Los Angeles Dodgers Payroll

Dodgers payroll just shy of $270 million

A look at the 2014 Dodgers payroll, using actual money paid this year. At $269.8 million, the Dodgers have an Opening Day payroll up 11.6 percent over 2013 and nearly triple their 2010 payroll.

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Celebrate the 1988 Dodgers Championship

Almost every baseball fan has seen the video of an injured Gibby rounding the bases and pumping his fist after hitting a homer to win Game 1 of the 1988 World Series. It was the signature moment in the Dodgers’ improbable run to a championship.

Dodgers top MLB in Opening Day payroll

The Dodgers have the highest Opening Day payroll in MLB, projected by the Associated Press at $235 million, with Zack Greinke the highest-paid player at $28 million in 2014.

Dodgers sign 15 to 2014 deals

Every player on the Dodgers 40-man roster is now signed to a contract for 2014, as the club signed 15 players not yet eligible for salary arbitration to one-year deals on Sunday.

Jansen gets $4.3 million, avoids arbitration

The Dodgers and closer Kenley Jansen agreed to a one-year, $4.3 million contract on Tuesday, avoiding an arbitration hearing that was scheduled for February 18. Jansen's deal comes in slightly above the midpoint of exchanged figures: $4.275 million.

Dodgers sign A.J. Ellis, avoid arbitration

The catcher will make $3.55 million in 2014, and could potentially earn as much as $3.7 million.

Jansen, Ellis exchange salary arbitration figures

If unable to bridge their respective gaps with the team, catcher A.J. Ellis and closer Kenley Jansen would have an arbitration hearing some time during the first three weeks of February.

Kershaw deal befitting best pitcher in baseball

The Dodgers front office at Dodger Stadium and Clayton Kershaw from his home in Texas on Friday discussed the record contract extension that makes the left-hander the highest-paid pitcher in baseball history.

Kershaw contract details

Dodgers ace left-hander Clayton Kershaw will make $150 million in the first five seasons of his contract, after which he can become a free agent at age 30. The seven-year deal totals $215 million and includes a signing bonus of $18 million.

Kershaw agrees to 7-year, $215 million deal

The Dodgers have reportedly locked up their ace to the largest contract ever signed by a pitcher.


Kershaw, Jansen, Ellis file for salary arbitration

Three Dodgers took the first step in the salary arbitration process on Tuesday, with Clayton Kershaw, Kenley Jansen and A.J. Ellis filing for salary arbitration.

2014 arbitration preview: Clayton Kershaw

Dodgers ace Clayton Kershaw is in line for a massive payday beginning in 2014, whether he signs a one-year deal or a multi-year extension with the Dodgers. Here's a look at his arbitration comps, which are few.

2014 arbitration preview: Kenley Jansen

Dominant Dodgers closer Kenley Jansen had his best season in 2013 and is likely to cash in through the salary arbitration process for the first time in his career.

2014 arbitration preview: A.J. Ellis

Dodgers catcher A.J. Ellis will receive a raise from the $2 million he made in 2013. Within a few weeks, we will likely know exactly how much.

Dodgers finalize Chris Perez contract

The Dodgers on Christmas Eve finalized their one-year, $2.3 million contract with Chris Perez, adding depth to the bullpen

Dodgers finalize Jamey Wright contract

The veteran right-hander will make $1.8 million in 2014, the first time in nine years Wright will open spring training with a major league contract.

Juan Uribe contract details

A look at the payout schedule for Juan Uribe, who finalized a two-year contract to remain with the Dodgers on Tuesday.

J.P. Howell contract details

The Dodgers on Christmas Eve finalized four contracts, including a two-year deal for southpaw J.P. Howell, who is guaranteed $11.25 million over two years and could earn up to $17.25 million over three years if his 2016 option is exercised.

Dodgers charged $11.4 million in luxury tax

Per MLB calculations, the Dodgers had the second-highest payroll in baseball in 2013, less than $150,000 shy of the Yankees.

Dodgers re-sign Brian Wilson

The relief pitcher can make up to $21.4 million over two years if he hits all of his incentives.

Dodgers sign Butera, Elbert to 2014 deals

The Dodgers on Friday agreed to contracts with three of their seven players eligible for salary arbitration in 2014.

Haren can earn $3 million annually in bonuses

Haren can earn up to $26 million over two years, including $3 million per season in performance bonuses. "I expect to reach all my incentives," Haren said Tuesday.

Dodgers finalize Dan Haren contract

The right-hander has a club option for 2015 that becomes a player option if he pitches 180 innings in 2014. He could make as much as $26 million over two years.

2013 Dodgers playoff share worth $108,037

Dodgers players awarded 58 full postseason shares, 11.5 partial shares and eight cash awards.

Predicting 2014 arbitration salaries

Clayton Kershaw leads seven Dodgers eligible for salary arbitration this winter. Here is a prediction of their salaries from MLB Trade Rumors, plus other Dodgers links.

Dodgers finalize 4-year Alexander Guerrero deal

Guerrero is expected to play winter ball during the offseason. Peter Moylan was designated for assignment to make room on the 40-man roster.

Dodgers payroll

A detailed look at the contracts and salaries of the Los Angeles Dodgers.

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