SOCCER Cosmos Sent W Steve Wegerle to Fort Lauderdale Strikers for first-round picks in NASL drafts today and in 1983, plus cash.
Chicago Sting -- Negotiated 10-year contract with Chicago Park District to play outdoor seasons in Soldier Field. FOOTBALL
Denver Broncos -- Declared FS Mike Harden, knee arthroscopy, out for year.
Los Angeles Rams -- Lost DT Greg Meisner for year, torn knee ligaments. BASEBALL
Texas Rangers -- Released P Steve Comer, 1-6 in 1982, 39-29 career.
Charleston (IL) -- Jordan Kobritz of Bangor, Maine, announced purchase of club, won't move it at least for 1983. BOXING
Middleweight Title Match -- Recently opened 15,000-seat Centrum in Worcester, Mass., awarded Marvin Hagler's Feb. 11 defense vs. No. 1 contender Tony Sibson.
Korean Boxing Commission -- Reported an eight-round exhibition being arranged at Muhammad Ali's request between the ex-champion and a ranked heavyweight, in Seoul or Pusan, Dec. 25 or 26, in memory of Duk Koo Kim. HOCKEY
St. Louis Blues -- Coach/president Emile Francis turned coaching over to assistant Barclay Plager next three games while he gets "new perspective" from press box.
New Jersey Devils -- Lost C Steve Tambellini 7-10 days, separated left shoulder. COLLEGES
Louisiana State -- Jerry Stovall is Walter Camp Football Foundation coach of year.
South Carolina -- Basketball Coach Bill Foster's heart "stabilized nicely" since Saturday night coronary, doctors took him off medication and removed pacemaker wires inserted as precaution; condition "guarded."
Navy -- G Dave Brooks ECAC South basketball player of week (scored 1,000th career point among 40 in two games); wrestling team No. 8 nationally in authoritative Amateur Wrestling News poll.
Virginia -- C Ralph Sampson named ACC player of week.