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Sports: Basketball, Indy 500, Baseball #109608

ABC Evening News for Saturday, May 09, 1987
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(Studio: Kathleen Sullivan) Lakers-Golden State, Houston-Seattle basketball games reported; performance of individual players (named) noted. Scenes shown courtesy CBS Sports.

(Indianapolis, IN: Jim Lampley) Indy 500 qualifying races reviewed; drivers' showing so far listed on screen.

(Studio: Kathleen Sullivan) California-Boston baseball game detailed; individual players' (named) performance noted.

(No location given: Dick Schaap) Reggie Jackson's imminent retirement noted; his career reviewed. Scenes shown. [JACKSON - remembers 1978 World Series confrontation with Bob Welch; wants fans to remember his commitment to game; would like to have won Golden Glove; recalls conflict with Billy Martin; discusses continued racism in baseball.]

Lampley, Jim;
Schaap, Dick;
Sullivan, Kathleen

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