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NBC Evening News for Sunday, Jul 28, 1974
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(Studio) 20 years ago, Bobby Brown, 1st baseman for New York Yankees. Brown later quit baseball to become doctor.
REPORTER: Floyd Kalber

(Arlington, Texas) 1949 film of Brown on baseball field shown. Now, Dr. Robert Brown accepts post as president of Texas Rangers. [BROWN - explains why he gave up medical practice to become involved in baseball again.] Brown renews acquaintance with former Yankee teammate Billy Martin. Martin now manages Rangers. [BROWN - discusses team's and Martin's attributes.] Brown sometimes admits wishing he were back on playing field. [BROWN - says game basically same now as 25 years ago.]
REPORTER: George Lewis

Kalber, Floyd;
Lewis, George

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