Atlanta Braves -- Agreed to terms with P Jerry Koller and OF Mike Kelly on one-year contracts.
Boston Red Sox -- Agreed to terms with IF Carlos Quintana on a one-year contract.
Chicago Cubs -- Agreed to terms with C Darron Cox, IF Jose Hernandez and OF Ozzie Timmons on one-year contracts.
Chicago White Sox -- Agreed to terms with OF Michael Jordan on a minor-league contract and invited him to spring training as a non-roster player.
Detroit Tigers -- Agreed to terms with P Tim Belcher on a one-year contract.
Minnesota Twins -- Agreed to terms with P Scott Erickson, P Pat Mahomes, P Oscar Munoz, P Dave Stevens, P Kevin Tapani, C Matt Walbeck, IF Jeff Reboulet, IF Chip Hale, IF Denny Hocking, IF David McCarty, IF Gary Scott, IF Scott Stahoviak and OF Pedro Munoz on one-year contracts.
New York Mets -- Suspended P Bret Saberhagen for the first five days of the 1994 season.
NBA -- Announced the Hoosier Dome in Indianapolis has been selected site of the 1994 Draft. Named San Antonio C David Robinson Player of the Week.
Memphis (USBL) -- Announced its nickname will be Fire.
British Boxing Board of Control -- Fined heavyweights Michael Bentt and Herbie Hide $14,800 each for trading punches at a pre-fight news conference Jan. 10.
Brigham Young -- Announced the resignation of assistant football coach Dick Felt.
Cincinnati -- Named Dana Bible offensive coordinator and QB coach, L.C. Cole RB coach, Paul Dunn offensive line coach, Greg Karpinsky defensive line coach and Don Treadwell receivers coach. Rehired TE coach and recruiting coordinator John Harbaugh, DE coach Tom Roggeman and IL coach Jerry Rosburg.
MEAC -- Named Coppin State G Sidney Goodman and South Carolina State G Wanda Wiggins players of the week. Named F Joe Bunn (North Carolina A&T), Nisha Watson (North Carolina A & T) and C Denique Graves (Howard) rookies of the week.
NCAA -- Announced the retirement of Ted C. Tow, associate executive director, effective Feb. 25. Named G Derrick Phelps (North Carolina) Player of the Week and C Tim Duncan (Wake Forest) Rookie of the Week. Named F Wendy Palmer (Virginia) Player of the Week and G Marion Jones (North Carolina) Rookie of the Week.
Northwestern -- Granted an indefinite leave of absence for men's basketball coach Ricky Byrdsong. Announced that assistant coach Paul Swanson will run the team in Byrdsong's absence.
Rutgers -- Named John Gutekunst defensive coordinator and defensive backs coach. Reassigned Rick Rachel to special teams and TE coach.
South Carolina -- Named John Eason WR coach.
Urbana -- Named Dan Wesson head football coach.
Atlanta Falcons -- Named Greg Brown secondary coach and Bob Palcic offensive line coach.
L Cleveland Browns -- Named Jacob Burney defensive line coach.
New York Jets -- Named Don Breaux TE coach.
Phoenix Cardinals -- Named Dave Atkins offensive coordinator/RB coach, Ronnie Jones defensive coordinator, Matt Cavanaugh QB coach, Guy Morriss offensive line assistant, Dan Neal offensive line coach, Al Roberts special teams coach, Rex Ryan defensive line coach, Ted Plumb WR and TE coach, Ted Cottrell LB coach and Bob Rogucki strength and conditioning coach.
Detroit Red Wings -- Recalled LW Mark Pederson, D Bob Halkidis, RW Gord Kruppke and RW Steve Maltais.
NHL -- Named Montreal LW Vincent Damphousse Player of the Week.
USA Wrestling -- Named Gene Davis coach and Joe Seay assistant coach for the 1994 freestyle World Cup team.