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Sports: Boxing, Ryan #117245

ABC Evening News for Saturday, Jul 09, 1988
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(Studio: Carole Simpson) Report introduced.

(Studio: Ray Gandolf) Don. Trump reported close to taking over business affairs of boxer Mike Tyson. Pitching feat of baseball player Nolan Ryan of Houston Astros detailed; scenes shown from NBC Sports. [Ex-umpire Ron LUCIANO, players Von HAYES, Andre DAWSON, Mike SCHMIDT - talk about speed of Ryan.] [RYAN - hopes to strike out 5000 before retirement.] Ryan's strikeout totals detailed. [Players Mike SCIOSCIA, Dion JAMES, Mike MARSHALL, SCHMIDT - talk about Ryan.] Game film shown. [Astros manager Hal LANIER - says team has not been scoring when Ryan pitches.] [RYAN - comments on pitching.]

Gandolf, Ray;
Simpson, Carole

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