MILEPOSTS—FINED: By the International Automobile Federation's appeals court, 1988 Formula One driving champion AYRTON SENNA, 29, $100,000, for endangering other competitors by illegally driving his car back onto the course after a collision during the Japanese Grand Prix on Oct. 22.
NAMED: By the Baseball Writers Association of America as National League Manager of the Year, DON ZIMMER, 58, of the Chicago Cubs; and as American League Manager of the Year, FRANK ROBINSON, 54, of the Baltimore Orioles.
As manager of the Cincinnati Reds, former New York Yankee skipper LOU PINIELLA, 46; and as manager of the Cleveland Indians, JOHN McNAMARA, 57, who had previously been at the helm of five other major league teams.
RESIGNED: As University of Florida basketball coach, NORM SLOAN, 63, who guided the Gators to a 235-194 record during his 15 seasons. Sloan departed amid allegations that, among other things, he and an assistant had paid players. He was replaced on an interim basis by former Tennessee coach DON DeVOE, 47.
TRADED: By the Edmonton Oilers, center JIMMY CARSON, 21, right wing KEVIN McCLELLAND, 27, and a 1991 draft choice to the Detroit Red Wings for left wing-center ADAM GRAVES, 21, left wing PETR KLIMA, 24, center JOE MURPHY, 22, and defenseman JEFF SHARPLES, 22.