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Full details on the Dodgers’ roster, service time, and payroll

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This is an overview look at the Los Angeles Dodgers’ payroll, with details about every player on the 40-man roster, plus several others.

This counts payroll as the payments actually happen, rather than average annual value. We will track the competitive balance tax and related issues in separate posts as needed. This worksheet is more a resource to use throughout the season and offseason, and will be updated accordingly.

Below you will find details on service time, roster status, and contract information for every Dodger. Service time is in days and years, so 4.123 means four years, 123 days of major league service time. The season is 187 days long, with 172 days accrued needed for a full season. The minor league season is 153 days long.

The minimum major league salary for 2019 is $555,000. The minimum minor league salary for those on the 40-man roster is $45,300 in 2019. For those not on their first major league contract, the minimum minor league salary is $90,400.

Some of these values (in italics) are estimated. For the old payroll worksheet, click here. I have also added a column for 2019 with the Dodgers’ payroll as it relates to the competitive balance tax. That column is in bold.

Dodgers payroll

Pos Player Service Options (used) 2019 $$ 2019 CBT 2020 $$ 2021 $$
Pos Player Service Options (used) 2019 $$ 2019 CBT 2020 $$ 2021 $$
C Will Smith 0.000 3 (none) $231,497 $231,497
1B Max Muncy 2.027 1 (2015-16) $575,000 $575,000 arb arb
2B Gavin Lux 0.000 3 (none)
3B Justin Turner 8.045 n/a $18,000,000 $16,000,000 $19,000,000
SS Corey Seager 3.032 3 (none) $4,000,000 $4,000,000 arb arb
LF A.J. Pollock 6.052 n/a $13,000,000 $12,000,000 $12,000,000 $15,000,000
CF Cody Bellinger 1.160 3 (none) $605,000 $605,000 arb arb
RF Joc Pederson 4.028 3 (none) $5,000,000 $5,000,000 arb
IF/OF Chris Taylor 3.037 1 (2015-16) $3,500,000 $3,500,000 arb arb
IF/OF Kiké Hernandez 4.054 1 (2014-15) $3,725,000 $3,725,000 arb
1B David Freese 9.028 n/a $4,500,000 $4,500,000
C Russell Martin 12.150 n/a $20,000,000 $16,400,000
1B/OF Matt Beaty 0.000 3 (none) $418,476 $418,476
IF Jedd Gyorko 5.164 2 (2015) $4,171,123 $1,898,979
C Austin Barnes 2.124 1 (2015-16) $372,059 $372,059 arb arb
1B/3B Edwin Rios 0.000 3 (none)
IF/OF Kristopher Negron 1.132 0 (2011-12,15) $202,139 $202,139
OF Alex Verdugo 0.078 2 (2018) $560,000 $560,000 team team
SP Clayton Kershaw 10.105 n/a $34,000,000 $34,000,000 $31,000,000 $31,000,000
SP Walker Buehler 0.168 2 (2018) $570,000 $570,000 team team
SP Hyun-jin Ryu 6.000 n/a $17,900,000 $17,900,000
SP Rich Hill 9.127 n/a $18,000,000 $16,000,000
CL Kenley Jansen 8.073 n/a $18,000,000 $16,000,000 $18,000,000 $20,000,000
RHP Pedro Baez 4.059 2 (2014) $2,100,000 $2,100,000 arb
RHP Joe Kelly 6.029 n/a $4,000,000 $8,333,333 $8,500,000 $8,500,000
RHP Kenta Maeda 3.000 3 (none) $8,400,000 $8,525,000 $3,000,000 $3,000,000
LHP Julio Urias 1.123 1 (2016-17) $565,000 $565,000 team arb
LHP Adam Kolarek 0.122 2 (2017) $179,936 $179,936 team team
RHP Ross Stripling 2.115 2 (2016) $595,000 $595,000 arb arb
RHP Tony Gonsolin 0.000 3 (none)
RHP Dustin May 0.000 3 (none)
RHP Casey Sadler 0.111 1 (2014-15) $228,529 $228,529
RHP Yimi Garcia 3.149 0 (2014-15, 2018) $710,000 $710,000 arb
RHP Dylan Floro 1.054 1 (2016-17) $565,000 $565,000 team arb
LHP Caleb Ferguson 0.118 3 (none) $560,000 $560,000 team team
RHP Josh Sborz 0.000 3 (none)
60IL Tyler White 1.101 0 (2016-18) $208,847 $208,847
60IL Scott Alexander 2.097 2 (2016) $575,000 $575,000 arb arb
RL Andrew Toles 1.128 2 (2018)
Minors
RHP J.T. Chargois 1.062 1 (2016,18) $317,433 $317,433
OF Kyle Garlick 0.000 3 (none)
C Keibert Ruiz 0.000 3 (none)
RHP Dennis Santana 0.125 2 (2018)
RL Yadier Alvarez 0.000 3 (none)
Off 40-man roster
Ret. Chase Utley 15.027 n/a $1,000,000 $1,000,000
AAA Yaisel Sierra 0.000 2 (2016) $4,000,000 $5,500,000 $7,500,000
C Rocky Gale 0.077 3 (none) $68,262 $68,262
Tony Cingrani $1,799,733 $1,799,733
Travis d'Arnaud $14,840 $14,840
Josh Fields $457,219 $457,219
Homer Bailey $27,465,775 $17,500,000
Scott Kazmir $8,000,000 $8,000,000
Cash from Toronto (Martin) -$16,400,000 -$16,400,000
Cash from St. Louis (Gyorko) -$2,938,710 -$2,938,710
Cash to San Diego (Kemp) $3,500,000 $3,500,000
Cash to Reds (Kemp, etc) $7,000,000 $7,000,000
Minors (on 40-man) $2,500,000
Team benefit costs $15,000,000
Totals $220,070,661 $207,191,075 $105,000,000 $85,000,000
Service time and options are updated through the end of 2018 season

Scott Alexander

2019: $575,000

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The left-hander was acquired from Kansas City in a three-team trade on Jan. 4, 2018.

2018: $555,000

As part of the trade the Dodgers will send $3 million to the White Sox -- $1.5 million each on June 1 and Sept. 1, 2018. The Royals will send $500,000 to the Dodgers on each of those dates.

Yadier Alvarez

Alvarez was added to the 40-man roster on Nov. 20, 2018.

