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Sports: Basketball, Tennis, Baseball #101855

ABC Evening News for Saturday, Mar 08, 1986
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(Studio: Kathleen Sullivan) Report introduced.

(NYC: Ray Gandolf) Kentucky-Alabama, Michigan-IN, MD-Georgia Tech basketball games detailed; performances of individual players (named) mentioned. Scenes shown courtesy NBC and CBS sports. Martina Navratilova's win over Helena Sukova today said making her record money winner on tennis circuit; details given, scenes shown courtesy CBS Sports. Keith Hernandez reported deciding to go along with commissioner Peter Ueberroth's mandatory conditions for those baseball players guilty of drug abuse; details given. Ken Harrelson's role in White Sox training examined. [HARRELSON - explains goals for his team.] His baseball, pro golf and broadcast careers reviewed. [Mgr. Tony LaRUSSA, HARRELSON - discuss risks of Harrelson's position.] Indiv. coaches recruited by Harrelson listed, shown. [Don DRYSDALE -describes his approach to coaching.] [HARRELSON - discusses job.] Outcome of White Sox exhibition game mentioned.

Gandolf, Ray;
Sullivan, Kathleen

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