It’s not the $51 million!

Japanese pitcher Daisuke Matsuzaka said yesterday he was “relieved” to hear the Boston Red Sox had won the bidding battle to negotiate with a US$51.1 million offer for him to play in the major leagues.

The $51 million may seem the reason for his “relief.” But I know the real cause for relief is that Su-san, my brother in-law, won’t have to go very far to see him play.None of the newspaper articles seem to pick up on this obvious fact. They keep fixating on the exorbitant sum of money.

I wonder if he’s philanthropic…

Read the full story at: http://www.taipeitimes.com/News/sport/archives/2006/11/16/2003336621 

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Marc A. Pitman

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