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Free Agency, Trades, and Signings
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Sunday, 31 January 2010 23:11

Jamey CarrollAs part of the continued look at projected player payroll for the upcoming 2010 season, the next club in line was the Los Angeles Dodgers. But, in looking at our data, there was a hole: Jamey Carroll.

Yes, Carroll signed a 2-year, $3.85 million free agent deal back in mid-December, but for determining how much Carroll would add to the Dodgers' 2010 payroll, the need for salary for each year was needed.

I pinged Tim Dierkes of MLB Trade Rumors, and after some digging on his part, he came up with the following:

  • 2010 season: 1.050Mil plus 300K SB – Total $1.350M
  • 2011 season: 1.8Mil plus 700K SB (two payments in Jan, (300K) and December, (400K) – Total $2.5M

Here are the incentives, up to 525K a year...

  • $25,000 if Player achieves at least 275 Plate Appearances during the Championship Season
  • $50,000 if Player achieves at least 300 Plate Appearances during the Championship Season
  • $50,000 if Player achieves at least 350 Plate Appearances during the Championship Season
  • $75,000 if Player achieves at least 400 Plate Appearances during the Championship Season
  • $75,000 if Player achieves at least 450 Plate Appearances during the Championship Season
  • $125,000 if Player achieves at least 500 Plate Appearances during the Championship Season
  • $125,000 if Player achieves at least 550 Plate Appearances during the Championship Season

The maximum amount of performance bonuses that Player can earn during any Championship Season is Five Hundred and Twenty Five Thousand Dollars ($525,000).

Look for the projected player payroll information for the Los Angeles Dodgers on Monday.


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