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Drew signs with Red Sox

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Shortstop Stepehn Drew, who turned down a $14.1-million deal from the World Champs this past off-season, finally signed with the Red Sox on Wednesday. Drew accepted a $10-million offer, forfeiting about $4.1 million in salary that he would of made had he signed before the season started. Of course, you’ll read none of this in this week’s print edition of The Brooklyn Paper, but we let you know about it because we want to make sure you keep hustling, Brooklyn!

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