BANNED: From competing in the 1984 Winter Olympics, INGEMAR STENMARK of Sweden and HANNI WENZEL of Liechtenstein, each of whom won two gold medals in Alpine skiing at the 1980 Games. The International Olympic Committee upheld an International Ski Federation decision declaring the two ineligible because they hold special competition licenses that allow them to receive direct payments, in prize money and from commercial sponsors, while skiing on the World Cup circuit.
FIRED: By the Major League Baseball Players Association, Executive Director KEN MOFFETT, 51, Marvin Miller, who left the post on Jan. 1 after 16� years, was named interim director (page 15).
By the New Jersey Devils, Coach BILLY MacMILLAN, 40, after the Devils lost 18 of their first 20 games. TOM McVIE, 48, coach of the Devils' minor league club in Portland, Maine, was named coach.
NAMED: As the National and American League Rookies of the Year, respectively. New York Mets Rightfielder DARRYL STRAWBERRY, 21, and Chicago White Sox Leftfielder RON KITTLE, 25.
As football coach at Rice, WATSON BROWN, 33, who had a 4-6-1 record in one season at Cincinnati.
As coach of the Winnipeg Jets, BARRY LONG, 34, a former Jets defenseman and scout who became an assistant coach only two weeks ago.
TRADED: By the Oakland A's, Pitcher DAVE BEARD, 24, and Catcher BOB KEARNEY, 27, to the Seattle Mariners for Pitcher BILL CAUDILL, 27, and a player to be named later.