Woodbine -- Nassipour ($57.20) rallied in the stretch at the Toronto track to win the $600,000 Rothmans International, 1 5/8 miles on turf, by a neck over favored Sumayr in 2:48 1/5. Jean-Luc Samyn rode the 5-year-old winner in a field of 11.
Santa Anita -- Yashgan ($6), an English-bred, won for first time in United States, by three-quarters of a length over defending champion Both Ends Burning in the $400,000 Oak Tree Invitational, 1 1/2 miles on turf in 2:27 1/5. BASKETBALL
Sacramento Kings -- Released three veterans to trim roster to 12 players: F Eddie Nealy, F Peter Verhoeven, G Geoff Huston. FOOTBALL
Cleveland Browns -- Activated T Bill Contz, waived rookie G Mark Krerowicz. BASEBALL
Atlanta Braves -- Signed RF Claudell Washington to a one-year renewal, reportedly worth $750,000. HOCKEY
Boston Bruins -- NHL named LW Charlie Simmer, eight goals as team went 4-1-1, player of the week. COLLEGES
Tennessee -- QB Tony Robinson likely will need surgery on his knee injured against Alabama Saturday, in which case he probably will be done for the season.
Oklahoma -- Lost starting QB Troy Aikman for the season, left leg fractured in Saturday's loss to Miami.
Georgetown -- Women's tennis team will take an 8-0 fall dual match record into the Big East tournament at Villanova this weekend, No. 3 seeding behind Syracuse and Boston College. Hoyas' No. 1, Kathy Federici; No. 2, Penny Rickard; No. 3, Lynn Fagan, and No. 5, Alexandra Asfor, all are unbeaten. SOFTBALL
Hall of Fame Banquet -- Greater Washington Fastpitch Softball Hall of Fame Commission's 22nd annual awards banquet is set Friday evening, Oct. 25, St. Catherine Laboure Church's Claridge Room, Silver Spring. Inductees: Raymond Campbell, Martha (Cricket) Call, Donnie Phillips, Art Bratcher, Lou (Poochie) Negri.