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Baseball / Rose and Gambling #570328

NBC Evening News for Thursday, Aug 24, 1989
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(Studio: Mary Alice Williams) Reports introd.

(NYC: James Polk) Baseball commissioner A. Bartlett Giamatti reported suspending Cincinnati Reds manager Pete Rose for life because of latter's gambling activities. [ROSE, GIAMATTI - comment.] Possibility of Rose's reinstmt. in one year discussed. Evidence against Rose reviewed; scenes shown. [ROSE - says he expects to be made member of Baseball Hall of Fame.] [Baseball Writers Association spokesperson Jack LANG - comments.]

(Cincinnati, Ohio: Dan Molina) Cincinnati, Ohio's, response to Rose suspension featured; details given, scenes shown. [ROSE, PEOPLE, Reds owner Marge SCHOTT, Little League World Series PLAYER, Henry AARON - comment.]

(Studio: Mary Alice Williams) Tommy Helms reported new Cincinnati Reds manager; details given.

Molina, Dan;
Polk, James;
Williams, Mary Alice

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