Friday, November 17, 2006

What's currently wrong in Baseball

It is completely wrong, in my not so humble opinion, that the Bost Red Sox paid $51.1 million to gain exclusive rights to talk to a pitcher from Japan. The pitcher himself will only make $40 million at most over four years but his team will make more than that from selling his rights to the Boston Red Sox.

On top of this, that amount, $51.1 million, is more money than the payroll of a couple professional baseball teams including the Tampa Bay Devil Rays, the Florida Marlins, and the Colorado Rockies.

If that's not screwed up, what is?


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