BASEBALL Los Angeles Dodgers -- Acquired SS Glenn Hoffman from Boston for a player to be named later or cash; placed OF Mike Marshall on the 15-day disabled list; moved SS Mariano Duncan from the 21-day DL to the 60-day emergency DL and 3B Jeff Hamilton from the 15-day DL to the 21-day DL.

FOOTBALL Miami Dolphins -- Signed DE Tom Strauthers; announced DL Van Hughes had left the team.New York Jets -- Placed TE Bill Sanders on injured reserve.Philadelphia Eagles -- Agreed to terms with No. 1 draft choice DT Jerome Brown and WR Mike Quick.

JURISPRUDENCE Pete Johnson, 33, a former Ohio State and pro football star, pleaded not guilty in federal court in Columbus to drug charges stemming from a February cocaine deal. A $50,000 recognizance bond was set for Johnson, who was expected to be released yesterday.

HOCKEY Detroit Red Wings -- Signed D Doug Halward.

HARNESS RACING Freestate -- So Cozy leads a list of 46 fillies racing in five divisions of the Hanover Filly Stakes tonight. Mack Lobell set a record mile for trotters, winning the Review Stakes at the Illinois State Fairgrounds in 1:52 1/5. The 3-year-old colt, who won the Hambletonian and the Yonkers Trot, broke the mark of 1:53 2/5 set by Prakas in 1985.

COLLEGES Virginia -- Scott Sanderson, an assistant basketball coach at Faulkner University in Montgomery, Ala., since 1985, has been named a graduate assistant in the basketball program. West Virginia State -- Richard Tredway resigned as athletic director. Syracuse -- Announced lineman Mark Swinson will not return to school because of academic deficiencies; reinstated running back Tim Robinson.Temple -- Announced point guard Michael Harden ineligible this season because of academic deficiencies.