BASEBALL Houston Astros -- Bill Doran agreed to three-year pact worth an estimated $2.6 million, making him highest-paid second baseman in NL. Philadelphia Phillies -- Named former Yankees general manager Woody Woodward as vice president in charge of players.Los Angeles Dodgers -- RHP Ken Howell had surgery to remove tip of right collarbone; is expected to be ready for 1988 season's start. Boston Red Sox -- RHP Steve Crawford filed for free agency. Japan Series -- Former major leaguer George Vukovich hit a solo home run to lead the Seibu Lions to a 2-1 victory over the Yomiuri Giants in Game 3. The Lions lead best-of-seven series two games to one.
BASKETBALL Seattle SuperSonics -- Waived F Scott Wedman and Gs Terence Stansbury and Michael Phelps.
FOOTBALL Cleveland Browns -- Waived T Keith Bosley, LB Tim Crawford, CB Enis Jackson, RB Larry Mason, S Billy Robinson, NT Mike Rusinek and WR Remi Watson. Released off injured reserve G Emil Boures, TE Vyto Kab and LB Jeff Pegues.Atlanta Falcons -- Unsigned No. 1 pick QB Chris Miller received two new contract offers from the team. The Falcons reportedly were offering Miller a four-year $1.9 million contract or a five-year $2.25 milion contract. Miller is seeking a four-year $2.18 million contract, but was willing to sign for $1.9 million if the Falcons gave him a tax break on $500,000 of the $750,000 signing bonus by securing an annuity. New England Patriots -- Waived RBs Mike LeBlanc and Bruce Hansen and CB Joe Peterson.
COLLEGES Delaware-LB Darrell Booker was suspended from the university for disciplinary reasons.