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NBC Evening News for Thursday, Aug 29, 2002
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(Studio: Stone Phillips) Report introduced.

(Wrigley Field, Chicago: Jim Avila) Talk of a strike threatening to end the season in major league baseball featured; details given about the issues of both sides. [Baseball fan Kirk DONSKEY†- says once the season starts, it should continue without interruption.] [Milwaukee Brewers player Mark LORETTA†- says there is a deal to be had.] [Arizona Diamondbacks player Mark GRACE††- says he doesn’t blame fans for turning away from baseball.] [University of Chicago sports economist Allen SANDERSON†- comments on fans’ resentment of players’ high salaries.]

Phillips, Stone;
Avila, Jim

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