Toronto Blue Jays Payroll In 2014 + Contracts Going Forward
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It was a 2013 season that saw the team have the biggest spike in attendance in the majors, but it also came at a hefty price in total team salary.
For as much as the team forked out in payroll, they must not have been able to recoup all of their money.
Their payroll places them right in the middle of AL East pack. The Yankees are right near the Luxury Tax Threshold right now of $189 MIL at $182 MIL – and the Boston Red Sox are hovering at around $160 MIL.
The Orioles will be near the $100 MIL range, and the Rays figure to be in the low $70 MIL area.
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Posted on January 20, 2014, in MLB Payroll and Contracts and tagged aaron loup, adam lind, anthony gose, brandon morrow, brent morel, brett lawrie, chad jenkins, colby rasmus, dioner navarro, dustin mcGowan, erik kratz, j.a. happ, jose bautista, jose reyes, josh thole, luis perez, mike nickeas, munenori kawasaki, Neil Wagner, r.a. dickey, rodd redmond, sergio santos, steve Delabar, toronto blue Jays payroll 2014, vernon wells. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.