BASEBALL

Montreal Expos -- Removed LHP Dan Schatzeder (inflamed left shoulder) from DL and recalled OF Razor Shines from AAA Indianapolis; sent down LHP Mickey Mahler and IF Skeeter Barnes.

Los Angeles Dodgers -- C Mike Scioscia, knocked unconscious Sunday in a collision with the Cardinals' Jack Clark, was released from the hospital and was expected to be in uniform last night. FOOTBALL

Atlanta Falcons -- Signed first-round draft choice T Bill Fralic of Pittsburgh.

New York Giants -- Signed first-round draft choice RB George Adams of Kentucky.

Philadelphia Eagles -- Signed Randall Cunningham (second round, Nevada-Las Vegas), first QB chosen in draft. HOCKEY

Philadelphia Flyers -- Named former RW Paul Holmgren assistant coach.

Edmonton Oilers -- Announced assistant Ted Green resigned to pursue business interests. BOXING

Named to Ring magazine's Boxing Hall of Fame: Jake LaMotta, Jose Napoles, Manuel Ortiz, Panama Al Brown, Tom Jackling, Young Stribling and Lord Lonsdale. GOLF

Walker Cup -- Named to U.S. team: Jay Sigel (captain), Bob Lewis Jr., Clark Burroughs, Jerry Haas, Davis Love III, Michael Podolak, Sam Randolph, Randy Sonnier, Scott Verplank and Duffy Waldorf. John Brodie quit as golf announcer for NBC-TV to join the PGA Senior Tour. TENNIS

Aaron Stolpman of Alexandria lost, 6-4, 6-1, to Matt Turner of Knoxville, Tenn., in second round of U.S. Tennis Association Boys' 14 Clay Court championships in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. SOCCER

U.S. Soccer Federation -- Named midfielder Curtis Pride of Silver Spring to 18-player U.S. team for inaugural Under 16 World Cup tournament. Team leaves Thursday for two-week, 16-team tournament in Peking.