Tuesday, August 14, 2007

Pitching to Work

"The Toronto Blue Jays, flush with an infusion of cash from owner Ted Rogers, just locked up Florida Marlins starter A.J. Burnett for five years and $55 million, barely a week after making B.J. Ryan the best-paid reliever in baseball history with a five-year, $47 million deal of his own. Burnett is 28, but he's only 49-50 for his career. Ryan is 29, and his resume is even shorter: one year as a closer and 42 career saves.”
-Associated Press 12/7/2005

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