BASEBALL

Commissioner's Office -- Bob Wirz, director of information for major league baseball for more than 10 years, resigned to start a sports consulting business. Pittsburgh Pirates -- Named Johnnie LeMaster (.083 this season), just acquired from Cleveland, starting SS over Bill Almon (.272). Returned OF Scott Loucks to AAA Hawaii. Cleveland Indians -- Recalled RHP Rick Behenna, C Jerry Willard from AAA Maine; put RHP Vern Ruhle on 15-day DL. New York Mets -- Put IF Ron Gardenhire on 21-day DL, retroactive to May 25, pulled hamstring; activated RHP Calvin Schiraldi from DL (broken toe). FOOTBALL

Green Bay Packers -- Waived No. 3 QB Rich Campbell at his request. Neither he nor WR John Jefferson, who wants to be traded, reported to minicamp, which opened Wednesday. Cincinnati Bengals -- Signed first-round draftee Emanuel King, Alabama LB, and third-rounder Sean Thomas, TCU CB. Miami Dolphins -- Signed fourth-round pick Mike Smith, Texas-El Paso DB, multiyear. HOCKEY

Toronto Maple Leafs -- Acquired nine-year NHL G Don Edwards from Calgary Flames in exchange for futures. Los Angeles Kings -- Dropped Nick Beverley as coach at AHL New Haven. RACQUETBALL

American Amateur Racquetball Assn. -- Ed Remen, 40, of Sterling, Va., won his seventh and eighth national titles, defeating Mark Hegg of Boulder, Colo., 15-13, 14-15, 11-8, in the age 35-and-up final and Robert Riley of West Palm Beach, Fla., 15-5, 15-9, in the age 40 division in Houston.