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Baseball / Rose In Draft / Japanese Baseball and China, PR #51948

ABC Evening News for Friday, Nov 03, 1978
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(Studio) Baseball player Pete Rose's pick by 12 teams in sports' free agent draft reported; New York Mets said to have 1st chance at negotiations with Rose. Rose's present trip with former or present team for exhibition baseball games in Asia noted; team now reported in Japan.
REPORTER: Max Robinson

(Tokyo, Japan) Report on Peking (China, PR) baseball club's trip to Tokyo to take lessons in Japanese baseball methods. Improvements in Japan-China relations noted. Details about training given. Exhibition game between Cincinnati (Ohio) Reds and Tokyo Yomiuri Giants, viewed by Chinese players, described. Los Angeles Dodgers and New York Yankees mentioned.
REPORTER: Bill Redeker

Redeker, Bill;
Robinson, Max

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