BASEBALL Oakland Athletics -- Signed free agent RHP Gary Lavelle and C Brian Harper; sent LHP Dave Leiper to San Diego Padres as part of Storm Davis trade. Detroit Tigers -- Recalled OFs Jim Walewander and Scott Lusader, RHP Nate Snell, C Dwight Lowry and IF Doug Baker from Class AAA Toledo.Minnesota Twins -- Recalled from AAA Portland veteran RHP Mike Smithson and IF Chris Pittaro; purchased contract of RHPs Jeff Bittiger and Roy Smith, C Tom Nieto and OF Billy Beane. St. Louis Cardinals -- Agreed to terms with P Cris Carpenter; placed IF Tom Lawless on 15-day disabled list; purchased contract of 14-year veteran 1B/OF Dan Driessen and recalled P Steve Peters from AAA Louisville.Toronto Blue Jays -- Called up Ps Craig McMurtry, Duane Ward, Joe Johnson, David Wells, C Greg Myers, IF Manny Lee, OFs Rob Ducey and Lou Thornton from AAA Syracuse; called up C Jeff DeWillis and OF Geronimo Berroa from AA Knoxville. Pittsburgh Pirates -- Recalled from AAA Vancouver Ps Bob Patterson, Bob Kipper, Vicente Palacios and Tim Drummond and C/1B Mackey Sasser. Cincinnati Reds -- Plan to call up from AAA Nashville C/IF Lloyd McClendon, OF Leo Garcia and IF Jeff Treadway. American League -- Named Minnesota CF Kirby Puckett and Oakland 1B Carney Lansford co-players of the week. Puckett hit .577 with four home runs and Lansford batted .545, also with four homers.National League -- Named Pittsburgh RHP Doug Drabek player of the week. He beat Cincinnati, 5-4, and shut out Houston, 7-0, for his first major league complete game. HOCKEY Vancouver Canucks -- Traded backup G Wendell Young and a third-round draft pick in 1990 to Philadelphia for G Darren Jensen and LW Daryl Stanley.New York Islanders -- Re-signed assistant coach Bob Nystrom.New York Rangers -- Named Charles Thiffault assistant coach.
COLLEGES Catholic University -- Free safety Peter Manzi, a 6-foot-1, 185-pound senior from Forest Hills, N.Y., has been selected by Football News as a 1987 preseason all-America.
JURISPRUDENCE Miami -- A federal magistrate refused to set bond for powerboat racing champion Benjamin (Barry) Kramer, 32, after testimony from federal agents that Kramer made $12 million in drug money and was a threat to five people placed in witness protection programs.