U.S. Open -- USGA awarded 1994 renewal to Oakmont CC, the Pittsburgh area club that thus will have hosted the Open once in each of seven successive decades; the 1995 Open to Shinnecock Hills in Southampton, N.Y.
Boston Red Sox -- Recalled P Tom Bolton to replace P John Dopson, put on 15-day DL.
Detroit Tigers -- Recalled OF Scott Lusader, putting P Matt Kinzer on 15-day DL.
St. Louis Cardinals -- Recalled P Bob Tewksbury, optioned P Greg Mathews.
Miami Miracle (Class A) -- Signed OF Tito Landrum, major league veteran.
USA Hockey -- Baaron Pittenger, former U.S. Olympic Committee head, was named executive director to succeed Bob Johnson, off to coach the NHL Pittsburgh Penguins.
Quebec Nordiques -- Named Jacques Martin assistant coach.
Virginia Commonwealth -- Women's basketball coach Edmund Sherod (19-10 then 7-20 in two seasons) resigned.
Coast Guard Academy -- Named Pete Barry men's baskeball coach.
TRACK AND FIELD
Eastern States Championships -- Keisha Caine of Wilson High (D.C.) won the 200 meters in 25.2 seconds, Tyra Moore of Largo the triple jump at 38 feet 11 in girls meet at Columbia U. in New York. Largo's Candice Robinson was second in the 100.
Interhigh -- Seniors all-star baseball game set 11 a.m. Saturday, RFK Auxiliary Field.
South Lakes -- Named Linda Jones girls basketball coach.