ABC Evening News for Sunday, Oct 02, 1983
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(Studio) Raiders-Redskins and Dallas-Minnesota football games examined; films shown courtesy NBC and CBS sports, respectively. Performances of several players (named in report) highlighted. Other NFL (National Football League) game scores listed on screen. Upcoming baseball playoffs between Philadelphia and Los Angeles examined; showings of both teams this season reviewed. Film clips shown. Los Angeles players Mike Marshall and Greg Brock featured; Steve Garvey mentioned. [BROCK - comments on adjusting to team.] Catcher Jack Fimple mentioned. [Phillies Mike SCHMIDT - feels team had too much talent for success.] Steve Carlton, Pete Rose, Joe Morgan mentioned, shown. [ROSE - comments on season.] [FIMPLE, BROCK, MARSHALL - praise opportunity to play against Phillies.] [MORGAN - responds.] [Rick MONDAY - praises trainer's bald head.] [Tom LASORDA - wants to win "Mr. Potato Head" award.] [Tug McGRAW - doesn't care about Dodgers' superstitions.] Retirement today of Boston Red Sox player Carl Yastrzemski noted, shown. [YASTRZEMSKI - comments on event.] Scope of his career recalled.
REPORTER: Dick Schaap
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