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Sports: Gooden Arrested, America's Cup, Football #100409

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Dec 14, 1986
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(Studio: Sam Donaldson) Report introduced.

(Studio: Dan Lovett) Arrest of baseball players Dwight Gooden and Gary Sheffield for injury to police officer reported; details given. America II reported losing to New Zealand in America's Cup trials; number United States boats remaining in competition mentioned. Cleveland-Cincinnati, Saint Louis-New York City football games and performances of individual players (named) detailed; scenes shown courtesy NBC and CBS. New York Giants' history and season this year featured; scenes shown. [Coach Mike DITKA, former player Y.A. TITTLE, player George MARTIN, general manager George YOUNG, "New York Times" columnist Dave ANDERSON, players Joe MORRIS, Lawrence TAYLOR, Harry CARSON, Raul ALLEGRE - discuss team's odyssey.]

Donaldson, Sam;
Lovett, Dan

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