Red Sox think Moncada-type contracts are OK


"If teams want to explore the international market and they value a player at $30 million or $60 million or $100 million, by all means they should be entitled to write a check for $30 million or $60 million or $100 million. I think that what’s often lost is at the expense of a formal entrance to professional baseball in America through an international draft. We’d be limiting the ability of players to negotiate true market value. And in a country based on free market, that stands opposed to a number of principles."

Boston Herald

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