BASEBALL San Diego Padres -- OF Tony Gwynn fractured the tip of his right index finger in Saturday night's game at Atlanta. He is expected to return to lineup in "three or four days." Cincinnati Reds -- Called up LHP Gino Minutelli from Class AAA. Los Angeles Dodgers -- Signed free-agent ex-Mets C Barry Lyons.

HOCKEY Montreal Canadiens -- Lost by 4-1 to Moscow Dynamo, which scored three times on power plays. Weary from playing three games in five days in three cities, the NHL team lost for the first time on its Soviet trip.

TENNIS Bordeaux Tournament -- Guy Forget of France beat No. 2-seeded Goran Ivanisevic of Yugoslavia, 6-4, 6-3, in the title match. Earlier in the week, Forget, ranked No. 19 in the world and seeded fourth, wanted to withdraw upon learning of the death of his father.

COLLEGES Baylor -- Football player John P. Karkoska was listed in critical condition with liver failure. Karkoska, 19, a freshman G, collapsed Thursday after a team workout.

LOCALLY Rowing -- Kevin Bedell of the Potomac Boat Club won the men's lightweight single sculls in the world championship trials in Camden, N.J., covering the 2,000 meters in 7 minutes 9 seconds. Bedell will represent the United States in the world championships. Water Polo -- Navy dropped a 10-9 decision to Brown in the final of the Eastern Invitational at Annapolis. Earlier, the Midshipmen defeated Slippery Rock, 11-9.