In a statement released by the Kansas City Royals, outfielder Lonnie Smith announced he will accept Commissioner Peter Ueberroth's penalties for alleged drug violations.
He agreed to pay 10 percent of his salary -- $85,000 -- to a drug program, take random drug tests for the rest of his baseball career, and contribute 100 hours to community service a year.
Dave Parker of the Reds, Dale Berra of the Yankees, Enos Cabell of the Dodgers and Jeff Leonard of the Giants have agreed to abide by the same penalties. New York Mets first baseman Keith Hernandez has talked about appealing the decision. Pitcher Joaquin Andujar of the Oakland A's has not announced his position . . .
Boston Red Sox right-handed pitcher Dennis (Oil Can) Boyd entered the University of Massachusetts Medical Center in Worcester, Mass., "for routine tests to evaluate liver function and to see if there is any evidence of infection or other problems," said team physician Dr. Arthur Pappas . . .
Atlanta Braves shortstop Rafael Ramirez will be sidelined for a week to 10 days with an ankle sprain. He was injured in the final inning of Wednesday's intrasquad game while diving back to first base on a pickoff attempt.