Chicago White Sox -- RHP Richard Dotson, on DL since June 10, will undergo right shoulder surgery today.
Cincinnati Reds -- Placed LHP Joe Price (elbow) on 15-day DL; moved RHP Frank Pastore (elbow) to 21-day DL; recalled RHP Andy McGaffigan from AAA Denver; assigned RHP Jeff Russell to Rangers' Class AAA Oklahoma City team as "player to be named later" in trade for 3B Buddy Bell.
New York Yankees -- Activated RHP Marty Bystrom (right elbow surgery) from DL; optioned LPH Dennis Rasmussen to AAA Columbus.
Seattle Mariners -- Activated IF Larry Milbourne (wrist surgery) from 60-day DL and designated him for assignment. BASKETBALL
Los Angeles Lakers -- Lakers free agent G/F Mike McGee agreed to four-year contract for $1.4 FOOTBALL
Atlanta Falcons -- Agreed to terms with second-round draft choice Mike Gann, DE from Notre Dame.
Dallas Cowboys -- G David DeJarnett, Virginia, among 11 rookie free agents cut.
New York Jets -- Signed draft picks DT Brian Luft, fifth round, Southern California, and LB Matt Monger, eighth round, Oklahoma State.
Pittsburgh Steelers -- Rookie C Dan Turk out indefinitely, fractured left wrist. HOCKEY
Toronto Maple Leafs -- Signed six-time all-star D Borje Salming, 34, to contract, reportedly for three years. LOCALLY
Jeff Malone, Tom McMillen and Wes Unseld will conduct a free Washington Bullets basketball clinic for the Maryland National Capital Park and Planning Commission today at Prince George's Community College's Novak Field House starting at 1:30 p.m. Steve Schifley, 16, of Greenbelt, was named to U.S. Junior Olympic Hockey Team after tryouts at the U.S. Olympic Training Center at Colorado Springs, and is playing there this week against eight other national teams. SAILING
Fujimo, owned by Jerry Schostak of Bayview, Mich., declared winner of 61st annual 298-mile race from lower Lake Huron to Mackinac Island (Mich.) in 37 hours 51 minutes 35 seconds. Record 94 boats of 304 starters did not complete the race. TENNIS
Martina Navratilova withdrew from next week's Virginia Slims of Los Angeles after apparently aggravating pinched nerve in neck during workout. Hana Mandlikova becomes No. 1 seed.