BASEBALL Texas Rangers -- Activated RHP Dale Mohorcic, who had been hospitalized with intestinal bleeding. Tests determined that Mohorcic (6-3, 15 saves, 2.83 ERA) had four small ulcers in his lower intestine.New York Yankees -- Recalled C Mark Salas from Class AAA Columbus; optioned IF Juan Bonilla to Columbus; placed RHP Brad Arnsberg on the 15-day disabled list, retroactive to Aug. 22, strained right elbow. Pittsburgh Pirates -- Placed IF Rafael Belliard (fractured fibula in left leg) on 21-day disabled list; recalled 2B Jose Lind from AAA Vancouver.
FOOTBALL Denver Broncos -- Traded veteran LB Ken Woodard to Pittsburgh for an undisclosed draft choice.Miami Dolphins -- Signed ILB Avon Riley, recently released after six seasons with the Houston Oilers. New York Jets -- Waived P Mike Rice, LB Kirk Timmer, K Pat Ragusa, T Chris Jones, RB Maurice Turner, WR Scott Holman, WR Otis Grant, LB Rogers Alexander, S Trent Collins, CB Marc Hogan and CB Larry Robinson; placed WR Jeff Price, TE Jeff Nowinski and T Lance Branaman on injured reserve. New Orleans Saints -- Waived DE Emanuel Weaver and LB Tim Cunningham; placed FB Vince Evans (foot), OL William Leach (back) and WR Lonnie White (shoulder) on injured reserve. San Diego Chargers -- Waived RBs Marcus Greenwood and Keyvan Jenkins, DEs Jim Stuckey and Pete Cattan, NT Duane Pettit, TE Keith Ferguson, OL Emil Slovacek and Darryl Haley, DB Darrel Hopper, C John Cowne and WRs Al Williams and Bruce Davis.
HOCKEY New York Islanders -- Signed D Vern Smith, Jeff Finley and Bill Berg.New York Rangers -- Signed LW Brian Mullen. BASKETBALL Beijing invitational -- China's national team defeated the Big Eight all-stars, 76-72, in the semifinals of an 11-team tournament. In tonight's final, China will play the Soviet Union, an 82-57 winner over Czechoslovakia. Kansas State's Charles Bledsoe led U.S. scorers with 19 points.
COLLEGES Youngstown State -- Named ex-Washington Bullet Jim Cleamons, a nine-year NBA veteran, basketball coach.
SOCCER Baltimore Blast -- Signed MF Stan Stamenkovic, a five-time all-star who left the league last year to open a pizza restaurant in his native Yugoslavia.