Montreal Expos -- OF Tim Raines reached agreement with the team on a one-year contract, two days before arbitration. Terms were not released. Raines, who made $1.2 million last season, had sought $1.7 million and the team had offered $1.3 million. Milwaukee Brewers -- Agreed to terms with P Jaime Cocanower.
Seattle Mariners -- An arbitrator awarded P Mike Moore $400,000 for 1986, ruling in favor of the team and rejecting Moore's request for $530,000.
Philadelphia Phillies -- IF Von Hayes agreed to a one-year contract, averting arbitration.
Los Angeles Dodgers -- Signed C Mike Scioscia to a three-year contract with an option for a fourth year, averting arbitration. Chicago Cubs -- Named Dr. Phil Claussen as strength and flexibility coach. FOOTBALL
Atlanta Falcons -- Signed WR Lindsay Scott. Cincinnati Bengals -- Signed DE Keith Cruise and WR Stan Johnson, Michael Wade, Carl Aikens, Ira Hillary and Lenny Kinnebrew. JURISPRUDENCE
Wareham, Mass. -- Jim Craig, former U.S. Olympic hockey goalie and Boston Bruin, pleaded innocent to charges of drunken driving and speeding. Craig was acquitted in 1982 of vehicular homicide charges stemming from an accident in Mattapoisett in which a New Bedford woman was killed. BASKETBALL
Indiana Pacers -- Team owners signed a 40-year agreement to operate Market Square Arena. COLLEGES
George Mason -- Senior G Ricky Wilson has been named Colonial Athletic Association player of the week. Wilson scored 25 points as the Patriots handed Richmond its first conference loss of the year, 73-58, Saturday.
Florida A&M -- Named Nelson Townsend, athletic director at Delaware State, to the same post at FAMU, beginning March 15.
West Virginia Tech -- Reserve C Jeremiah Jasper hospitalized in satisfactory condition at Charleston Area Medical Center after suffering two seizures following a collision during first half of Tech's 97-82 basketball loss in Charleston, W.Va. HORSE RACING
Gulfstream Park -- Ride Sally ($5.60), ridden by Herb McCauley, won the $25,000 Wistful Stakes over Zenobia Empress.