American League -- Boston LHP Bruce Hurst and Seattle 1B Alvin Davis were named players of the week. Hurst won two complete games and, in 19 innings, he allowed 18 hits, two earned runs and one walk. Davis hit .500 -- 12 hits in 24 at-bats -- had 14 RBI and scored five in seven games. Oakland A's -- Signed 3B Wayne Gross, released by Baltimore this spring, to contract with Class AAA Tacoma. Placed CF Dwayne Murphy (back problem) on 21-day disabled list and C Mickey Tettleton (infected foot) on 15-day disabled list; recalled RHP Eric Plunk up from Tacoma. Detroit Tigers -- Sent IF Scotti Madison to AAA Nashville. Philadelphia Phillies -- Recalled RHP Fred Toliver from AAA Portland. Cleveland -- Signed P Jeff Shaw, assigned him to Batavia of the New York-Penn League.
Cincinnati Bengals -- Traded backup DE Glen Collins to Green Bay Packers for late-round draft choice. Collins, 26, was Bengals first-round pick in 1982 from Mississippi State.New England Patriots -- Signed NG Raymond Paquette, LB Lazarus Chavez, LB Mel Black, RB Lando Winter, WR Craig White, WR Darrell Grymes, OL Larry Baker. Indianapolis Colts -- Signed 19 free agents: LB Joe Azeldy, LB Jeff Liding, LB Brad Saar, NT Quinton Ballard, DB Tim Chambers, DB Jeff Gethers, G Brian Dausin, G Dan Hammerschmidt, G Joe Smiley, G Todd Moules, T Wally Kersten, T Scott Robinson, T Scott Talbott, WR John Muha, WR Dameon Reilly, WR Lenny Taylor, FB Hubie Oliver, C Bob Solderitch, TE Geno Zimmerlink.Seattle -- Signed free agents: S Chris White, QB Sean Salisbury, T Rory Graves.
American -- OF Paul Grzyb was named to the Colonial Athletic Conference all-conference baseball team. Johnson, a senior designated hitter and pitcher, is batting .403, has a league-leading 17 home runs and 68 RBI. He is 10-3 as a pitcher. He became first NCAA Division I player to reach 60 career home runs and 30 career pitching victories. His current numbers are 68 and 34. Houston -- Named Bragg Stockton baseball coach.Louisiana Tech -- Named Paul A. Miller athletic director, effective mid-June.Taft -- Suspended the men's basketball program for next season.Big Ten -- Named Mark Rudner director of the service bureau.Utah -- Signed women's gymnastics Coach Greg Marsden to a three-year contract.
Seattle SuperSonics -- Announced contract of Les Habegger, director of player personnel, will not be renewed when it expires at the end of May. Habegger, 61, plans to seek coaching or administrative position in college or professional sports. HOCKEY NHL Rookie of the Year -- Calgary D Gary Suter was named winner of Seagram Sports Award. Suter, from University of Wisconsin, was the Flames' sixth-leading scorer in regular season with 18 goals and 50 assists. Montreal Canadiens -- F Ryan Walter, out since he fractured ankle March 29, is practicing and is expected to be available to play Friday, in the first game of the Stanley Cup finals; D Rick Green, out with an inner ear infection, and D Craig Ludwig, out with a bad back, are listed on a day-to-day basis.
Chicago (MISL) -- Waived defender Brent Hall.