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Sports: Baseball, Basketball, Pole-Vaulting #101312

ABC Evening News for Saturday, Mar 01, 1986
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(Studio: Kathleen Sullivan) Report introduced.

(NYC: Ray Gandolf) Report introduced.

(NYC: Stone Phillips) Reaction to baseball commissioner Peter Ueberroth's punishment of drug abusers examined; details of his plan reviewed. [Yesterday, UEBERROTH - cites strength of peer pressure.] 7 players identification by Ueberroth listed on screen. [Player Keith HERNANDEZ - criticizes commissioner's decision.] [Baseball players union spokesperson Don. FEHR - explains grievance against Ueberroth.] [HERNANDEZ - will refrain from decision until outcome of arbitration.] Reactions of others targeted for punishment outlined. [Doug DeCINCES, Al ROSEN - support Ueberroth's plan.] [FAN - agrees.] [UEBERROTH - defs. plan.]

(NYC: Ray Gandolf) College basketball games listed on screen, discussed. Snow Chief reported winning Florida Derby; details given, scenes shown. Sergei Bubka reported breaking pole-vault record in match against Billy Olson; details given, scenes shown.

Gandolf, Ray;
Phillips, Stone;
Sullivan, Kathleen

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