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ABC Evening News for Sunday, Oct 11, 1981
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(Studio) Montreal Expos-Philadelphia baseball game reported; players mentioned. Houston Astros' player Nolan Ryan featured; his background recalled. [RYAN - discusses attitude towards baseball career.] [Ruth RYAN - recalls encouraging her husband.] Ryan's performances since major league strike ended examined; films shown courtesy NBC Sports. [Players Rick MONDAY, Alan ASHBY - praise Ryan.] [RYAN - recalls Tom Seaver; comments on breaking Walter Johnson's record.] Today's game with Los Angeles reported; Rick Monday's performance mentioned. Philadelphia Eagles-New Orleans Saints football game reported; film shown courtesy CBS Sports, indiv. players mentioned in report Other NFL (National Football League) games listed on screen, discussed. Football games in progress reported.
REPORTER: Dick Schaap

Schaap, Dick

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