Players of the Week -- American League named New York LHP Bob Shirley, 2-0 with one complete game, 10 hits and two earned runs in 15 1/3 innings week ended Sunday. National League selected Los Angeles OF Pedro Guerrero, who hit .471 (eight for 17) with five home runs in the four games the Dodgers played, plus two doubles. Atlanta Braves -- Put C Rick Cerone on 15-day DL, strained shoulder; recalled IF Paul Zuvella from AAA Richmond. St. Louis Cardinals -- Put 3B Terry Pendleton on 15-day DL, hamstring pull; called up OF Curt Ford from AAA. Texas Rangers -- DH Cliff Johnson had arthroscopy on his right knee, is expected to miss a minimum of three weeks. TENNIS
Wimbledon -- Andres Gomez, No. 5 in world men's ranking, withdrew with recurrent arm trouble. Claudia Kohde-Kilsch, women's sixth seed for the All England next week, is questionable for Wimbledon after withdrawing from this week's Eastbourne grass courts with suspected appendicitis. Britannia Cup -- Allie Ritzenberg, longtime D.C. teaching pro, teamed with Robin Hippensteil in the doubles and Gardnar Mulloy and Alex Swetka prevailed in singles as the United States beat Australia, 3-0, in the finals of the 65-and-up men's team competition in Portschack, Austria. HOCKEY
Vancouver Canucks -- Fired player personnel director Larry Popein, scout George Wood and hockey secretary Diane Douglas. Jack Gordon, new director of hockey operations, probably will name a head coach on Thursday; leading candidate is Tom Watt, former Winnipeg Jets coach now at the University of Toronto. COLLEGES
Louisiana State -- Johnny Jones, 24, a part-time starter at LSU for four years, then a part-time coach last year, was named a full-time basketball assistant to Coach Dale Brown. Stetson -- Gained admission as Trans America Athletic Conference's ninth member. OBITUARY
Andy Stanfield, 58, a Washington, D.C., native who ran on the 1952 and 1956 U.S. Olympic teams, died Saturday in Livingston, N.J. Then a Seton Hall University student, he won the 200 meters at Helsinki in 1952, tying Jesse Owens' then-record 20.7 seconds, and anchored the gold-medal 400 relay team.