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    efin98
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  • efin98
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    Originally posted by abacab
    How much of a cut did Frank Thomas take?
    $8 Million last year and down to $500,000 guarenteed this year with a total of $2.6 Million if incentives are met. Not as much of a drop off as others though.

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  • abacab
    Player Hater

  • abacab
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    How much of a cut did Frank Thomas take?

    Technically, Sammy Sosa is taking an even bigger cut - going from $17M to $0.00.

    Is Bagwell's contract up after this year? He could be next year's guy.

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  • ElHalo
    Greek God of Baseball

  • ElHalo
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    Well, that officially happened. Piazza went from earning $16.07 mill last season with the Mets to $2 mill with the 'Dres. Who's up for the award next year?

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  • RottenGazebo
    Team Veteran

  • RottenGazebo
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    Originally posted by ElHalo
    Bernie Williams just signed a one year, $1.5 mill contract. That represents a paycut of $10.86 million from his salary last year.

    Is that the biggest paycut in the history of professional sports? Michael Jordan got paid $34 million a year less with Washington than he did his last year with Chicago, but since he was his own GM, he was essentially paying himself.
    Yeah, but he deserves even less than this.

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  • digglahhh
    Pedrophile/Food Metaphor

  • digglahhh
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    Piazza was making $15M last year, when he signs, the cut could be worst than Bernie's

    With all these huge contracts that will end with washed up veterans being grossly overpaid I think this is a record that will be set on an annual basis.

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  • ElHalo
    Greek God of Baseball

  • ElHalo
    started a topic Blueberry Crepes

    Blueberry Crepes

    Bernie Williams just signed a one year, $1.5 mill contract. That represents a paycut of $10.86 million from his salary last year.

    Is that the biggest paycut in the history of professional sports? Michael Jordan got paid $34 million a year less with Washington than he did his last year with Chicago, but since he was his own GM, he was essentially paying himself.

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