Baseball star Gary Sheffield's 18 years of hard work in the majors has paid off - the Detroit Tigers signed him to a three-year, $41-million contract this winter. He joins Leonard today to talk about the business of baseball. Also: why 1908 was a crazy year for baseball. Then, Grandmother Agnes Pilgrim, who's the oldest surviving female member of the Rogue River Indians. And we'll hear an update on the horrific wave of murders in Juarez, Mexico. Over 400 women and girls have been killed, and still no one knows who's responsible.
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