Boston Red Sox -- P Tim Vanegmond and IF Billy Hall agreed to terms on one-year contracts.
Houston Astros -- Signed OF Carmelo Martinez to a minor-league contract.
New York Mets -- Agreed to terms with SS Luis Rivera on a one-year contract. Signed P Bob Kipper.
NBA -- Announced that San Antonio will be the site of the 1996 All-Star Game. Announced that the Cleveland-Los Angeles Clippers game scheduled for tomorrow night will be played at the Great Western Forum due to damage at the L.A. Sports Arena, and that the Sacramento-Los Angeles Lakers game postponed Monday will be played Feb. 10.
Chicago Bulls -- Activated C Bill Cartwright from the injured list. Placed C-F Stacey King on the injured list.
Cleveland Cavaliers -- Placed F Tyrone Hill on the injured list. Signed C Jay Guidinger to a 10-day contract.
Dartmouth -- Announced the resignation of Bobby Clark, men's soccer coach, to become the New Zealand national team coach.
Memphis State -- Announced G Sidney Coles, F Jerrell Horne and C Michael Simmons were suspended for last night's game against Murray State for disciplinary reasons.
Muhlenberg -- Named Greg Olejack football coach.
Green Bay Packers -- Fired Bob Noel, equipment manager.
New York Jets -- Named Brad Seely special teams coach.
Detroit Red Wings -- Sent D Gord Kruppke to AHL Adirondack. Assigned F Greg Johnson to the Canadian Olympic Team.
Pittsburgh Penguins -- Sent LW Markus Naslund, G Roberto Romano and RW Ed Patterson to IHL Cleveland.
Quebec Nordiques -- Agreed to terms with C Claude Lapointe on a multiyear contract.
St. Louis Blues -- Recalled D Jeff Batters from IHL Peoria.
International Olympic Committee -- Awarded U.S. television rights to the 1998 Winter Games at Nagano, Japan, to CBS television, which bid $375 million.
United States Tennis Association -- Named Marty Riessen captain of the United States Federation Cup team.