SOCCER—In a pair of World Cup tune-up matches, the U.S. beat Poland 3-1 and tied Ajax of Amsterdam 1-1.
TENNIS—JUAN AGUILERA upset top-seeded Boris Becker 6-1, 6-0, 7-6 to win the German Open and $125,000, in Hamburg.
Monica Seles defeated Martina Navratilova 6-1, 6-1 to win the women's Italian Open and earn $100,000, in Rome.
MILEPOSTS—APPROVED: By voters in Cleveland, a tax on alcohol and tobacco that will help finance the building of a downtown stadium-arena complex for the Indians and the Cavaliers, to be completed in 1994.
FIRED: As coach of the Calgary Flames, TERRY CRISP, 46, who in his three seasons with the Flames guided them to a 144-63-33 record and their only Stanley Cup.
As coach of the Boston Celtics, JIMMY RODGERS, 47, under whom the Celtics had a 94-70 mark the past two seasons.
NAMED: As basketball coach at George Washington, MIKE JARVIS, 45, who guided Boston University to a 101-51 record and two NCAA tournament appearances in his five seasons with the Terriers.
SUSPENDED: By the National League, Cincinnati Reds infielder MARIANO DUNCAN, 27, for one game, for bumping umpire Mark Hirschbeck during a game on May 9. Duncan was also fined an undisclosed amount.
TRADED: By the New York Yankees, outfielder DAVE WINFIELD, 38, to the California Angels for pitcher MIKE WITT, 29. As a major leaguer with 10 years' experience and five years with the Yankees, Winfield claimed that he could refuse to be traded. The Yankees contended that a clause in Winfield's contract permitted the deal. The issue probably will be resolved by an arbitrator. And by the Los Angeles Dodgers, second baseman WILLIE RANDOLPH. 35, to the Oakland Athletics for outfielder STAN JAVIER, 25.