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NBC Evening News for Monday, Apr 09, 1990
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(Studio: Tom Brokaw) Baseball's opening day in Boston, Massachusetts, reported; players Wade Boggs, Roger Clemens, Tony Phillips mentioned. Report introduced.

(Boston: Mike Leonard) Baseball players' salaries examined; details given of their income options; scenes shown. [Player Mike KEITH - comments on his investments.] Player Bo Jackson reported knowing about money; scenes shown from his Nike commercials. [Players Mike LARKIN, Dave BERGMAN - comment on money.] [Detroit Tigers manager Sparky ANDERSON - says most players carry computers with them on the road.] Baseball greats Carl Furillo, Sandy Amoros, Rocky Bridges and Alvin Dark mentioned working for blue collar wages rather than blue chip investments.

Brokaw, Tom;
Leonard, Mike

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