2019: $555,000 ($45,300 in minors)

The Dodgers signed Alvarez as an amateur free agent out of Cuba on July 2, 2015, with a $16 million signing bonus.

Erisbel Arruebarrena

The Cuban infielder signed a five-year, $25 million contract on Feb. 22, 2014.

$7.5 million signing bonus
2014: $1.5 million
2015: $3 million
2016: $4 million
2017: $4 million
2018: $5 million

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Arruebarrena was suspended by the club on May 4, 2016 for the remainder of the season, meaning he will lose 152 days of salary.
$4,000,000 x 31/183 = $677,596

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Arruebarrena was designated for assignment on Dec. 31, 2014. He cleared waivers and was sent outright to Triple-A Oklahoma City on Jan. 9, 2015.

The Dodgers suspended Arruebarrena on May 21, 2015 for the remainder of the 2015 season for repeated violations of his contract. That suspension was reduced on appeal to 30 days.
$3,000,000 x 153/183 = $2,508,197

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Arruebarrena will still need six years of service time before reaching free agency.

Arruebarrena was recalled from Triple-A on May 21 and was optioned on June 6, earning 16 days of service time.

Arruebarrena was recalled from Triple-A on July 3 and was optioned on July 27, earning 24 days of service time.

He was recalled from Triple-A on Aug. 19, then optioned to Class-A Rancho on Aug. 24, earning five days of service time.

Arruebarrena was recalled from Class-A on Sep. 2, with 27 days left in the regular season.

Luis Avilan

Avilan was traded to the White Sox in a three-team deal on Jan. 4, 2018. The Dodgers sent $2 million to Chicago in the deal.

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Avilan signed a one-year deal, avoiding salary arbitration on Jan. 13, 2017.

2017: $1.5 million

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The left-hander agreed to a one-year deal, avoiding salary arbitration on Jan. 15, 2016.

2016: $1.39 million

Avilan was recalled from Triple-A on April 21, then optioned back to Oklahoma City on April 25, earning four days of service time.

Avilan was recalled on May 23, then optioned back to Triple-A on May 26, earning three more days of service time.

He was recalled again on July 5, then optioned on July 7, earning two more days of service time.

Avilan was recalled on July 19, then optioned on Aug. 12, earning 24 more days of service time.

Avilan was recalled again on Aug. 23, then optioned on Aug. 25, earning 2 more days of service time.

Avilan was called up for 1 day as the 26th man on Aug. 31, earning 1 day of service time.

Avilan was recalled on Sept. 5, with 28 days remaining in the regular season.

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2015: $530,000

Avilan was acquired from the Braves in a three-team, 13-player deal on July 30, 2015, with 67 days left in the regular season.
$530,000 x 67/183 = $194,044.

John Axford

Dozier was acquired from Toronto on July 31, 2018, with 62 days left in the season.
$1.5 million x 62/187 = $497,326

Homer Bailey

Bailey was acquired from the Reds in a seven-player deal on Dec. 21, 2018. As a condition of waiving his no-trade clause, Bailey was released by the Dodgers at the time of the trade.

Bailey was in the final year of a six-year, $105 million deal, with a CBT number of $17.5 million per season. His actual salary remaining at the time of the trade:

2019: $23 million
2020: $5 million buyout of club option

Dylan Baker

The right-hander was acquired via trade from Milwaukee on Jan. 2, 2018.

Austin Barnes

2019: $575,000

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2017: $540,000

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2016: $512,500

Barnes was optioned to Triple-A Oklahoma City on Apr. 15, earning 12 days of major league service time.

$512,500 x 12/183 = $33,607

Barnes was recalled from Triple-A on June 5, then optioned on June 14, earning 9 days of service time.

$512,500 x 9/183 = $25,205

Barnes was recalled from Triple-A on July 22, then optioned on July 31, earning 9 days of service time.

$512,500 x 9/183 = $25,205

Barnes was recalled from Triple-A on Sept. 2, with 31 days left in the regular season.

$512,500 x 31/183 = $86,817

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The catcher/infielder came to Los Angeles as part of an eight-player, three-team trade between the Marlins and Angels on Dec. 10, 2014.

2015: $507,500

Barnes was recalled on May 23, then optioned on June 2 in between games of a doubleheader, earning 11 days of service time.
$507,500 x 11/183 = $30,505

Barnes was recalled on July 20, then optioned on Aug. 4, earning 15 days of major league service time.
$507,500 x 15/183 = $41,598

Barnes was recalled on Aug. 31, with 35 days left in the season.
$507,500 x 35/183 = $97,063

Pedro Baez

Baez avoided arbitration with a 1-year deal on Jan. 11, 2019.

2019: $2.1 million

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He signed a one-year deal on Jan. 11, 2018, avoiding salary arbitration.

2018: $1.5 million

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2017: $550,000

2016: $520,000

He signed a one-year deal on March 10, 2015.

Baez was optioned to Double-A on Aug. 30, earning 149 days of service time.
$520,000 x 149/183 = $423,388

Baez was recalled on Sept. 6, with 27 days left in the regular season.
$520,000 x 27/183 = $76,721

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2015: $512,500

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The third baseman turned pitcher was added to the 40-man roster on Nov. 20, 2013

2014: $500,000

Baez was recalled to the Dodgers on May 5, and was optioned to Double-A on May 6, earning one day of service time.
$500,000 x 1/183 = $2,732

Baez was recalled to the Dodgers on July 8, and was optioned to Triple-A after the game on July 13, earning six days of service time.
$500,000 x 6/183 = $16,393

Baez was recalled to the Dodgers on Aug. 5, then was optioned to Triple-A on Aug. 11. He was recalled back on Aug. 15 replacing an injured Hyun-jin Ryu, canceling the option; from Aug. 5 there are 55 days left in the regular season.
$500,000 x 55/183 = $150,273

Matt Beaty

Beaty was added to the 40-man roster on Nov. 20, 2018.

2019: $555,000 ($45,300 in minors)

The Dodgers drafted Beaty in the 12th round in 2015 out of Belmont.

Cody Bellinger

2019: $605,000

Bellinger’s contract calls for $292,500 if he is in the minors.

