Memorabilia Firm Says Red Sox' Ortiz Didn't Sign

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Major League Baseball's Boston Red Sox player David Ortiz signed an exclusive contract with Steiner, a sports memorabilia company. He's supposed to show up at signing sessions and corporate events. He's also supposed to sign souvenirs. But the company claims that Ortiz hasn't done enough. It's demanding $1 million in damages for the 8,000 times Ortiz was supposed to use his pen.



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