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Sports: Kentucky Derby, Basketball, Baseball #109249

ABC Evening News for Saturday, May 02, 1987
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(Studio: Kathleen Sullivan) Alysheba, ridden by Chris McCarron, reported winning Kentucky Derby; details given, scenes shown. Demons Begone's status noted. Seattle-Houston basketball game detailed; performance of individual players (named) noted. Scenes shown courtesy CBS Sports. Montreal-Mets baseball game reported; individual players named. Scenes shown courtesy NBC Sports.

(NYC: Jim Lampley) Pitcher Ron Guidry's contract dispute with New York Yankees considered; details given, scenes shown. [Players Don MATTINGLY, Dave WINFIELD -defense team's performance without Guidry.] Controversy over Yankees' television coverage by SportsChannel cable network explained, discussed. [FAN - criticizes situation.] ["New York Times" columnist Michael GOODWIN - agrees.] [New York state senate Nicholas SPANO - explains sponsoring bill requiring team to broadcast percentage of games free here.] ["New York Post" reporter Michael KAY - comments on Red Barber.]

Lampley, Jim;
Sullivan, Kathleen

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