AUTO RACING

Mosport (Ontario) Raceway -- A coroner has called an inquest into Manfred Winkelhock's death "to clear the air" over circumstances surrounding an Aug. 11 accident that killed the West German driver. The 32-year-old driver slammed his Kremer Porsche 962C into a concrete barrier at the track east of Toronto during a World Endurance Championship race. He died a day later in a hospital from massive head injuries suffered in the crash. BASEBALL

American League -- Mike Young of the Baltimore Orioles (seven for 19, three game-winning RBI, five home runs) and Bert Blyleven of the Minnesota Twins (two complete-game victories, three earned runs, 16 strikeouts) were named cowinners of player of the week award.

National League -- Bill Madlock of the Pittsburgh Pirates (nine of 22, four home runs, batted .409) named player of week.

California Angels -- Placed LHP Geoff Zahn on 15-day DL (tendinitis, left shoulder); he had returned from the DL Aug. 3. Recalled RHP Urbano Lugo from AAA Edmonton; sent 1B Daryl Sconiers, on DL since July 15 (wrist) to Edmonton for rehabilitation assignment. Chicago Cubs -- Placed rookie OF Bill Hatcher (torn ligaments in left hand) on 15-day disabled list. Hatcher was hitting .281 with one home run and six runs batted in in 25 games.

New York Yankees -- Sent RHP Mike Armstrong to AAA Columbus, purchased C Juan Espino from Columbus; obtained 2B Carson Carroll, 24, batting .273 with 56 RBI and 44 of 49 stolen bases for Class A Miami Marlins, and assigned him to Class AA Albany.

Philadelphia Phillies -- Recalled OF Jeff Stone from Portland of Pacific Coast League; waived C John Wockenfuss. CORRECTION

Football -- Due an editing error, yesterday's story about the Redskins' preseason victory over Los Angeles implied that the Raiders had beaten Washington during the 1984 regular season. The teams did not play during the regular season last year, but the Raiders did beat the Redskins last preseason. HOCKEY

Detroit Red Wings -- Signed free agent D Harold Snepsts to one-year contract. Snepsts, 30, has played for Vancouver and Minnesota. He had seven assists for Minnesota last year and led the club with 232 penalty minutes. SOCCER

Council of Europe -- Representatives of six European countries -- Austria, Belgium, Britain, Denmark, Greece and the Netherlands -- signed a convention intended to reduce violence among spectators at sports events. STADIUM

Candlestick Park -- San Francisco city officials and the 49ers confirmed plan has been worked out to expand and renovate stadium that will keep NFL team there until at least the year 2008 with an option until 2023. Season ticketholders will be hit with surcharge to pay for 9,250 seats, making capacity 71,000.