Players of the Week -- American League named White Sox C Carlton Fisk, who hit .500 with five home runs during week. National League selected Padres LF Carmelo Martinez, .423, three homers, seven RBI. Atlanta Braves -- Put RHP Pascual Perez (0-5) on 21-day disabled list, tendinitis in right shoulder; called up LHP Dave Schuler from AAA Richmond. St. Louis Cardinals -- Placed C Darrell Porter on 15-day DL, index finger broken; promoted C Randy Hunt from AAA Louisville. New York Yankees -- Recalled RHP Mike Armstrong from AAA Columbus, sent down RHP Don Cooper. FOOTBALL

Jacksonville Bulls -- QB Brian Sipe, set for surgery Wednesday to repair second separation of his throwing shoulder this year, both at the hands of the Baltimore Stars, is out for USFL season and will withhold judgment on his career until it heals. TENNIS

Federation Cup -- Zina Garrison, Kathy Jordan, Barbara Potter and Sharon Walsh named by U.S. Tennis Association to team for annual event in Tokyo, Oct. 7-13. AUTO RACING

Formula One Grand Prix -- Brands Hatch, England, will host Sept. 22 Grand Prix of Europe, sanctioned in place of New York race on the calendar but canceled a third straight year. LACROSSE

Women's All-Star Game -- Set for 2 p.m. Saturday at Loyola University of Baltimore, an inaugural North-South match of teams of top collegiate seniors. South will include Maryland's Mary Bernard, Kay Ruffino and Karen Trudell. SEMINAR

Sports Medicine -- Expert presentation today, 5:30-10 p.m., at Friendly High School on Allentown Road in Fort Washington. Admission is free to program designed primarily for athletes, parents and coaches and sponsored by the Friendly athletic department with the National Knee Research and Education Foundation. BASKETBALL

U.S. Basketball League -- G Chuck Jackson, from Bowie State, signed with the Connecticut Colonials. COLLEGES Minnesota-Duluth -- Hockey Coach Mike Sertich opted to stay rather than become coach at University of Minnesota, which reportedly offered multiyear contract at $50,000 a year. Richmond -- Andy Malloy, an all-Met baseball player from Seneca Valley High School, accepted a scholarship. Colorado -- Dropped basketball G Mike Flory, ineligible after starting 11 games last season, for academic failure.