BASEBALL San Francisco Giants -- Said P Bud Black, who played for Cleveland and Toronto in 1990, signed $10 million, four-year contract. Black was 11-10 with a 3.53 ERA in 29 games with Cleveland before being traded to Blue Jays Sept. 17. He went 2-1 for Toronto with a 4.02 ERA. Montreal Expos -- Traded RHP John Costello to San Diego Padres for LHP Brian Harrison.
FOOTBALL Detroit Lions -- Claimed DE Ray Seals on waivers and put LB Toby Caston on the IR. Dallas Cowboys -- Signed FB Robert Perryman, whom New England Patriots released earlier in week.
BASKETBALL Italian League -- Defending champion Scavolini Pesaro signed G Elston Turner as temporary substitute for Darwin Cook, who was injured Sunday. Turner, 31, played for Dallas, Denver and Chicago of NBA.
CYCLING Tour of Mexico -- Mexican Raul Alcala won seventh leg, finishing first in Guadalajara after 10-rider final sprint that included five Soviets.
SOCCER Soccer Association of Columbia (Md.) -- Named former Washington Diplomats Coach John Ellinger and U.S. national team member Desmond Armstrong directors of coaching.
COLLEGES American -- Field hockey coach Anne Wilkinson was named South Atlantic Conference coach of year. Team finished 14-5-1 after going 4-13-1 in 1989. School named Bruce Kelley (Catholic '83) volunteer assistant men's basketball coach, Barbara Reimann assistant AD for academics/compliance, and Jeff Ritter ticket manager.
HIGH SCHOOLS American Youth Fitness Association -- Will sponsor recruiting camp for high school football players Dec. 8 at Arena Sports and Fitness in Woodbridge. Camp's purpose is to enable players to showcase talents before recruiters from NCAA Divisions I, II, III and NAIA schools. Applications can be obtained from area high school coaches or by calling (703) 631-0137.