NBC Evening News for Sunday, Sep 17, 1978
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(Studio) Intro. to sports.
REPORTER: Jessica Savitch
(Studio) NFL (National Football League) football scores reported; games are Seattle-New York Jets, Pittsburgh- Cincinnati, Cleveland-Atlanta, Green Bay-Oakland, Chicago-Detroit, Washington-Saint Louis and Minnesota-Tampa Bay. Films shown, courtesy NBC and CBS Sports; players' names mentioned. Baseball game between New York Yankees and Boston Red Sox in Yankee Stadium in American League east pennant race reported; film shown. [Boston manager Don ZIMMER - has never been quitter and knows players aren't. Notes possibilities in games with Yankees and Detroit and in Yankee game with Milwaukee.] [Boston player Carl YASTRZEMSKI - says it's not over yet.] [Boston player Jerry REMY - says players have to remember there's pride involved in game.] Boston's win over Yankees noted. [Yankee player Reggie JACKSON - didn't think Yankees would catch up when they were several games behind.] Other baseball reports given concern Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Kansas City, California and Los Angeles.
REPORTER: Dick Schaap
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