Memorabilia Firm Says Red Sox' Ortiz Didn't Sign David Ortiz signed an exclusive contract with Steiner, a sports memorabilia company. He's also supposed to sign souvenirs. But the company claims that Ortiz hasn't done enough. It is demanding $1 million in damages for the 8,000 times Ortiz was supposed to use his pen.
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Memorabilia Firm Says Red Sox' Ortiz Didn't Sign

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Memorabilia Firm Says Red Sox' Ortiz Didn't Sign

Memorabilia Firm Says Red Sox' Ortiz Didn't Sign

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