BASEBALL

Baltimore Orioles -- Signed former San Diego RHP Luis DeLeon to a minor league contract. Signed pitchers Bill Swaggerty, Eric Bell, John Habyan and OF Ken Gerhart. Kansas City Royals -- Agreed with SS Onix Concepcion on a 1986 contract, canceling arbitration. Philadelphia Phillies -- Signed OF Gary Redus, averting arbitration by compromising between offer of $300,000 and demand of $425,000. San Francisco Giants -- Signed LHP Scott Garrelts, staff relief ace. Texas Rangers -- Signed OF Oddibe McDowell for 1986. OLYMPICS International Olympic Committee -- Anchorage, Alaska, formally made its bid to hold the 1992 Winter Olympics. Six other cities have said they want to host the Games and Falun, Sweden, on Wednesday was the first to submit its bid. JURISPRUDENCE

Syracuse U. -- Football OG Thomas Watson, a sophomore from East Patchogue, N.Y., pleaded innocent to raping and sodomizing a Syracuse female student; he is out on $1,500 bail pending pretrial hearing. Southern U. -- Football QB Alij Tapp was charged with theft in connection with personal items stolen from a dormitory on the Baton Rouge campus. BASKETBALL

Cleveland Cavaliers -- Activated C Mark West, out 14 games with a groin pull. SKIING

U.S. Alpine Championships -- Tiger Shaw won the men's giant slalom at Copper Mountain, Colo., beating out first-run leader Jim Read in a combined 2:13.13 to 2:13.82. COLLEGES

Sugar Bowl -- Dennis Swanson, head of ABC Sports, told the New Orleans Times-Picayune, The States Item the game will no longer be played on New Year's night, if the network has its way. NBC's New Year's night broadcasts of the Orange Bowl have easily topped the Sugar Bowl ratings three of the last four years. ABC's contract with the Sugar Bowl expires after next season. Bloomsburg State -- Named Pete Adrian football coach.