February 05, 2010
The soon-to-be 31-year-old will supposedly get $1.5 million as a base salary with a slew of incentives thrown in. That's a big drop in cash from the $7.5 million he made last year.
Sounds like a pretty good deal for Bedard, frankly, since his last two seasons ended early due to injury and he isn't likely to hit a big-league mound till June or July of this year.
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