Dice-K Deal Debuts

Two years after winning the World Series, the Boston Red Sox hope new addition, Daisuke Matsuzaka will help win them another championship. The club signed the Japanese pitching sensation yesterday to a six year, fifty-two million dollar contract. That's on top of fifty-one million already paid to his Japanese club.

WBUR's Business and Technology Reporter Curt Nickisch says it's not just the Red Sox who hope to cash in on the man with the hundred-million-dollar arm.

This program aired on December 15, 2006. The audio for this program is not available.

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Curt Nickisch Business & Technology Reporter
Curt Nickisch was formerly WBUR's business and technology reporter.



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