BASEBALL Milwaukee Brewers -- Named Fred Stanley, coordinator of minor league instruction for Seattle for two seasons, as infield coach.

HORSE RACING Santa Anita -- Pleasant Tap, nine lengths back midway through the race, rallied to win the $112,600 Malibu Stakes as Santa Anita opened its 1990-91 meeting before crowd of 45,176. Malibu was first leg of three-race series culminating with $500,000 Strub Stakes for 4-year-olds Feb. 10. Pleasant Tap ($9.40) ran seven furlongs in 1:21 3/5 and finished 1 1/4 lengths in front of Bedeviled, with Due To The King another 1 1/2 lengths back.

AUTO RACING Memorial Service -- Former stock car racers remembered Wendell Scott as an amiable but determined competitor who succeeded on the Grand National circuit despite inferior equipment. The drivers were part of an overflow crowd attending services for big-time racing's first black driver at North New Hope Baptist Church in Danville, Va. Scott, 69, who died Sunday, was played by Richard Pryor in the 1977 film "Greased Lightning," which chronicled Scott's racing career.

BOATING Washington Boat Show -- The 30th edition will be held at Washington Convention Center Jan. 16-21. For exhibitor information, call (703) 569-7141.

COLLEGES Brown -- Senior soccer player Suzanne Bailey (Holton-Arms) was named NSCAA Division I first-team all-American. She also was named first-team all-Ivy League for fourth straight season, only sixth time in league history that has been achieved. She also was named Ivy League's player of year for 1990. Bailey also was an all-American in lacrosse last season.

LOCALLY Honor -- DeMatha senior placekicker David DeArmas, a Washington Post first-team All-Met selection in football, was named to USA Today's all-U.S. team.