Hoosier Racing Tire -- Announced that Darrell Waltrip, owner and driver of the No. 17 Western Auto Chevrolet Lumina, will switch from Goodyear to Hoosier.
California Angels -- Signed P John Dopson (Finksburg) to a minor-league contract.
Florida Marlins -- Agreed to terms with SS Kurt Abbott, OF Jesus Tavarez, P Jeff Mutis, P Mike Myers, P Javier De La Hoya and former Orioles minor-league P Kip Yaughn on one-year contracts.
Kansas City Royals -- Agreed to a $1.6 million, one-year contract with P Stan Belinda, who $1,165,000 last season; he had asked for $2 million in arbitration, and the Royals had offered $1.35 million. P Tom Gordon (12-6, 3.58 ERA), who made $890,000 last season, was awarded $2,635,000 by arbitrator Rolf Valtin; the Royals offered $1.4 million.
Montreal Expos -- Named Ed Creech director of scouting. P Mel Rojas (5-8, 2.95 ERA), who made $300,000 last season, will get $850,000, instead of his request for $1.2 million, arbitrator Reginald Alleyne decided.
Pittsburgh Pirates -- Named Steve Sloan assistant GM and Reid Mitchell director of marketing for Single-A Welland, not for the major-league club as was reported erroneously yesterday.
Texas Rangers -- Agreed to a one-year, $2.3 million deal with P Kenny Rogers (16-10, 4.10 ERA), who made $1 million last season. Rogers had asked for $2.5 million in arbitration; the Rangers had offered $2 million.
NBA -- Suspended Philadelphia 76ers C Shawn Bradley for one game (last night's) and fined him $3,000 for making excessive physical contact with a referee. Named Orlando Magic G Anfernee Hardaway Rookie of the Month and the Chicago Bulls' Phil Jackson Coach of the Month.
Phoenix Suns -- Signed G Elliott Perry to a second 10-day contract.
Italian Basketball Federation -- Suspended Montecatini G Mario Boni, the Italian league's leading scorer, for two years for taking steroids.
Saskatoon Slam (NBL) -- Rehired Bill Klucas coach and named him director of basketball operations.
Ivy League -- Named Princeton G Sydney Johnson (Towson Catholic) Rookie of the Week. Johnson ranks second in the nation in three-point field goal percentage (.548, 23-for-42).
Tip-Off Classic -- Announced that 1994-95 college basketball season opener Nov. 25 in Springfield, Mass., will match Arkansas and Massachusetts.
Bowling Green -- Announced the resignation of AD Jack Gregory, effective July 1.
UC Santa Barbara -- Will apply for a medical redshirt for senior basketball F Duane Carter (tendinitis in his right Achilles' tendon).
Texas-El Paso -- Named Todd Whitten running backs coach.
Tulane -- Named Buddy Geis offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach.
Valdosta State -- Announced the retirement of women's basketball coach Charles Cooper at the end of the season.
NFL Players Association -- Named Carl Francis director of communications.
Atlanta Falcons -- Named Milt Jackson receivers coach.
Denver Broncos -- Named Rex Norris defensive line coach.
New Orleans Saints -- Named Everett Withers defensive assistant coach.
New York Jets -- Named Larry Coyer defensive line coach.
San Diego Chargers -- Named Frank Falks tight ends and H-backs coach.
Tampa Bay Buccaneers -- Named Mike DuBose defensive line coach and Mike Mularkey offensive assistant coach.
Washington Redskins -- Named Norv Turner coach.
Johnnie Walker Classic -- Announced that Greg Norman (lung infection) and Nick Price (tendinitis in arm) are questionable.
Pebble Beach National Pro-Am -- Announced withdrawals of Joe Montana, Don Johnson and Gene Hackman.
Florida Panthers -- Announced that RW Scott Mellanby (broken nose, fractured eye socket) and G John Vanbiesbrouck (cut right hand) will be sidelined more than a week. Recalled G Eldon Reddick from IHL Cincinnati.
Pittsburgh Penguins -- Signed D Ian Moran.
St. Louis Blues -- Named Reggie Lemelin goalie consultant.
Toronto Maple Leafs -- Recalled C Yanic Perreault from AHL St.John's.
USA Wrestling -- Named Dan Gable coach and John Peterson assistant coach of the 1994 world freestyle team.
World Cup -- Announced that Walt Disney Co. withdrew as producer of this summer's opening ceremony in Chicago over what organizers describe as "artistic differences."
Chicago Power (NPSL) -- Signed M Scott Geraghty.
Cleveland Crunch (NPSL) -- Signed M Matt Garey.