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FLAT SECOND QUARTER EARNINGS FOR RAWLINGS
Published March 20, 1995
The baseball strike is being blamed for "flat" 2ndQ earnings for Rawlings Sporting Goods Co. Rawlings CFO Craig Mankowski: "We're not facing a decline; it's just flat compared to last year. The leagues have already made their (spring) order." Mankowski notes that "the problem could come later if the baseball strike continues and people start to lose interest in the game" (Rawlings).