BASEBALL

Philadelphia Phillies -- Named Jim Davenport, who started the season as manager of the San Francisco Giants, as third base coach, replacing Dave Bristol. JURISPRUDENCE

In Indianapolis, a black businessman has been awarded more than $180,000 in damages from Nike, Inc., which he claimed refused to allow him to stock its brand of athletic shoes for racial reasons. Ralph H. Fields said he was forced to close the Super Shoes Inc. store because he was unable to stock Nike athletic shoes.

John Garcia, arrested July 20 after a nationally televised fight against Olympic gold medalist Meldrick Taylor, is scheduled to appear in court Tuesday in Glenwood Springs, Colo., to be sentenced for escaping from a Colorado prison three years ago. Garcia, who fought under the alias Roberto Medina in the bout at Norfolk, faces one to eight years in prison after pleading guilty to escaping from the Rifle Correctional Facility in June 1982. TENNIS

Davis Cup -- In Frankfurt, West Germany completed a 5-0 sweep over Czechoslovakia to earn the right to challenge Sweden in the 1985 final. Sweden, the defending champion, defeated Australia, 5-0, in the other World Group semifinal in Malmo, Sweden. The Dec. 20-22 final will be hosted by West Germany, either in Munich or Dortmund.