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Sports: Baseball, Basketball #108655

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Apr 19, 1987
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(Studio: Sam Donaldson) Report introduced.

(Studio: Jack Whitaker) Brewers-Rangers baseball game and performance of indiv. players (named) reported; scenes shown courtesy Texas Rangers Baseball Network. Celtics-Hawks basketball game reported; Larry Bird mentioned, scenes shown courtesy CBS Sports. Famous baseball outfielders listed. Kansas City player Bo Jackson profiled; scenes shown. [Coach Hal McRAE, executive vice president John SHERHOLTZ - praise Jackson.] [JACKSON - enjoys life.] Jackson's football career reviewed. [JACKSON - explains turning to baseball.] [Tampa Bay coach Ray PERKINS - cites need for Jackson to be happy in job.] [McRAE - comments.] Coach Ed Napoleon mentioned. [JACKSON - comments.]

Donaldson, Sam;
Whitaker, Jack

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