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NBC Evening News for Monday, Nov 29, 1976
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(Studio) Reggie Jackson's deal with New York Yankees noted.
REPORTER: David Brinkley

(NYC) At end of 1976 World Series, winners, Cincinnati Reds, decided not to go after any of free agents in baseball, and losers, New York Yankees, decided to get the best of them. Today Yankee's sign Reggie Jackson and former Reds pitcher Don Gullett. Some say Yankees have bought a dynasty. [Yankee president Gabe PAUL - says it's survival of fittest.] [Yankees' owner George STEINBRENNER - says he tries to run a business.] [JACKSON - notes that no one said Jets bought a league when they bought Joe Namath.]
REPORTER: Dick Schaap

Brinkley, David;
Schaap, Dick

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