong to the practice squad.
Toronto Argonauts (CFL) -- Named Ron Barbaro chairman of the board, CEO and president.
Chicago Blackhawks -- Signed free-agent F Rob Cimetta.
Hartford Whalers -- Announced that coach Paul Holmgren will take on the duties of interim GM. Promoted assistant coach Pierre McGuire to assistant GM and director of pro scouting Kevin Maxwell to director of player personnel. Named Paul Gillis assistant coach. Fired director of hockey operations Tom Rowe.
Mighty Ducks of Anaheim -- Named Chris Madsen television play-by-play announcer, Matt McConnell radio play-by-play announcer and Charlie Simmer as radio analyst.
Vancouver Canucks -- Agreed to terms with D Dana Murzyn on a multi-year contract.
Belmont Park -- Suspended jockey Dennis Carr for 10 days for careless riding aboard Frozen Ammo during the third race Sept. 4.
Spirit (NPSL) -- Signed D Troy Snyder. Announced that Mike Stankovic will return as assistant coach.