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Projected 2010 Player Salaries - New York Yankees PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Maury Brown   
Friday, 29 January 2010 19:50


UPDATE: The table below and all associated data has been updated due to having Robinson Cano's salary at $6.75 million. He will be making $9 million in 2010. The adjusted total for these 18 players now stands at $200,990,000

When you get some breathing room in the salary arbitration season, such as we’ve seen the past two days, it gives you some time to play. We started  when we published an initial salary allocation for the Atlanta Braves first thing this morning, and continued with the Boston Red Sox

Let’s bust the bank and see what the New York Yankees have allocated for the upcoming season. First off, you can mark down the Bronx Bombers will (yet again) bust through the $170 million Luxury Tax threshold for 2010, unless there’s a serious fire sale. Wait a sec... it’s the Yankees. Fire sale? You must jest.

And, there’s bound to be more salary added to the listing, as these players are under 3 years of service time, and are on year-to-year renewals: Joba Chamberlin, Philip Hughes , Brett Gardner, Alfredo Aceves and Edwar Ramirez. Odds are the Yankees could meet their $220,024,917 end of year salary they had last season.

Below is a listing of potential 2010 salary allocated by the New York Yankees. Remember… this is all base salary information. No deferments.


Alex Rodriguez


C.C. Sabathia


Derek Jeter


Mark Teixeira


A.J. Burnett


Mariano Rivera


Jorge Posada


Andy Pettitte


Javier Vazquez


Robinson Cano


Nick Swisher


Curtis Granderson


Nick Johnson


Damaso Marte


Chad Gaudin


Randy Winn


Sergio Mitre


Boone Logan





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