The agreement: A player pool system was adapted as the solution to the free-agent compensation issue; owners won a one-year extension, until end of 1984 season, of baseball's Basic Agreement; players will be accredited service for period of the strike; minimum salary goes from $35,000 to $40,000 a year.

Championship season resumes: Monday, Aug. 10.

All-Star Game: Sunday, Aug. 9, in Cleveland, approximately 8:30 p.m. To be televised on NBC-TV.

Standings and playoff format: Still to be determined. Owners have until Aug. 9 to decide if they want to split season, with teams that led their divisions at the time of the strike declared winners of the first half of the season. The winners of each portion in each of the four divisions would meet in a best-of-five playoff series to determine the division champions. Owners could opt to pick up the remainder of the schedule and use the playoff format now in effect.

First Oriole home game: Monday, Aug. 10, at 7:30 p.m. vs. Kansas City Royals in Memorial Stadium.

Oriole workouts open to public Sunday, Aug. 2; Wednesday, Aug. 5; Saturday, Aug. 8, and Sunday, Aug. 9, all starting at noon in Memorial Stadium.

Oriole ticket windows open: Saturdays, 9-6; Sundays, noon-6; Monday-Friday, 9-9, at Memorial Stadium. Washington area telephone numbers: 621-1895 and 347-2525; Baltimore area: (301) 338-1161.

Length of strike: 58 days when play resumes.

Games missed: 706 through Aug. 9; 38 percent of season.