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Sports: Football, Baseball #93030

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Oct 06, 1985
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(NYC) Chicago-Tampa Bay football game and performance of individual players (named) detailed; scores for other NFL (National Football League) games listed on screen. Scenes shown courtesy CBS Sports. Baseball pitcher Phil Neikro's success noted; scenes shown courtesy Sportschannel. Teams involved in playoffs mentioned. Possibility of World Series between Saint Louis and Kansas City explained, discussed; scenes shown. George Brett success this season examined. [BRETT - describes his approach to game.] [Ron DARLING - comments on his pitching for Mets.] Dwight Gooden mentioned. [Mets member Gary CARTER - comments] [Bob BOONE - cites preparation for World Series.] [Lonnie SMITH - cites his inability to relax.] [Willie WILSON - describes tension.] [Darrell PORTER - thinks media doesn't want Saint Louis-Kansas City World Series.]
REPORTER: Dick Schaap

Reporter(s):
Schaap, Dick
Duration:
00:05:20

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