2017: $535,000

Bellinger was called up from Triple-A on Apr. 25, with 160 days remaining in the regular season.
$535,000 x 160/183 = $467,760

Walker Buehler

2019: $570,000

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2018: $547,500 ($88,900 in minors)

Buehler was up for 73 days (Apr. 23, Apr. 28, then May 4 to July 14).
$547,500 x 73/187 = $213,730

Buehler was called up on July 25, with 68 days days left in the season.
$547,500 x 68/187 = $199,091

That leaves 38 total days in the minors
$88,900 x 38/153 = $22,080

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2017: $535,000

Buehler was called up from Triple-A on Sept. 6, 2017, with 26 days remaining in the regular season.
$535,000 x 26/183 = $76,011

Fabio Castillo

The Dodgers purchased Castillo’s contract — adding him to the 40-man roster — and optioned him to Triple-A on June 8, 2017.

2017: $535,000

Castillo was recalled from Triple-A on Sept. 1, 2017, then designated for assignment on Sept. 6, earning 5 days of service time.
$535,000 x 5/183 = $14,617

J.T. Chargois

The right-hander was claimed off waivers from the Twins on Feb. 23, 2018.

Tony Cingrani

Cingrani signed a 1-year deal on Nov. 30, 2018, avoiding salary arbitration

2019: $2.65 million

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Cingrani avoided salary arbitration with a one-year deal on Jan. 12, 2018.

2018: $2.3 million

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Cingrani was acquired from the Reds for outfielder Scott Van Slyke and catcher Hendrik Clementina on July 31, 2017.

The left-hander avoided arbitration in 2017 with a one-year, $1.825 million contract. He was acquired with 62 days remaining in the regular season.

$1.825 million x 62/183 = $618,306

Carl Crawford

The Dodgers designated Crawford for assignment on June 5, 2016. He was released on June 13.

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Crawford was acquired from the Red Sox in the nine-player Punto Trade on Aug. 25, 2012, in the second year of a seven-year, $142 million contract.

2012: $19.5 million
2013: $20 million
2014: $20.25 million
2015: $20.5 million
2016: $20.75 million
2017: $21 million

In 2012, Crawford was acquired with 40 days left in the season.
$19,500,000 x 40/183 = $4,262,295

Crawford can earn up to $625,000 annually in performance bonuses:

$50,000 for being named an All-Star
$75,000 for League Championship Series MVP
$100,000 for Gold Glove
$100,000 for Silver Slugger
$100,000 for World Series MVP
$200,000 for MVP award
$125,000 for second place in MVP vote
$100,000 for third place in MVP vote
$75,000 for fourth place in MVP vote
$50,000 for fifth place in MVP vote

Crawford earned no bonuses with the Dodgers.

Charlie Culberson

Culberson was traded to the Braves on Dec. 16, 2017.

Culberson signed a one-year contract on Dec. 1, 2016.

2017: $550,000

He was sent outright to Triple-A on Dec. 9, 2016.

The Dodgers selected Culberson’s contract from Triple-A on Sept. 4, 2017, with 28 days remaining in the regular season.

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The utility infielder signed a minor league contract with a non-roster invitation to spring training on Nov. 19, 2015.

2016: $535,000

Culberson made the opening day roster. He was optioned to Triple-A on May 18, after 45 days on the major league roster.
$535,000 x 45/183 = $131,557

Culberson was recalled from Triple-A on July 20, then optioned back on July 21, earning one more day.
$535,000 x 1/183 = $2,923

Culberson was recalled from Triple-A on Aug. 23, with 41 days remaining in the regular season.
$535,000 x 41/183 = $119,863

Travis d’Arnaud

d’Arnaud was signed to a one-year deal by the Dodgers on May 5, 2019.

2019: $555,000

d’Arnaud signed a one-year, $3.515 million deal with the Mets for 2019, but was released on May 3. New York is responsible for d’Arnaud’s full salary, minus a pro-rated share of the minimum salary, paid by the Dodgers.

$555,000 x 148/187 = $439,251

Yu Darvish

Darvish was acquired from the Rangers for second baseman Willie Calhoun, pitcher A.J. Alexy, and infielder Brendan Davis on July 31, 2017.

Darvish is in the final season of his contract, earning $11 million in 2017. He was acquired with 62 days remaining in the regular season.
$11 million x 62/183 = $3,726,776

Grant Dayton

Dayton was claimed off waivers by the Braves on Nov. 20, 2017.

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2017: $540,000

Dayton was optioned to Triple-A on May 16, earning 44 days of service time.
$540,000 x 44/183 = $129,836

Dayton was recalled from Triple-A on June 1, with 123 days remaining in the regular season.
$540,000 x 123/183 = $362,951

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Dayton was acquired from the Marlins for Chris Reed on July 15, 2015.

2016: $507,500

The Dodgers purchased Dayton's contract from Triple-A on July 21, 2016, then optioned him to Triple-A on July 23, earning 2 days of service time.
$507,500 x 2/183 = $5,546

Dayton was called up to the majors on Aug. 4, with 60 days left in the regular season.
$507,500 x 60/183 = $166,393

O`Koyea Dickson

2017: $535,000

Dickson’s contract was purchased from Triple-A on Sept. 1, 2017, with 31 days left in the regular season.
$535,000 x 31/183 = $90,628

Brian Dozier

Dozier was acquired from Minnesota on July 31, 2018, with 62 days left in the season.
$9 million x 62/187 = $2,983,957

Dozier is making $9 million in 2018 but it’s the final year of a four-year, $20 million deal. So his CBT number is $5 million for the whole season
$5 million x 62/187 = $1,657,754

Brett Eibner

Eibner was acquired from Oakland for minor leaguer Jordan Tarsovich on Jan. 25, 2017.

I don’t have Eibner’s salary for 2017, but I will assume $540,000.

Eibner was recalled on Apr. 19, then optioned on Apr. 25, earning 6 days of service time.
$540,000 x 6/183 = $17,705

Eibner was recalled on May 10, then optioned on June 9, earning 40 days of service time.
$540,000 x 40/183 = $118,033

Andre Ethier

The Dodgers declined Ethier’s $17.5 million option for 2018 on Nov. 5, 2017, instead paying him a $2.5 million buyout.

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Ethier signed a five-year extension on June 12, 2012 worth a guaranteed $85 million. The deal also has a vesting option for a sixth season, based on plate appearances in 2017 or 2016-2017, that could bring the total value of the deal to $100 million. The payout:

2013: $13.5 million
2014: $15.5 million
2015: $18 million
2016: $18 million
2017: $17.5 million
2018: $17.5 million club option (or $2.5 million buyout)

The 2018 option vests if Ethier has 550 plate appearances in 2017, or 1,100 plate appearances in 2016-17.

