THIS STORY HAS BEEN FORMATTED FOR EASY PRINTING

 EDES'S 3 A.M. UPDATE: Just after midnight on the West Coast, a source with direct ties to negotiations said that "dialogue continues" between the two sides. That would appear to leave open the possibility that a deal could still be struck before the Sox make their scheduled departure this morning, but nothing appeared imminent.

No progress on Matsuzaka

Latest negotiating session lasts only 40 minutes

By Gordon Edes
Globe Staff / December 13, 2006

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As day turned into evening in Southern California yesterday, a source with a direct pipeline to the Daisuke Matsuzaka negotiations reported "no progress" in the Red Sox' attempts to sign the Japanese pitcher, who faces a midnight deadline tomorrow to strike a deal or return to Japan. (Full article: 937 words)

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