BASEBALL

Atlanta Braves -- Acquired OF Billy Sample from the New York Yankees for IF Miguel Sosa. Became the 10th major league team declaring it will require drug-and-alcohol testing clauses in guaranteed player contracts. Baltimore Orioles -- Signed OF Jim Dwyer, 35, who had become a free agent, to a one-year guaranteed contract with one-year option, drug testing clause included. New York Yankees -- Shifted Roy White from general manager's assistant to coach first base and instruct hitters. FOOTBALL

New England Patriots -- New York businessman Ira Lampert offered $110 million in a deal to buy the team that also involves their stadium and an adjacent race track, the Patriot Ledger of Quincy (Mass.) reported. Pittsburgh Steelers -- Upgraded WR John Stallworth (calf) from questionable to probable for Sunday night at San Diego, declared RB Rich Erenberg out (hamstring). Detroit Lions -- C-G Kevin Glover, rookie from Maryland, injured his right knee in practice and will be out for the season. GOLF PGA Tour -- Policy board denied Seve Ballesteros' appeal, affirmed year's suspension of the Spaniard's playing rights for failure to compete in required 15 U.S. events in 1985. BOXING

WBA featherweight champion Barry McGuigan of Northern Ireland will make a voluntary defense of his title Feb. 15 against Fernando Sosa of Argentina in Dublin, the first world title fight in that city since 1923. COLLEGES

College Football Association -- Recognized three Division I-A members -- Virginia, Penn State and Notre Dame -- for graduating at least 75 percent of their football athletes. The top honor, the 1985 Academic Achievement Award, went to Virginia, with a graduation rate of 92 percent. Louisiana State -- Supervisors granted a three-year extension on Bill Arnsparger's contract as football coach. Arnsparger was hired two years ago on a four-year contract for a base salary of roughly $80,000 a year. Idaho -- Named Keith Gilbertson, the team's unpaid offensive coordinator, to be head football coach.