2012: signed a one-year deal worth $10.95 million on January 17, 2012, plus incentives, avoiding salary arbitration. Ethier can earn up to $50,000 in performance bonuses based on plate appearances:

$25,000 for 600 PA - earned October 1
$25,000 for 625 PA

Ethier signed a two-year deal on January 19, 2010, avoiding salary arbitration. The deal was worth a total of $15.25 million:

$500,000 signing bonus
2010: $5.5 million
2011: $9.25 million

In addition, Ethier can earn up to $375,000 in incentives in 2010-2011:

Annually (2010-2011)

$25,000 for 600 PA
$50,000 for 650 PA
$50,000 for 675 PA

Achieving those incentives in 2010 (he didn't) would have also added those amounts to Ethier's 2011 base salary. Ethier didn't earn any bonuses in 2010 or 2011.

2009: Avoided arbitration with a one-year deal on Feb. 17, 2009 worth $3.1 million, plus potential for $100,000 in incentives:

$25,000 for 596 plate appearances -- achieved September 8
$25,000 for 625 PA -- achieved September 15 (PA #625 was his sixth walk-off!)
$50,000 for 650 PA -- achieved September 23

Kyle Farmer

2018: $547,500 ($88,900 in minors)

Farmer was up for 53 days (from opening day to May 15, then June 15-20).
$547,500 x 53/187 = $155,174

Farmer was called up Sept. 1, with 30 days remaining in the regular season.
$547,500 x 30/187 = $87,834

That leaves 97 days in the minors
$88,900 x 97/153 = $56,361

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2017: $535,000

Farmer was recalled from Triple-A on July 28, and optioned on Aug. 13, earning 16 days of service time.
$535,000 x 16/183 = $46,776

Farmer was recalled on Aug. 23 and optioned on Aug. 30, earning 7 days of service time.
$535,000 x 7/183 = $20,464

Farmer was recalled on Sept. 9, with 23 days remaining in the regular season.
$535,000 x 23/183 = $67,240

He was added to the 40-man roster on Nov. 18, 2016.

Caleb Ferguson

2019: $560,000

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2018: $545,000

Ferguson was called up on June 6, with 117 days remaining in the season.
$545,000 x 117/187 = $348,443

Josh Fields

Fields avoided arbitration with a 1-year deal on Jan. 11, 2019.

2019: $2.85 million

Fields was designated for assignment on Mar. 7, 2019, and released one day later. Fields gets 30 days termination pay.
$2.85 million x 30/187 = $457,219

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Fields agreed to a 1-year deal, avoiding salary arbitration on Jan. 12, 2018.

2018: $2.2 million

Fields agreed to a 1-year deal, avoiding salary arbitration on Jan. 13, 2017.

2017: $1.05 million

Fields was optioned to Triple-A on March 28.

He was recalled from Triple-A on April 7, then optioned back to Triple-A on June 19, earning 73 days of service time.

Fields was recalled from Triple-A on July 1, with 93 days remaining in the regular season.

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Fields was acquired from the Astros on Aug. 1, 2016.

2016: $900,000

Fields was acquired with 62 days remaining in the regular season.
$900,000 x 62/183 = $304,918

Fields was recalled on Aug. 3, then was optioned on Aug. 23, earning 20 days of service time.

Fields was recalled on Sept. 2, with 31 days left in the regular season.

Dylan Floro

2019: $565,000

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Floro was acquired from Cincinnati on July 4, with 89 days remaining in the season. I don’t have his salary, but will estimate $600,000.
$600,000 x 87/187 = $285,561

Wilmer Font

2018: $555,000

Font made the opening day roster and was traded to Oakland on Apr. 24, lasting for 28 days.
$555,000 x 28/187 = $82,353

2017: $535,000

Font’s contract was purchased from Triple-A on Sept. 1, 2017, with 30 days left in the regular season.
$535,000 x 31/183 = $87,705

Mike Freeman

Freeman was claimed off waivers from the Mariners on May 26, 2017.

I don’t have his salary, but I am estimating $540,000 for 2017.

Freeman was recalled from Triple-A on June 25, then optioned to Triple-A on July 1, earning 6 days of service time.
$540,000 x 6/183 = $17,705

The Dodgers designated Freeman for assignment on July 31. He was sent outright to the minors on Aug. 5, but refused the assignment and became a free agent.

David Freese

The Dodgers declined Freese’s club option for 2019 on Nov. 1, 2018, paying him a $500,000 buyout, then simultaneously signed him to a one-year deal for 2019.

2019: $4.5 million

Freese was acquired from Pittsburgh On Aug. 31, 2018, with 30 days left in the season, the second year of his 2-year, $11 million contract:

2018: $4.25 million
2019: $6 million option ($500,000 buyout)

$4.25 million x 30/187 = $681,818

Logan Forsythe

Forsythe was traded to Minnesota on July 31, 2018, meaning he was with the Dodgers for 125 days.
$9 million x 125/187 = $6,016,043

The Dodgers exercised Forsythe’s club option for 2018 on Nov. 6, 2017.

The Dodgers acquired Forsythe from the Rays on Jan. 23, 2017.

2017: $5.75 million
2018: $9 million club option ($1 million buyout)

Forsythe's option for 2018 was originally worth $8.5 million, part of his two-year deal signed with Tampa Bay in January 2016. The option value increased by $500,000 with at least 550 plate appearances in 2016 (he had 567), and can increase by up to $1.5 million more based on Forsythe's 2017 plate appearances:

$500,000 for 533 PA (1,100 combined in 2016-2017)
$500,000 for 550 PA
$500,000 for 600 PA

Rocky Gale

Gale signed a minor league contract with the Dodgers on Feb. 26, 2018. He was called up on Sept. 2, with 29 days left in the regular season. I don’t have his salary, but will assume $550,000.
$550,000 x 29/187 = $85,294

Yimi Garcia

Garcia avoided arbitration with a 1-year deal on Jan. 11, 2019.

2019: $710,000

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Garcia signed a 1-year deal on Dec. 1, 2017, avoiding salary arbitration.

2018: $630,000

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2017: $550,000

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2016: $517,500

He signed a one-year deal on March 10, 2015.

