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Baseball Strike Ends #72984

ABC Evening News for Friday, Jul 31, 1981
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(Studio) End to major league baseball strike announced.
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds

(NYC) Strike settlement examined; details outlined on screen. Agreement said negotiated by players' attys. Marvin Miller and Don Fehr and owners lawyers Ray Grebey and Lee MacPhail. [Federal mediator Ken MOFFETT - supports way settlement was negotiated.] Free-agent issue discussed; Dave Winfield, Frank Castro mentioned. Specifics of settlement explained.
REPORTER: Dick Schaap

(NYC) Efforts aimed at resuming season examined. [Philadelphia Phillies manager Dallas GREEN - notes his teams' preparations.] [Cmsr. Bowie KUHN - hopes the public will understand.] [FAN - couldn't care less.] Criticism of strike in general noted. [White Sox owner Jerry REINSDORF, player Larry BOWA, MAN - think everyone lost.] Strike's impact on vendors and merchants noted. [VENDOR, Fernando VALENZUELA (thru translator) - comment.] [Rich GOSSAGE - is ready to play again.]
REPORTER: Jim Lampley

(Studio) Upcoming items announced.
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds

Lampley, Jim;
Reynolds, Frank;
Schaap, Dick

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