HOCKEY Pittsburgh Penguins -- Sent Fs Darrin Shannon and Jamie Leach, D Darren Stolk back to their junior teams; assigned Fs Dave McLlwain, Mark Recchi, Brad Aitken, Jeff Daniels, Greg Davies, Glen Mulvenna and Mitch Wilson, Ds Todd Charlesworth, Doug Hobson, Pat Mayer, Jim Paek and Jeff Waver and Gs Frank Pietrangelo and Bruce Racine to Muskegon of the International Hockey League.

BASEBALL California Angels -- Rookie RHP Bryan Harvey underwent successful arthroscopic surgery to remove two bone chips in his right elbow. He's expected to be at full strength for spring training. Harvey, 25, finished his first full major league season with a 7-5 record, a 2.13 earned run average and 17 saves. He appeared in 50 games, pitching 76 innings and allowing 59 hits. He allowed 20 walks and struck out 67. Philadelphia Phillies -- RHP David Palmer had arthroscopic surgery on his right shoulder in Los Angeles; is expected to recuperate by the start of spring training. However, General Manager Lee Thomas said he was unsure about a 1989 contract for Palmer, 30, who last pitched Aug. 30, finishing 7-9 with a 4.47 ERA for 22 starts.

BASKETBALL San Antonio Spurs -- Signed G Rod Foster and C Barry Sumpter.

FOOTBALL Cincinnati Bengals -- Signed P/K Lee Johnson; placed LB Tim Inglis on injured reserve.Miami Dolphins -- Signed FB Tom Kelleher; released NT Mike Lambrecht.

COLLEGES Maryland -- Lacrosse coach Dick Edell announced senior midfielder Phil Willard and D Scott Wheeler were elected co-captains for the 1989 season. St. Francis (N.Y.) -- Named Joe Maniaci, Thomas Keenan and Ted Lewis assistant basketball coaches.

MOTOR SPORTS Portuguese Grand Prix -- In Estoril, Portugal, Brazilian Ayrton Senna, still seeking his first-ever Formula 1 world championship title, earned the provisional pole for Sunday's race. He covered the 2.7-mile Estoril circuit in 1 minute 18.032 seconds, an average of 124.70 mph. Advance Auto Parts 150 -- Tommy Ellis took another step toward the NASCAR Busch Grand National championship when he won the pole at Martinsville Speedway. He leads the points race by 150.

JURISPRUDENCE Kansas City Chiefs owner Lamar Hunt did not file for bankruptcy protection along with his brothers, in part because he expects to be absolved of liability in a civil conspiracy judgment, his spokesmen said. Nelson Bunker Hunt and William Herbert Hunt filed for bankruptcy protection from creditors Wednesday to avoid paying a $225 million bond required to appeal a verdict by a federal jury that found the Hunts conspired to corner the world's silver market.