2015: $510,000

Garcia made the opening day roster, then was optioned on July 8, earning 94 days of service time
$510,000 x 94/183 = $261,967

Garcia was recalled on July 26, then was optioned on Aug. 2, earning seven days of service time
$510,000 x 7/183 = $19,508

Garcia was recalled on Aug. 11, then was optioned on Aug. 24, earning 13 days of service time.
$510,000 x 13/183 = $36,230

Garcia was recalled on Sept. 3, with 32 days left in the season.
$510,000 x 32/183 = $89,180

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The relief pitcher was added to the 40-man roster on Nov. 20, 2013.

2014: $500,000

Garcia was recalled on Sep. 1, with 28 days left in the regular season.
$500,000 x 28/183 = $76,503

Erik Goeddel

Goeddel was designated for assignment on Nov. 20, 2018, then released one day later.

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Goeddel was claimed off waivers from Seattle on May 18, with 136 days remaining in the season. I don’t have his salary for 2018, but will assume $600,000.
$600,000 x 136/187 = $436,364

Adrian Gonzalez

Gonzalez was traded to the Braves on Dec. 16, 2017.

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Gonzalez was acquired from the Red Sox in the nine-player Punto Trade on Aug. 25, 2012, in the first year of a seven-year, $154 million contract.

$6 million signing bonus
2012: $21 million
2013: $21 million
2014: $21 million
2015: $21 million
2016: $21 million
2017: $21.5 million
2018: $21.5 million

In 2012, Gonzalez was acquired with 40 days left in the season: $21,000,000 x 40/183 = $4,590,164

Gonzalez can earn $100,000 annually if he wins a Gold Glove Award. He earned that bonus with the Dodgers in 2014.

The Red Sox agreed to pay the Dodgers $11.7 million as part of the nine-player Punto Trade on Aug. 25, 2012, to be paid out in three installments:

2013: $3.9 million
2014: $3.9 million
2015: $3.9 million

Yasmani Grandal

He signed a one-year deal on Jan. 11, 2018, avoiding salary arbitration.

2017: $7.9 million

***

Grandal signed a 1-year deal, avoiding salary arbitration on Jan. 13, 2017.

2017: $5.5 million

***

Grandal avoided arbitration with a one-year deal on Jan. 15, 2016.

2016: $2.8 million

****

The catcher was traded to Los Angeles on Dec. 18, 2014.

He signed a one-year deal on March 10, 2015.

2015: $693,000

Curtis Granderson

Granderson was acquired from the Mets for a player to be named later (Jacob Rhame) after the game on Aug. 18, 2017, with 44 days remaining in the season. He is in the final seasonof a four-year contract.

2017: $15 million

$15 million x 44/183 = $3,606,557

The Mets are sending cash in the deal as well.

Alex Guerrero

Guerrero was designated for assignment on May 31, 2016, removing him from the 40-man roster. He was released on June 8, 2016.

***

The Dodgers signed the Cuban infielder to a four-year, $28 million contract on Oct. 22, 2013. The payout is as follows:

$10 million signing bonus
2014: $4 million
2015: $4 million
2016: $5 million
2017: $5 million

In addition, Guerrero can earn up to $1 million annually in performance bonuses, for plate appearances from 500-600.

After the 2014 season, Guerrero can't be sent to the minor leagues without his consent, and he will be a free agent after the 2017 season (the Dodgers can't offer him arbitration.

If Guerrero is traded, he can become a free agent at the end of that season.

***

Guerrero was optioned to Triple-A on March 24, earning two days of service time for the trip to Australia.

Guerrero was recalled from Triple-A on Sep. 1, with 28 days remaining in the regular season.

Franklin Gutierrez

The outfielder signed a one-year deal on Feb. 20, 2017.

2017: $2.6 million

Gutierrez can also earn up to $400,000 in performance bonuses:

$100,000 for 400 PA
$100,000 for 450 PA
$200,000 for 500 PA

Jedd Gyorko

Gyorko was acquired from the Cardinals on July 31, 2019.

2019: $13 million
2020: $13 million option ($1 million buyout)

$13 million x 60/187 = $4,171,123

2019 is the final year of a 6-year contract with a CBT number of $5,918,483
$5,918,483 million x 60/187 = $1,898,979

The Cardinals sent $2,938,710 to the Dodgers as part of the trade, per AP.

Chris Hatcher

Hatcher avoided salary arbitration with a one-year deal on Dec. 1, 2016.

2017: $1.25 million

Hatcher was traded to Oakland for $500,000 in international amateur bonus space on Aug. 15, 2017. He was with the Dodgers for 136 days of the regular season.
$1.25 million x 136/183 = $928,962

***

The pitcher avoided salary arbitration with a one-year deal on Jan. 13, 2016.

2016: $1.065 million

***

The relief pitcher came to Los Angeles as part of an eight-player, three-team trade between the Marlins and Angels on Dec. 10, 2014.

He signed a one-year deal on March 10, 2015.

2015: $522,500

Kike Hernandez

Hernandez avoided arbitration with a 1-year deal on Jan. 11, 2019.

2019: $3.725 million

***

Hernandez avoided salary arbitration with a 1-year deal on Jan. 12, 2018.

2018: $1.6 million

***

2017: $555,000

***

2016: $520,000

***

The utiiity came to Los Angeles as part of an eight-player, three-team trade between the Marlins and Angels on Dec. 10, 2014.

He signed a one-year deal on March 10, 2015.

2015: $512,500

Hernandez was recalled on April 28, with 159 days remaining in the season.
$512,500 x 159/183 = $445,287

Rich Hill

Hill signed a three-year, $48 million free agent contract on Dec. 5, 2016.

$2 million signing bonus
2017: $12 million
2018: $16 million
2019: $18 million

***

Hill was acquired from the A's on Aug. 1, 2016.

2016: $6,000,000

Hill was acquired with 62 days remaining in the regular season.
$6,000,000 x 62/183 = $2,032,787

Daniel Hudson

2018: $545,000

Hudson was called up on Apr. 24, with 160 days remaining in the season.
$545,000 x 160/187 = $466,310

Kenley Jansen

Jansen signed a five-year, $80 million contract to return to the Dodgers on Jan. 10, 2017.

$4 million signing bonus
2017: $10 million
2018: $10 million
2019: $18 million
2020: $18 million
2021: $20 million

Jansen can opt out and become a free agent after the 2019 season.

He receives a $1 million bonus each time he is traded.

****

Jansen avoided arbitration with a one-year contract on Jan. 15, 2016.

2016: $10.65 million

Jansen signed a one-year deal on Jan. 16, 2015, avoiding salary arbitration.

