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Sports: New York City Marathon, Football, Baseball #92875

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Oct 27, 1985
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(NYC) New York City marathon reported won by Orlando Pizzolato and Grete Waitz; scenes shown. Chicago-Minnesota football game reported; scenes shown courtesy CBS Sports. Performances of individual players (named) mentioned. Other NFL game scores listed on screen. Lou Piniella reported replacing Billy Martin as Yankees manager
REPORTER: Stone Phillips

(Kansas City, Missouri) Final World Series game tonight between Royals and Cardinals previewed; individual players (named) discussed, shown. [John TUDOR - doesn't want to contemplate tonight's game.] [Bret SABERHAGEN - comments on birth of his first child.] [TUDOR - criticizes media; laments not having fun.] [SABERHAGEN - anticipates child's growth.] [George BRETT - compares Saberhagen with Dwight Gooden.] [SABERHAGEN - describes wearing Brett's clothing.] [Mgr. Dick HOWSER - predicts victory.]
REPORTER: Dick Schaap

(NYC) World Series coverage announced.

Phillips, Stone;
Schaap, Dick

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