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Baseball #298540

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Jul 08, 1984
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(Studio) New York Mets and San Diego Padres said National League's top eastern and west division teams, respectively.
REPORTER: Morton Dean

(San Diego, California) Padres' winning season, after years of losing, examined; films shown. [Team vice president Jack McKEON - comments on season.] McKeon said credited with turning team around; several players named, shown. Drug-related legal problems of player Alan Wiggins in 1982 recalled. [WIGGINS - credits team org. with his rehabilitation.] Baseball commissioner Bowie Kuhn's new drug rules for players recalled. [Padres president Ballard SMITH - praises team's experience with helping Wiggins.] [WIGGINS - encourages players to utilize drug program offered by club.]
REPORTER: Andrea Naverson

Dean, Morton;
Naverson, Andrea

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