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Baseball Strike #72607

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Jul 14, 1981
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(Studio) Labor Secretary Raymond Donovan reported entering negotiations to end major league baseball strike; Cleveland's loss from canceled all-star game mentioned.
REPORTER: Max Robinson

(Redding, Pennsylvania) [Ron ROENICKE, John D'ACQUISTO - introduction selves.] Minor league players examined. [D'ACQUISTO - warns major league players about his competence.] Don Drysdale's role as announcer for Salt Lake City team mentioned; cable networks such as Turner Bdcsting. said televising minor league games like that between Richmond Braves and Pawtucket Red Sox. [Eastern League president Pat McKERNAN - praises media coverage.] [FANS - praise minor league teams.]
REPORTER: John North

(Studio) Further discussion of strike on tonight's "Nightline" announced.
REPORTER: Max Robinson

North, John;
Robinson, Max

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