Baseball Boston Red Sox -- Fired Butch Hobson, manager.
Milwaukee Brewers -- Fired Bruce Manno, assistant vice president-baseball operations, and Tom Skibosh, director of media relations.
Montreal Expos -- Announced a two-year player development contract with Albany, Ga., of the South Atlantic League.
Basketball Houston Rockets -- Signed F Adrian Caldwell.
Portland Trail Blazers -- Signed C James Edwards to a one-year contract.
Toronto Raptors -- Named Bob Zuffelato scouting director.
College Maryland -- Christine DeBow was named Atlantic Coast Conference field hockey Player of the Week.
UMBC -- Judy Jackson was named American Volleyball Coaches Association National Player of the Week.
Football Cincinnati Bengals -- Suspended LB Eric Shaw for one game and fined him more than $10,000 for conduct detrimental to the team.
Green Bay Packers -- Claimed CB Forey Duckett off waivers from Cincinnati.
New York Jets -- Waived DT Coleman Rudolph, WR Rob Carpenter and LB Tuineau Alipate.
Seattle Seahawks -- Signed CB Tony Brown. Waived CB Brian Allred.
Washington Redskins -- Signed DB Alan Grant. Waived RB Cedric Smith and DB Sebastian Savage. Activated Tyrone Rush from the practice squad. Signed WR Leslie Shepherd to the practice squad.
Baltimore (CFL) -- Waived LB Ricky Andrews.
Sacramento Gold Miners (CFL) -- Signed LB Roosevelt Collins, OL Brad Henke and WR Marcus Dowdell. Waived WR Tony Jones.
Shreveport Pirates (CFL) -- Fired George Brancato, offensive coordinator, and Bernie Ruoff, special teams coach.
Arena Football League -- Awarded an expansion franchise to St. Louis for the 1995 season. Named Jim Otis general manager.
Hockey Buffalo Sabres -- Suspended G Dominik Hasek indefinitely for leaving camp in a contract dispute. Signed F Randy Wood to a one-year contract. Released D Jason Gladney and D Mike Williamson.
Pittsburgh Penguins -- Released D Allen Pedersen.
Miscellaneous Madison Square Garden -- Announced the resignation of Bob Gutkowski, president. Named New York Knicks president Dave Checketts interim president and president of the newly formed MSG Sports Group.
Olympics Atlanta Committee for the Olympic Games -- Named Dave Maggard managing director of sports.