2015: $7.425 million

The closer signed a one-year deal on Feb. 11, 2014, avoiding salary arbitration.

2014: $4.3 million

Jansen filed at $5.05 million for 2014 while the Dodgers countered at $3.5 million, a midpoint of $4.275 million.

2013: $512,000

2012: $491,000

2011: $416,000

Jansen was optioned to Double A Chattanooga on May 1, but he was recalled on May 6 to replace the injured Jonathan Broxton, so Jansen gets credit for service time as if he was never sent down.

2010: His salary is estimated to be $400,000, and he was recalled on July 23, with 73 days left in the regular season.

$400,000 x 73/183 = $159,563

Scott Kazmir

Kazmir was traded to the Braves on Dec. 16, 2017.

***

The left-hander signed a three-year, $48 million contract with the Dodgers on Dec. 30, 2015.

$5 million signing bonus
2016: $11 million ($8 million deferred to Dec. 15, 2019)
2017: $16 million ($8 million deferred to Dec. 15, 2020)
2018: $16 million ($8 million deferred to Dec. 15, 2021)

Kazmir could opted out of the contract after one year (2016). If he did opt out, Kazmir would have received the $8 million deferred from 2016 by Jan. 15, 2017. Kazmir did not opt out.

Because of the deferred money, MLB values the total deal at $44,954,652 rather than $48 million. The MLBPA, which uses a slightly different valuation method, counts the total deal as $45,335,913.

Joe Kelly

Kelly was signed to a 3-year, $25 million deal on Dec. 21, 2018, a contract that includes a club option for a fourth year. Details:

$1 million signing bonus
2019: $3 million
2020: $8.5 million
2021: $8.5 million
2022: $12 million club option ($4 million buyout)

Kelly can also earn up to $2 million annually in performance bonuses:

$250,000 for 30 games finished
$250,000 for 35 games finished
$250,000 for 40 games finished
$250,000 for 45 games finished
$250,000 for 50 games finished
$250,000 for 55 games finished
$500,000 for 60 games finished

Matt Kemp

Kemp was traded to the Reds in a seven-player deal on Dec. 21, 2018. The Dodgers sent $7 million to Cincinnati, payable on Sept. 15, 2019 per AP.

***

Kemp was reacquired in a 5-player trade on Dec. 16, 2017, with two years remaining on his contract.

2018: $21.5 million
2019: $21.5 million

***

Kemp was traded to the Padres in a five-player trade on Dec. 18, 2014.

The Dodgers are sending $32 million to San Diego in the trade, with over half paid in 2015.

2015: $18 million ($3 million on the first of every month April through August)
2016: $3.5 million
2017: $3.5 million
2018: $3.5 million
2019: $3.5 million

The $3.5 million each year from 2016-2019 is paid $600,000 on the first of each month April through August, followed by $500,000 on Sept 1.

***

Signed an eight-year, $160 million contract extension on November 17, 2011, covering his final year of arbitration plus seven more seasons. It was the largest contract in Dodgers history and at the time it was signed the largest deal in National League history:

$2 million signing bonus, payable on April 15, 2012.
2012: $10 million (of which $2 million is deferred to April 15, 2013)
2013: $20 million salary + $2 million deferred from 2012
2014: $21 million
2015: $21 million
2016: $21.5 million
2017: $21.5 million
2018: $21.5 million
2019: $21.5 million

Signed a two-year deal for $10.95 million on January 15, 2010, avoiding arbitration and covering 2010-2011:

2010: $4 million
2011: $7.1 million ($6.95 million base salary + $150,000 in bonuses earned in 2010)

Has potential to add $300,000 to 2011 salary based on plate appearances in 2010:

$50,000 for 600 PA - achieved September 14
$100,000 for 650 PA - achieved September 28
$150,000 for 675 PA

Howie Kendrick

Kendrick was traded to the Phillies for Darin Ruf and Darnell Sweeney on Nov. 11, 2016.

***

Kendrick agreed a two-year, $20 million deal to return on Feb. 4, 2016.

2016: $10 million ($5 million deferred to Dec. 15, 2018)
2017: $10 million ($5 million deferred to Dec. 15, 2019)

Kendrick rejected the Dodgers' qualifying offer of one year, $15.8 million on Nov. 13, 2015.

* * *

The second baseman came to Los Angeles as part of an eight-player, three-team trade between the Marlins and Angels on Dec. 10, 2014.

Kendrick has one year remaining on his contact.

2015: $9,500,000

Clayton Kershaw

Kershaw leveraged his opt-out clause into a new 3-year, $93 million deal on Nov. 2, 2018.

2019: $31 million
2020: $31 million
2021: $31 million

Of the total contract, $23 million is a signing bonus, per the Associated Press, payable in annual installments from 2019-2021 on June 30. So each year is $23,333,333 in salary and $7,666,667 in signing bonus.

Kershaw has annual performance bonuses:

$1 million for 24 starts (2019: achieved Aug. 31)
$1 million for 26 starts (2019: achieved Sept. 13)
$1 million for 28 starts (2019: achieved Sept. 26)
$1 million for 30 starts
$1.5 million for winning the Cy Young
$500,000 for 2nd or 3rd in Cy Young voting


The left-hander signed to a seven-year extension worth $215 million on Jan. 17, 2014.

$18 million signing bonus (payable in three $6 million installments in 2014: April 15, July 15 and Sept. 15)

2014: $4 million
2015: $30 million
2016: $32 million
2017: $33 million
2018: $33 million
2019: $32 million
2020: $33 million

Annually, Kershaw can earn $1 million if he wins the Cy Young Award, or $500,000 if he finishes second or third in the voting.

Kershaw earned a $1 million bonus for winning the 2014 NL Cy Young Award. He got a $500,000 bonus for finishing third in the 2015 NL Cy Young vote. Kershaw earned another $500,000 bonus for finishing second in the 2017 NL Cy Young vote.

Kershaw can opt out of the contract after the 2018 season and become a free agent.

Kershaw can also void the contract following a season in which he is traded. If Kershaw is traded during the offseason, he gets a $3 million bonus and can opt out after one season with his new team.

***

Kershaw avoided a salary arbitration hearing by signing a two-year, $19 million contract on February 7, 2012. Kershaw for 2012 filed at $10 million, while the Dodgers filed at $6.5 million.

