BASEBALL

Baltimore Orioles -- Pitcher Mark Williamson will be at the Orioles Baseball Store at Farragut Square Wednesday, noon until 2, to sign autographs and talk with fans.

South Korean national team will play two games in Maryland against the semipro Wagner Orioles: Thursday in Hagerstown at 8:30 and Friday in Frederick at 7:30.

FOOTBALL

Washington Redskins -- Remaining tickets to preseason games vs. Steelers Aug. 17 and Rams Aug. 31 go on sale Monday at 9 a.m. at RFK Stadium box office.

Quarterback Club of Washington -- Hosts annual visit to Redskins training camp in Carlisle, Pa., Aug. 2. Call 948-0050 or 690-3280.

Minnesota Vikings -- SS Joey Browner signed three one-year contracts, reportedly worth about $1 million each.

Cleveland Browns -- T Cody Risien, who retired March 21, changed his mind.

AUTO RACING

Meadowlands Grand Prix -- Michael Andretti (114.401 mph) won provisional pole for Sunday's race in East Rutherford, N.J. Rick Mears (113.771) is second.

Grand Prix of Great Britain -- Ayrton Senna won provisional pole for Sunday's race in Silverstone, England. He turned a fast lap of 1 minute 8.071 seconds to edge teammate Gerhard Berger (1:08.246).

BOXING

Super Welterweights -- Terry Norris (26-3) defended his World Boxing Council title with a unanimous decision over former champion Rene Jacquot (28-11) in Annecy, France.

Super Featherweights -- Jeff Fenech (virus) pulled out of July 21 fight with Juan LaPorte for the vacant WBC title.

HOCKEY

Boston Bruins -- Announced D Greg Hawgood (11 goals, 27 assists last season) will play in the Italy next season.

COLLEGES

Navy -- Will play in the second annual Blue Angels Classic basketball tournament in Pensacola, Fla., Dec. 28-29 with Towson State, Alabama and North Carolina-Charlotte.

HIGH SCHOOLS

Churchill -- Boys basketball coach Paul Foringer resigned.

LOCALLY

World Cycling Championships for Amputees -- Burke's Ron Irvine won five gold medals in St. Etienne, France, this week.

OBITUARY

Joao Saldanha -- The coach who led Brazil to 1970 World Cup triumph died of a heart attack in Rome at 73.