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Sports: French Open Tennis, Baseball, Soccer in the US #154634

ABC Evening News for Saturday, Jun 04, 1994
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) Report introduced.

(Studio: Dick Schaap) Highlights shown from the rain-delayed women's tennis finals at the French Open and a baseball game between the Kansas City Royals-New York Yankees.

(Dorchester, Massachusetts: Armen Keteyian) Legacy tour program to upgrade soccer in the United States featured; scenes shown from Boston of kids from the island of Cape Verde playing soccer and of the tour program for inner city kids. [Coach Manny TEIXEIRA, South Boston youth soccer Billy RYAN, KID - comment.] Legacy Tour 1994 founder Brad ROTHENBERG, KID, Sportflood United States of America Jac FLANDERS - talk about Americanizing soccer.]

Brown, Aaron;
Keteyian, Armen;
Schaap, Dick

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