BASEBALL -- Players of the week In the American League, Detroit Tigers OF Kirk Gibson (.360, three homers, 12 RBI); in the National League, St. Louis Cardinals OF Willie McGee (.556). New York Mets -- Placed OF Terry Blocker (contusion above left knee) on 15-day disabled list; recalled P Rick Aguilera (6-4, 2.51 ERA in 11 starts at Class AAA Tidewater). California Angels -- Recalled P Luis Sanchez from his injury rehabilitation assignment at Class AAA Edmonton; he'll remain on disabled list. Chicago White Sox -- Recalled P Bruce Tanner (4-3, 2.85 ERA with Class AAA Buffalo); the 23-year-old son of Pittsburgh Pirates Manager Chuck Tanner will make his major league debut Wednesday night in Seattle. Cincinnati Reds -- Announced that Cincinnati-based Frisch's Restaurants Inc. (Big Boy, Roy Rogers, et al.) has bought a limited partnership in the club. BASKETBALL
Cleveland Cavaliers -- F Phil Hubbard will undergo arthroscopic surgery to remove loose cartilage from his left knee. Phoenix Suns -- Re-signed C James Edwards to three-year contract. COLLEGES
George Mason -- Softball Coach Doug Wheelbarger was named NCAA South Region coach of the year. Virginia -- P Tim Burcham of Hampton, Va., signed with the California Angels. TENNIS
Gabriela Sabatini, 15, was fined $630 for pulling out of the Edgbaston Cup tournament in Birmingham, England. She withdrew because she did not want to risk injury on the grass surface, made slippery by recent rain. CREW Georgetown -- Men's novice heavyweight eight crew and four without coxswain will race in the Henley Royal Regatta in England July 4-7; the eight will row for the Ladies' Challenge Plate and the four-oared shell will race for the Visitor's Challenge Cup. TELEVISION
Home Team Sports -- Signed ex-Baltimore outfielder John Lowenstein to do Orioles games the rest of the season. Raycom -- Signed part-time WJLA-TV-7 sportscaster Kevin Kiley to do Big Eight football, the Aug. 29 Kickoff Classic at the Meadowlands and the Liberty Bowl.