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Written by Maury Brown   
Friday, 29 January 2010 09:21

BravesSalary arbitration is still very much in play, but with the exception of 16 clubs, we can start to flesh out the amount of salary already allocated for some clubs as we approach the 2010 season.

While we intend on doing this by each division shortly, we thought a tease might be in order.

Below is a listing of 2010 salary allocated by the Atlanta Braves, to date. Remember... this is all base salary information. No deferments.

Braves

Derek Lowe

$15,000,000

Chipper Jones

$13,000,000

Billy Wagner

$10,500,000

Tim Hudson

$9,000,000

Kenshin Kawakami

$6,667,000

Brian McCann

$5,500,000

Nate McLouth

$4,500,000

Takashi Saito

$3,200,000

Melky Cabrera

$3,100,000

Matt Diaz

$2,500,000

Omar Infante

$2,225,000

Troy Glaus

$1,750,000

David Ross

$1,600,000

Peter Moylan

$1,150,000

Eric Hinske

$1,000,000

TOTAL

$80,692,000

 

Oh, and those 16 clubs still engaged in the salary arbitration process?

  • Angels
  • Astros
  • Athletics
  • Cardinals
  • Cubs
  • Diamondbacks
  • Giants
  • Mariners
  • Marlins
  • Mets
  • Nationals
  • Orioles
  • Rangers
  • Rays
  • Tigers
  • Twins

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