Chicago White Sox -- Claimed P Tim Fortugno off waivers from the Cincinnati Reds.
Houston Astros -- Retained manager Rick Sweet and pitching coach Brent Strom of Triple-A Tucson.
Los Angeles Dodgers -- Announced that Mickey Hatcher will return as coach of Rookie-level Great Falls.
Chicago Rockers (CBA) -- Announced the retirement of former NBA F Fred Roberts.
Frederick Flyers (Atlantic Basketball Association) -- Signed G Keith Carroll.
Big West Conference -- Suspended New Mexico State C Crafton Ferguson for two games for elbowing UC Santa Barbara's Doug Muse.
Pigskin Classic -- Announced that Michigan will play host to the 1995 game.
Berea -- Named Craig Jefferson men's interim basketball coach and Kelly Combs men's assistant basketball coach.
UC-Irvine -- Suspended G Chris Brown from the men's basketball team for two games.
Mercer -- Announced that the women's basketball team will no longer be known as the Lady Bears or Teddy Bears, but as the Bears.
Notre Dame -- Junior WR Derrick Mayes announced that he will return for his senior year.
Ohio State -- Announced that OT Korey Stringer has declared himself eligible for the NFL draft. Announced that starting junior F Otis Winston dislocated his right shoulder in practice and is out indefinitely.
Stanford -- Named Dave Borbely offensive line coach.
Texas -- Announced that WR Lovell Pinkney has declared himself eligible for the NFL draft.
Atlanta Falcons -- Announced that DE Chuck Smith had reconstructive surgery of the anterior cruciate ligament in his right knee. He will begin a seven-to-nine month rehabilitation program.
Carolina Panthers -- Signed OL Emerson Martin and ex-Washington Redskins OL Matt Elliott.
Green Bay Packers -- Placed S Ray Wilson on IR. Activated LB Bernard Carter.
Jacksonville Jaguars -- Signed TE Rich Griffith, DT Ray Hall and WR Willie Harris.
New York Jets -- The Associated Press announced that it erroneously reported Thursday that the team had fired 14 assistant coaches along with head coach Pete Carroll. The assistants were not fired.