$500,000 signing bonus
2012: $7.5 million (including $2 million deferred to January 2013)
2013: $11 million

In addition, Kershaw earned $200,000 in performance bonuses in 2012, plus had his 2013 base salary increase to $11.5 million. Kershaw also earned $300,000 in performance bonuses in 2013.

2011: Kershaw signed a one-year deal for $500,000 on March 2, 2011.

Tom Koehler

Koehler was released on Nov. 20, 2018.

***

The right-handed free agent signed a one-year deal on Dec. 20, 2017.

2018: $2 million

Koehler can also earn bonuses, up to $1 million for starting and up to $950,000 otherwise:

$250,000 for 10 starts
$250,000 for 15 starts
$250,000 for 20 starts
$250,000 for 25 starts

$50,000 for 40 games pitched
$50,000 for 45 games pitched
$100,000 for 50 games pitched
$150,000 for 55 games pitched
$150,000 for 60 games pitched

$150,000 for 20 games finished
$150,000 for 32 games finished
$150,000 for 40 games finished

Adam Liberatore

2018: $565,000 ($247,400 in minors)

Liberatore was up for 46 days (from April 28 to May 19, then June 8-23).
$565,000 x 46/187 = $78,556

That leaves 109 days in the minors
$247,400 x 109/153 = $173,018

***

I don’t have Liberatore’s 2017 salary, so I will assume $545,000.

Liberatore was recalled from Triple-A on April 23, with 162 days left in the regular season.
$545,000 x 162/183 = $482,459

***

I don't have Liberatore's exact 2016 salary, but with 106 days of service time entering the season I am estimating $515,000 for him.

2016: $515,000 (estimated)

Liberatore was recalled from Triple-A on Apr. 14, with 172 days left in the regular season.
$515,000 x 172/183 = $484,044

***

The Dodgers acquired the left-handed pitcher with Joel Peralta in a four-player trade with the Rays on Nov. 20, 2014 that also sent Jose Dominguez and minor league pitcher Greg Harris to Tampa Bay.

He signed a one-year deal on March 10, 2015.

2015: $507,500

Liberatore was recalled on April 17, then optioned back to Triple-A on April 21. He was recalled on April 27 when Brandon McCarthy was placed on the DL, negating the option. He was optioned on July 22, so dating back to April 17 he earned 96 days of service time.
$507,500 x 96/183 = $266,230

Liberatore was recalled on Sept. 22, with 13 days left in the regular season
$507,500 x 13/183 = $36,052

Tim Locastro

Locastro was designated for assignment on No.v 20, 2018, then traded to the Yankees one day later for minor league pitcher Drew Finley and $75,000 (the latter per AP).

***

2018: $545,000 ($88,900 in minors)

Locastro was up for 12 days, from May 3-15.
$545,000 x 12/187 = $34,973

Locastro was called up on Sept. 1, with 30 days remaining in the regular season.
$545,000 x 30/187 = $87,433

That leaves 138 days in the minors
$88,900 x 138/153 = $80,184

***

2017: $535,000

Locastro was called up to the majors on Sept. 29, 2017, with 3 days left in the regular season.
$535,000 x 3/183 = $8,770

Manny Machado

Machado was acquired from Baltimore on July 18, 2018, with 74 days left in the season.
$16 million x 74/187 = $6,331,551

Kyle Madson

Madson was acquired from Washington On Aug. 31, 2018, with 31 days left in the season. He was in the final year of a 3-year, $22 million contract, making $7.5 million in 2018.

$7.5 million x 31/187 = $1,243,316

Kenta Maeda

The right-hander signed an eight-year, $25 million contract on Jan. 7, 2016.

Maeda receives a $1 million signing bonus
2016: $3 million
2017: $3 million
2018: $3 million
2019: $3 million
2020: $3 million
2021: $3 million
2022: $3 million
2023: $3 million

Maeda can also earn up to $10.15 million annually based on games started, innings pitched, and making the opening day roster:

$150,000 for making the opening day 25-man active roster
$1 million for 15 games started (2019: achieved June 23)
$1 million for 20 games started (2019: achieved July 19)
$1.5 million for 25 games started (2019: achieved Aug. 22)
$1.5 million for 30 games started
$1.5 million for 32 games started

$250,000 for 90 innings pitched (2019: achieved July 6)
$250,000 for 100 innings pitched (2019: achieved July 12)
$250,000 for 110 innings pitched (2019: achieved July 29)
$250,000 for 120 innings pitched (2019: achieved Aug. 10)
$250,000 for 130 innings pitched (2019: achieved Aug. 22)
$250,000 for 140 innings pitched (2019: achieved Sept. 2)
$250,000 for 150 innings pitched (2019: achieved Sept. 21)
$250,000 for 160 innings pitched
$250,000 for 170 innings pitched
$250,000 for 180 innings pitched
$250,000 for 190 innings pitched
$750,000 for 200 innings pitched

In 2018, Maeda earned $3.15 million in bonuses — $150,000 for making the opening day roster, $2 million for making 20 starts and $1 million for 125⅓ innings

In 2017, Maeda earned $4.9 million in bonuses — $150,000 for making the opening day roster, $3.5 million for making 25 starts and $1.25 million for 134⅓ innings.

In 2016, Maeda earned $8.9 million in bonuses -- $150,000 for making the opening day roster, $6.5 million for making 32 starts, and $2.25 million for 175⅔ innings.

Maeda gets a $1 million bonus each time he is traded.

The Dodgers will pay a $20 million release fee to the Hiroshima Carp, in four installments: $10 million by Jan. 21, 2016, $3.4 million by July 7, 2016, $3.4 million by Jan. 7, 2017, and $3.2 million by July 7, 2017.

Russell Martin

Martin was acquired with $16.4 million from the Blue Jays on Jan. 11, 2019, in exchange for minor leaguers Andrew Sopko and Ronny Brito. Martin is in the final year of his 5-year, $82 million contract signed with Toronto.

2019: $20 million

Cory Mazzoni

The Dodgers claimed Mazzoni off waivers from the Cubs on Mar. 27, 2018.

Brandon McCarthy

McCarthy was traded to the Braves on Dec. 16, 2017.

***

The pitcher signed a four-year, $48 million contract on on Dec. 16, 2014.

$6 million signing bonus ($3 million payable on Jan. 1, 2015; $3 million payable on Feb. 1, 2015)

2015: $11 million
2016: $11 million
2017: $10 million
2018: $10 million
2019: conditional club option

If McCarthy spends between 120-179 days on the disabled list with a shoulder injury related to a stress fracture or reaction injury from 2015-2018, there is a 2019 club option worth $8 million. If McCarthy spends 180 or more days on the DL with those same injuries, the option is $5 million.

