National League --
Named LHP Fernando Valenzuela, who twice had two-hit shutouts, player of the week. Cleveland Indians -- RHP Ernie Camacho (1-0, 4.15), who has had tendinitis in shoulder, will come off disabled list Friday. New York Yankees -- Optioned RHP Brian Fisher (1-2, 5.34) to AAA Columbus, recalled RHP Doug Drabek (1-4, 7.29) from Columbus; transferred LHP Rod Scurry from 15-day to the 21-day disabled list. Chicago White Sox -- Waived C Marc Hill; recalled C Scott Bradley from AAA Buffalo. Philadelphia Phillies -- OF Joe Lefebvre, 30, retired; he has had four operations on his right knee since 1984. Toronto Blue Jays -- 1B Willie Upshaw was spiked on his right ankle colliding with two teammates in Minneapolis and could be out two weeks. San Diego Padres -- Put 2B Bip Roberts on the 15-day disabled list because of a strained groin ligament; called up IF Mark Wassinger from AAA Las Vegas. BASKETBALL
Seattle SuperSonics -- Named Bob Whitsitt president; he had been assistant general manager of the Sacramento Kings.Boston Celtics -- Signed C Greg Kite to long-term contract. FOOTBALL
San Francisco 49ers -- Signed QB Jeff Kemp, formerly of the Los Angeles Rams, and LB Charles Haley, a fourth-round draft pick. Philadelphia Eagles -- Released WR Keith Baker; signed 12th-round draft choice DL Reggie Singletary from North Carolina State; signed free agent TE Jonathan Harvey. Green Bay Packers -- Signed QB Jim Zorn for a season; waived LB Mike Douglass. COLLEGES
Big South -- Donald M. Dedmon of Radford becomes conference president.Miami -- Named Jack Nelson, 54, swimming coach. LOCALLY
Running -- D.C. Roadrunning Club will hold four-mile run in East Potomac Park at 8 a.m. June 8 to celebrate its 25th year. Soccer -- Jeff Gafney of Bethesda, who finished his fourth season at the University of Virginia last fall as Cavaliers' career leader in goals and scoring, will play on Division I East team in Budweiser Soccer Classic Sunday in Richfield (Ohio) Coliseum.