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World Series / Hunter #46128

ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Oct 12, 1977
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(Studio) Los Angeles Dodgers and Ny Yankees clash in 1977 World Series.
REPORTER: Barbara Walters

(NYC) (Films of Jim "Catfish" Hunter shown.) Hunter's success noted. Precedents detailed. Hunter's physical problems this year recalled. [HUNTER - thinks he's ready and was ready when playoffs started. Cites probable reasons for manager Billy Martin's choosing him for tonight's game. Is too dumb to get scared by game; goes out to try to get batters to hit instead of walk, and if he throws strikes and gets beat, that's it.]
REPORTER: Howard Cosell

(NYC) Report on success yankees have made of being inner city team and deciding to stay in Harlem site to rebuild rather than go outside area, like other clubs.

Cosell, Howard;
Reasoner, Harry;
Walters, Barbara

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