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Sports: Baseball, Football #99518

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Oct 19, 1986
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(Studio: Sam Donaldson) Report introduced.

(NYC: Dan Lovett) Opening game of World Series between New York Mets and Boston Red Sox reviewed; scenes shown. Indiv. players named, shown courtesy NBC Sports. Vikings-Bears football game, with individual players' (named) performances detailed, noted; scenes shown courtesy CBS Sports. San Francisco-Atlanta game reported high school football player Todd Marinovich, managed by father, profiled; details given, scenes shown. [Marv MARINOVICH - justifies son's regime.] [Trainers Dr. Michael YESSIS, Bill CUNERTY, Kevin McNAIR, Dr. Vincent WHITE - describe training focus.] [Todd MARINOVICH - comments.] Father's professional football career recalled. [Marv MARINOVICH - acknowledges being obsessed with pushing son.] [HS coach Dick ENRIGHT, Ray PANICI - comment.] [Todd MARINOVICH - defs. father's pressuring.] [Trudi MARINOVICH - supports ex-husband's and son's current obsession.] [Marv MARINOVICH - comments.] [Todd and Marv MARINOVICH - comment on future.]

Donaldson, Sam;
Lovett, Dan

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