Manning wins $105,000 court award
NEW YORK -- A sports memorabilia dealer has been ordered to pay $105,000 to Indianapolis Colts quarterback Peyton Manning for autographing 2,500 items, including footballs, helmets and jerseys.
State Supreme Court Justice Alan L. Lebowitz said the dealer, Michael Bertolini, had acknowledged in e-mails and verbal messages that he and his Triumph Sports Memorabilia & Promotions Inc. owed Manning the money.
Manning said in court papers filed a year ago that Bertolini
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