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Sports: Baseball Strike, Minor Leagues #155344

ABC Evening News for Saturday, Aug 13, 1994
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(Studio: John Martin) The second day of the baseball strike updated. [Owners' negotiator Richard RAVITCH, players' negotiator Donald FEHR - comment.]

(Durham, North Carolina: Mike von Fremd) Action at the minor league parks during the major league strike featured; scenes shown from the Durham Bulls park and the film "Bull Durham". [FANS, VENDOR, Bulls' players John SIMMONS, David TOTH - talk baseball.]

(Studio: John Martin) Report introduced.

(New York: Aaron Brown) The Champions Tour of tennis veterans featured; match scenes shown. [Champions Tour player John LLOYD, tennis fan Fred SEISEL, players Jimmy CONNORS, Bjorn BORG, tennis fan Dave KAMINER - compare senior tennis to senior golf and talk about tennis then and now.]

Brown, Aaron;
Martin, John;
von Fremd, Mike

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