Major league teams have been given an extra 48 hours to try to sign their own players who have declared for free agency, officials of baseball and the players association said last night in New York. Yankee pitcher Ron Guidry's agent said it didn't matter, he was going into Friday's draft.

Guidry's attorney in Lafayette, La., said the Yankees had refused to meet the left-hander's demands for a five-year, $1 million-a-year contract and he will be up for draft. Similar word came from second baseman Jerry Remy, who turned down a $500,000-a-year contract to remain with the Red Sox. Teams Given More Time From News Services

Major league teams have been given an extra 48 hours to try to sign their own players who have declared for free agency, officials of baseball and the players association said last night in New York. Yankee pitcher Ron Guidry's agent said it didn't matter, he was going into Friday's draft.

Guidry's attorney in Lafayette, La., said the Yankees had refused to meet the left-hander's demands for a five-year, $1 million-a-year contract and he will be up for draft. Similar word came from second baseman Jerry Remy, who turned down a $500,000-a-year contract to remain with the Red Sox.