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Wednesday, March 13, 2019

15 Highest-paid MLB players in 2019, Scherzer, Strasburg Top List

 Top 15 Highest-paid MLB players in 2019, Scherzer, Strasburg on Top List.






Boston Red Sox outfielder Mookie Betts, the reigning AL MVP, has opted to go year-by-year and will earn $20 million this year, with two years left before his free agency.


St. Louis Cardinals first baseman Paul Goldschmidt went the safe route and signed a six-year, $32.5 million contract extension after his first year with Arizona, only to watch Chris Davis to sign a seven-year, $161 million contract with Baltimore three years later.





 Top 15 Highest-paid MLB players in 2019, Scherzer, Strasburg on Top List.



Aaron Judge may be the biggest star on the largest stage in baseball and the New York Yankees’ top box-office draw since Derek Jeter.

He also happens to be one of the team's lowest-paid players.

  Judge will earn $684,300 this season, or about $300,000 less than Los Angeles Dodgers ace Clayton Kershaw will earn for each start


If Judge is going to sign a long-term extension, he probably wants to follow the model set by Los Angeles Angels star Mike Trout. He signed a six-year, $144.5 million extension on March 29, 2014 after two years and 70 days of major-league service. It covered all of his arbitration and three free-agent years. Judge has two years and 51 days of service time, and is eligible for arbitration after this season.



Look at the Top 15 Highest-paid MLB players in 2019 season, Max Scherzer & Stephan Strasburg both from Nationals make a place on Top of the List.




RHP  -  Max Scherzer,   Nationals:    $42,142,857

RHP -   Stephen Strasburg,   Nationals:    $36,428,571

OF -   Mike Trout,   Angels:    $34,083,333

RHP -   Zack Greinke,   Diamondbacks:    $32,421,884

LHP -   Clayton Kershaw,   Dodgers:    $32,000,000

LHP -   David Price,   Red Sox:    $31,000,000

1B -   Miguel Cabrera,   Tigers:    $30,000,000

OF -   Yoenis Cespedes,   Mets:    $29,000,000

1b/DH -   Albert Pujols,   Angels:    $28,000,000

RHP -   Justin Verlander:    $28,000,000

RHP -   Felix Hernandez,   Mariners:    $27,857,143

LHP  -  Jon Lester,    Cubs:     $27,500,000

OF -   Giancarlo Stanton,    Yankees:     $26,000,000

3B -   Nolan Arenado,    Rockies:    $26,000,000

RHP -   Jake Arrieta,    Phillies:    $25,000,000

1B -   Joey Votto,    Reds:     $25,000,000

RHP -   Jordan Zimmermann,    Tigers:    $25,000,000





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