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2013 Payrolls And Salaries For Every MLB Team

2013 Payrolls And Salaries For Every MLB Team

deadspin.com Updated Mar 29, 2013
It's that time of the year. Time to unveil MLB's opening day payrolls, and laugh at the teams spending like drunkards (Yankees, $229 million) and the ones fielding quadruple-A rosters (Astros, $24 million). Let's dive in.Read more...
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  • Santiago, offense pound out win over Brewers

    Santiago, offense pound out win over Brewers

    MLB.com Mar 29, 2013
    Hector Santiago silenced the Brewers over three innings, striking out five of the nine batters he faced, and the White Sox, led by Adam Dunn's three hits and two RBIs, secured a 7-2 win at Miller Park on Friday night.
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  • Wright returns, likely to be ready for Opening Day

    Wright returns, likely to be ready for Opening Day

    MLB.com Mar 29, 2013
    David Wright returned to the Mets' lineup on Friday against the Cardinals, all but solidifying the fact that he will also play Opening Day on Monday against the Padres.
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  • Loaded Halos in for a test from West foes

    Loaded Halos in for a test from West foes

    MLB.com Mar 29, 2013
    After a stirring finish to the 2012 season, the American League West gets even more wild with the addition of the Houston Astros. And it looks like the same three teams will be the ones duking it out for AL West supremacy come September.
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Sports Columnists

  • Don Banks: Meet the Tampa 7, the successful spawn of a league laughingstoc…

    Mar 29
    As the 2013 NFL Draft looms less than four weeks away, first-year New York Jets general manager John Idzik likely feels the heat of the spotlight on him as much or more so than any club executive in the league. As a rookie GM in the NFL's biggest media …
  • The Sports Guy breaks down the Miami Heat's win streak

    Mar 29
    With Miami's streak in our rearview mirror, who were the winners and losers in this whole spectacle?