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Biz of Baseball Adds 2010 Opening Day Payroll Info to Salary Database
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Written by Maury Brown   
Tuesday, 11 May 2010 17:41

Team TotalsThe Biz of Baseball has been updated with new data....

The Biz of Baseball's MLB Salary Database continues its evolution as we continue to add new data.

The salary database now has been updated with the 2010 Opening Day salary information for players and clubs. Those that wish to get Opening Day payroll information for each club from 1985 to the present, you access the "Team Totals" button. Selecting "2010" from the Year dropdown along with a club name from the filter criteria will give you individual player salaries.

To see this new data, select the following link (or the image above):

Special thinks to Tim Collins for his continued database work for the Business of Sports Network, as well as

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