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Pat McKernan / Minor League Baseball #218209

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Jul 24, 1971
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(Studio) Some people still love baseball for its own sake.
REPORTER: Charles Kuralt

(Pittsfield, Massachusetts) Pat McKernan owns Pittsfield Senators minor league baseball team; conts. to be enthusiastic about minor league baseball, despite losing $100 per week on team; teaches at junior Mississippi; sports director at local radio station. [McKernan employee Paul GREENLEAF - knows isn't good enough to be player; wants to work in baseball management. [Mike GREENLEAF - says volunteered to help at ball park because loves baseball.] [Jim GUINAN - says sells tickets at ball park as community relations activity.] [Mrs. Ann McKERNAN - says husband enjoys what he's doing.] [McKERNAN - says owning team is risk; likes Pittsfield; would like to own triple A baseball team or major league team some day.]
REPORTER: Hughes Rudd

Kuralt, Charles;
Rudd, Hughes

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