Big Baseball Contracts

Host Bob Edwards talks with commentator John Feinstein about two lucrative new baseball contracts signed Wednesday and how they'll affect other Major League salaries. The New York Yankees re-signed star outfielder Bernie Williams for 87.5 million over seven years and the Anaheim Angels got free agent Mo Vaughn for 80 million over the next six years.

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