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Eye On America (Baseball: Finances and The Future) #341627

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Oct 07, 1992
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Toronto: Bob Faw) The consequences of the contract dispute in baseball between owners and players examined; scenes shown from HBO's "When It Was a Game" and from a recreation of old-time baseball. [Voice of Detroit Tigers broadcaster Ernie HARWELL - talks about the game.] [Florida Marlins president Carl BARGER, two PEOPLE, former baseball commissioner Bowie KUHN, player Jack MORRIS, San Francisco Giants general manager Al ROSEN, player Greg MADDUX, Barry BONDS, player representative Scott BORAS, "Chicago Tribune" Jerome HOLTZMAN - offer views on baseball's problems, spiraling salaries and ownership income.] Issue of revenue sharing raised. [KUHN, ROSEN - talk about the system of baseball.]

(Studio: Dan Rather) Tonight's playoff game coverage and the outcome of today's game announced.

Reporter(s):
Faw, Bob;
Rather, Dan
Duration:
00:04:40

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