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Mondesi Earnings Dispute Drags on
2004-02-26 09:23
by Jon Weisman
Note: The Dodger Thoughts blog has moved to the Los Angeles Times.

Apparently, the dispute in which Raul Mondesi owes Mario Guerrero 1 percent of his career earnings, plus interest, remains shy of a neat and tidy resolution, according to Raul Tavares' Dominican Players.

Tavares said Guerrero denied a recent report that Mondesi had reached an agreement to fulfill the court-ordered payment, and that he (Guerrero) intends to press the case.

"Asked if he was not asking too much, [Guerrero] said that other players made the same deal and have paid him," Tavares writes. "He said that when Mondesi was a rookie in the Dominican Winter League he paid for his food and transportation; at the time Mondesi considered Guerrero his tutor and right hand, and now he refuses to talk to him or meet him."

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