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(Studio: Elizabeth Vargas) The threat of a baseball strike introduced. [President BUSH - says the fans will be furious if there is a work stoppage.]
(New York: Bob Jamieson) The announcement by the baseball players union of a strike date featured; details given of the dispute over money including the luxury tax. [At Wrigley Field, players Joe GIRARDI, Mark GRACE- comment on a strike.] [Baltimore Orioles owner Peter ANGELOS- says the spiralling payroll situation needs control.] [ESPN baseball analyst Peter GAMMONS- says the money struggle is distasteful.]
(Studio: Elizabeth Vargas) Report introduced.
(Seattle: Neal Karlinsky) The angry reaction of baseball fans to a possible strike featured. [On talk radio, FAN; former player Bobby DOERR - complain.] [Sports commentator Frank DEFORD- says this is not a good time for a strike by young millionaires.] [Former player Tony GWYNN- worries about getting fans back.] [Outside Safeco Field, two FANS - react.]
- Jamieson, Bob;
- Karlinsky, Neal;
- Vargas, Elizabeth
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