BASEBALL

Kansas City Royals -- Signed SS Buddy Biancalana and pitchers Mark Gubicza and Mike Jones. Biancalana's deal was for one year and an estimated $150,000.

Chicago Cubs -- Sent minor leaguers IF Gary Jones and P John Cox to the Oakland A's for minor leaguers 1B-OF Phil Stephenson and IF Bob Bathe.

San Diego Padres -- Reached two-year contract agreement with C Bruce Bochy, who had filed for arbitration. BOXING

Doug DeWitt, a middleweight contender, scored a seventh-round technical knockout over Luis Rivera when Rivera suffered a possible fractured nose in a scheduled 10-round bout in Atlantic City; Olympic light-middleweight gold medalist Frank Tate (10-0) won a unanimous decision over Randy Smith in a middleweight bout. BASKETBALL

New Jersey Nets -- G Micheal Ray Richardson probably will be reinstated Monday, but he will have to meet weekly with drug counselors and every other day with NBA officials. COLLEGES

Wake Forest -- Freshman C Mike Scott (8.9 points, 5.8 rebounds a game), who had started all 16 games this season, left the basketball team for personal reasons.

Tennessee-Martin -- Assistant football coach Bill (Tex) Staehs was arrested for allegedly selling 9 1/4 grams of cocaine for $1,000 to an undercover agent.

Iowa -- QB Chuck Long, runner-up for the Heisman Trophy, was named winner of the Davey O'Brien National Quarterback Award, given to the nation's outstanding college quarterback in honor of O'Brien, the late Texas Christian quarterback who won the 1938 Heisman. OBITUARY

Jack Gallagher, 64, longtime Houston Post sports columnist who was vice president of the Football Writers Association of America, due to be installed as president in June; of cancer, in Houston.

Eugen Ray, 28, former East German sprinting champion, in Leipzig while carrying out his duties as a policeman, the official ADN news agency said. The agency gave no details of the death.