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CBS Evening News for Tuesday, May 03, 1988
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Baltimore Orioles' losing streak mentioned. Cincinnati Reds manager Pete Rose's pushing umpire recalled; penalty featured. Report introduced.

(Cincinnati, Ohio: Harold Dow) Rose's shoving incident shown. [Representative John PORTER -comments on Rose.] Rose's suspension discussed. Cincinnati radio bdcstrs. quoted on screen with regard to umpire Dave Pallone. [Reds broadcaster Marty BRENNAMAN - comments on situation.] Spectators noted throwing debris at Pallone after he ejected Rose from game. [National League president A. Bartlett GIAMATTI - describes situation.] [ROSE - says umpire threw first blow.] [Detroit Tigers manager Sparky ANDERSON - comments on situation.] [Reds broadcaster Johnny BENCH - describes situation.] [Sports columnist Dave ANDERSON - approves of suspension.] Baseball officials noted attempting to protect game through Rose's punishment.

Dow, Harold;
Rather, Dan

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