Matsusucka Born Every Minute

Matsusucka Born
Every Minute

Red Sox fan Michael Ardagna, from Andover, showed a baseball that Daisuke Matsuzaka autographed for him near the Red Sox player development complex in Fort Myers on Wednesday.

(AP Photo)

It's Going to Cost You $450.00 for a Signed Matsuzaka Ball
as Price-K's Exclusive Memorabilia and Autograph Deal
Will Net the Puzzling Pitcher $150.00 Per Signature

So Does Matsuzaka Have His Eye on the Ball?
Or His Bank Account?

"Sure enough, the price for a Matsuzaka signed baseball in English will be $449.99, while his signature with a Kanji inscription will cost $100 more. The public usually pays between double and triple what the player gets per signature. So that means that Matsuzaka is conservatively making $150 per signature, one of the highest in sports memorabilia history." -- 8.14.07, Darren Rovell CNBC.com

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