BASEBALL

Chicago Cubs -- Named LHP Steve Engel as player to accompany OF Billy Hatcher to Houston in trade for OF Jerry Mumphrey. Montreal Expos -- Traded LHP Dan Schatzeder and minor league IF Skeeter Barnes to Philadelphia for IF Tom Foley and RHP Lary Sorensen; said rookie 1B Andres Galarraga, currently on 15-day disabled list, will undergo surgery on his right knee Friday and may return this season; recalled RHP Bob Sebra, purchased contract of LHP Dave Tomlin and sent IF Rene Gonzales and RHP Randy St. Claire to Class AAA Indianapolis. New York Mets -- A judge in Houston reset an examining trial for RHP Ron Darling and 2B Tim Teufel, arrested after a weekend scuffle with Houston police. St. Petersburg, Fla. -- City Council voted to build an $85 million domed stadium despite Baseball Commissioner Peter Ueberroth's warning that it would not guarantee the city a major league team. FOOTBALL

Chicago Bears -- OL Stefan Humphries will be out about four weeks, broken toe incurred in practice. Cincinnati Bengals -- Signed RB Pat Franklin of Southwest Texas State and free-agent LB Doug Landry of Louisiana Tech, both rookies.Denver Broncos -- Waived QB Mark Miller, WRs Joe Thomas, Eric Poole and Skip Pette; RBs Emmitt Cox and John Nesbitt; K Tom Field; DL Ken Dodson and Fred Baskin and LBs Greg Battle, Don Moseley and Jay Norvell. Indianapolis Colts -- Signed free-agent C Don Bailey. Miami Dolphins -- Signed WR James Pruitt, a fourth-round draft choice from Fullerton State. Philadelphia Eagles -- Signed RB Anthony Toney, their second-round pick from Texas A&M, to a four-year contract his agent estimated in excess of $900,000. Pittsburgh Steelers -- Waived DBs Clarence Kelly and Earnest Cole. HOCKEY

New York Rangers -- Signed G Doug Soetaert, a backup the past two seasons with the Montreal Canadiens. BASKETBALL

Indiana Pacers -- Signed C Greg Dreiling of Kansas, their second-round selection. BOXING

World Boxing Council -- Japan's Tsuyoshi Hamada knocked out Mexico's Rene Arredondo at 3:09 of the first round to win the junior welterweight title in Tokyo. COLLEGES

Xavier (Ohio) -- Extended the contract of Athletic Director Jeff Fogelson.