BASEBALL

Chicago White Sox -- Lost arbitration case with OF Gary Redus, who was awarded $460,000 for the 1988 season. White Sox had offered $370,000. Redus last season batted .236 with 12 home runs and 48 RBI and earned $400,000.

San Diego Padres -- 3B Chris Brown has lost his arbitration case and will make $265,000 for 1988, a $50,000 raise over last season. Brown, who hit .237 in 82 games in 1987, had sought $410,000.

Seattle Mariners -- Signed to one-year contracts: RHP Mark Langston (19-13), who led the American League in strikeouts in 1987, agreed to a one-year contract for $820,000, getting a $400,000 raise and avoiding an arbitration hearing scheduled for today; Ps Mike Schooler, Julio Solano and Bill Smith; C Scott Bradley; OFs Mickey Brantley and Mike Kingery; SS Mario Diaz; IF Rich Renteria and 1B Brick Smith.

Kansas City Royals -- RHP Mark Gubicza won his arbitration case and will earn $635,000 in the 1988 season. Gubicza earned $450,000 last year, when he went 13-18 with a 3.98 ERA. The club offered $525,000. The Royals also agreed to a one-year contracts with 1B/DH Steve Balboni, 3B Kevin Seitzer and C Larry Owen.

Pittsburgh Pirates -- Agreed to one-year, $360,000 contract with 1B Sid Bream (.275 in 1987), who made $200,000 last year. He had sought $495,000; Pittsburgh offered $300,000.

San Diego Padres -- Signed IF Dickie Thon, whose promising career in Houston was derailed four years ago when he was hit in the eye by a pitch, to a one-year contract.

Houston Astros -- Invited nonroster IF Dale Berra to spring training. HOCKEY

Correction -- The number of career assists for Marcel Dionne was incorrectly listed in yesterday's NHL roundup. Dionne has 1,014. BASKETBALL

Washington Bullets -- Named Judy Holland director of community relations and operations. BOXING

U.S. Amateur Boxing Federation -- Named to 100th anniversary committee: Sugar Ray Leonard, William Simon and Ray Siegfried II. JURISPRUDENCE

Seattle -- Seahawks quarterback Gale Gilbert was charged with second-degree rape and indecent liberties involving a 21-year-old Seattle-area woman. Gilbert, 26, will be arraigned Monday at King County Superior Court. He was released on his own recognizance. HIGH SCHOOLS

Gonzaga is accepting applications for the head football coaching position until March 4. All applications should go to attention of headmaster Joseph Ciangcalini at the school. COLLEGES

Colgate -- Announced hockey coach Cap Raeder will resign at end of season to become assistant coach with Los Angeles Kings.