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Sports: Pro Basketball, Tennis, Baseball, Guerrero #115872

ABC Evening News for Saturday, May 28, 1988
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(Studio: Barry Serafin) Report introduced.

(Studio: Ray Gandolf) Defeat of Boston Celtics by Detroit Pistons in NBA pro basketball play-off game reported; scenes shown from CBS Sports. Tennis matches at French Open between Chris Evert-Aranxha Sanchez and John McEnroe- Michael Chang reported; scenes shown. San Diego Padres reported firing manager Larry Bowa. Race car driver Roberto Guerrero featured; scenes shown of Guerrero racing in Indianapolis "500" in 1987. [GUERRERO - says he was devastated by bad luck last year] Guerrero's racing accident and rapid recovery recalled; scenes shown. [Wife Katie GUERRERO, Roberto GUERRERO - talk about his accident and recovery.] [Indy car owner Vince GRANATELLI - says he knew Roberto would recover.] [Roberto GUERRERO - explains desire to race again.] [Katie GUERRERO - recalls meeting Roberto; explains family life.] Racing scenes shown. [GRANATELLI - praises Guerrero's desire.] [Roberto GUERRERO - discusses racing.] television coverage of Indianapolis "500" announced.

Gandolf, Ray;
Serafin, Barry

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