Message Lost in Space?

Message Lost in Space?

In this image from NASA TV shuttle flight engineer Sunita Williams actually held a Go Red Sox sign in the white room before entering the shuttle Discovery in Cape Canaveral, Fla. Thursday, Dec. 7, 2006. The shuttle was scheduled for for an evening launch.

(AP Photo/NASA TV/BDD Photo Illustration)

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"As Daisuke Matsuzaka prepared to fly from Tokyo for an arrival in Los Angeles tomorrow for the final phase of negotiations with the Red Sox, he may not have been aware that interest in his fate extends to the far reaches of the universe.

"That's not propaganda by either agent or ball club, whose posturing in the last days before the Dec. 14 deadline to sign Matsuzaka will make rich headline material in both Japan and Red Sox Nation. It is the observation of Seth Borenstein, a science writer from the Associated Press and Sox fan who yesterday passed on word that before astronaut Sunita 'Sunny' Williams boarded the space shuttle Discovery, the Needham native jumped in front of a TV camera and held up a "GO RED SOX" sign, which she planned to take with her on a scheduled six-month trip into space." -- 12.8.06, Gordon Edes, Boston Globe

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