Adam McCreery

The Dodgers acquired McCreery from the Braves for cash considerations on Nov. 28, 2018.

Brandon Morrow

Morrow was signed to a minor league deal with a non-roster invitation to spring training on Jan. 26, 2017.

2017: $1.25 million

Morrow can also earn up to $1 million in performance bonuses:

$250,000 for 40 games pitched (earned: Sept. 13)
$250,000 for 50 games pitched
$250,000 for 60 games pitched
$250,000 for 65 games pitched

The Dodgers selected the contract of Morrow on May 29, then he was optioned on June 10, up in the majors for 12 days.
$1.25 million x 12/183 = $81,967

Morrow was recalled on June 21, with 103 days remaining in the regular season.
$1.25 million x 103/183 = $703,552

Max Muncy

2019: $575,000

**

Muncy was called up on Apr. 17, with 167 days remaining in the season. I don’t have Muncy’s salary, so I will assume $550,000.
$550,000 x 167/187 = $491,176

Zach Neal

Neal was an NRI in spring, and called up on Apr. 3, 2018. He was designated for assignment on Apr. 7, lasting on the roster for 4 days. I don’t have his 2018 salary, but will estimate $550,000.
$550,000 x 4/187 = $11,765

Trevor Oaks

Oaks was added to the 40-man roster on Nov. 20, 2017.

He was traded to the Royals on Jan. 4, 2018.

Henry Owens

Owens was claimed off waivers from Arizona on Dec. 22, 2017.

Edward Paredes

2018: $547,500 ($88,900 in minors)

Paredes was up for 37 days (May 1-4, May 23-24, then June 7-July 10), then designated for assignment on July 11.
$547,500 x 37/187 = $108,329

That leaves 61 days in the minors (through July 11)
$88,900 x 61/153 = $35,444

***

2017: $535,000

The Dodgers selected the contract of Paredes on July 24, then he was optioned on Aug. 1, earning 8 days of service time.
$535,000 x 8/183 = $23,388

Paredes was recalled on Aug. 19, with 44 days left in the regular season.
$535,000 x 44/183 = $128,634

Joc Pederson

Pederson avoided arbitration with a 1-year deal on Jan. 11, 2019.

2019: $5 million

***

Pederson avoided salary arbitration with a 1-year deal on Jan. 12, 2018.

2018: $2.6 million

***

2017: $555,000

Pederson was optioned to Triple-A on Aug. 19, after earning 139 days of service time.
$555,000 x 139/183 = $421,557

Pederson was recalled on Sept. 5, with 27 days remaining in the regular season.
$555,000 x 27/183 = $81,885

***

2016: $520,000

***

He signed a one-year deal on March 10, 2015.

2015: $510,000

***

2014: $500,000

Pederson had his contract purchased from Triple-A on Sep. 1, with 28 days left in the regular season.

$500,000 x 28/183 = $76,503

A.J. Pollock

The outfielder signed a 4-year, $55 million contract with a player option for a fifth year, on Jan. 25, 2019.

$12 million signing bonus ($4m each on Feb. 28, May 1, July 1)
2019: $1 million
2020: $12 million
2021: $15 million
2022: $10 million
2023: $10 million player option ($5 million buyout)

For competitive balance tax purposes, Pollock’s contract is $60 million for five years, counting the player option, with a $12 million average annual value.

Pollock can opt out of the contract after the 2021 season if he totals either 1,000 plate appearances in 2020-21, or 1,450 PA in 2019-21, per the Associated Press. If he opts out after 2021, Pollock gets the $5 million buyout.

His 2023 salary can increase based on 2022 PA:
$1 million for each of 400, 450, 500, 500 and 600 PA

That 2023 salary can also increase up to another $5 million based on MVP finishes from 2019-2022:
$5 million for an MVP win
$3 million for each 2nd-5th finish in MVP voting
$1 million for each 6th-10th finish in MVP voting

Also per the AP, Pollock gets a $1.5 million assignment bonus each time he is traded.

Yasiel Puig

Puig was traded to the Reds in a seven-player deal on Dec. 21, 2018.

***

The Dodgers signed Puig to a seven-year, $42 million contract on June 29, 2012.

He received a $12 million signing bonus, half payable within 30 days of reporting and half payable on January 15, 2013. The rest of the contract is distributed as follows:

2012: $2 million
2013: $2 million
2014: $2 million
2015: $4.5 million
2016: $5.5 million
2017: $6.5 million
2018: $7.5 million

If Puig is eligible for salary arbitration during the contract, Puig can void the remainder of the contract and enter arbitration instead. Puig won't be a free agent until he accumulates six years of service time, so no sooner than after 2019.

Josh Ravin

Ravin was traded to the Braves on Nov. 20, 2017.

***

2017: $540,000

Ravin began the season on the disabled list, then was activated and optioned to Triple-A on May 10, earning 38 days of service time.
$540,000 x 38/183 = $112,131

Ravin was recalled on May 21, then optioned on May 23, earning 2 days of service time.
$540,000 x 2/183 = $5,902

Ravin was recalled on June 16, then optioned on June 18, earning 2 days of service time.
$540,000 x 2/183 = $5,902

Ravin was recalled on July 24, then optioned on Aug. 2, earning 9 days of service time.
$540,000 x 9/183 = $26,557

Ravin was recalled on Aug. 22, with 41 days left in the regular season.
$540,000 x 41/183 = $120,984

***

2016: $515,000

Ravin, on the 60-day DL, was suspended 80 games on May 2, 2016 for a positive PED test. He will not be paid while suspended, which will likely outlast his DL stint. He earned his major league salary through May 1 (29 days), plus at least the three off days through the earliest his 60-day DL stint would have lasted (June 2).
$515,000 x 32/183 = $90,055

Ravin was activated from the 60-day DL on Aug. 3 (the day after his suspension was fulfilled) and optioned to Triple-A.

Ravin was recalled on Aug. 8, with 57 days remaining in the regular season.
$515,000 x 57/183 = $157,596

***

2015: $507,500

Ravin was called up to the Dodgers on June 2, then optioned to Triple-A Oklahoma City on June 20, earning 18 days of major league service time.
$507,500 x 18/183 = $49,918

Ravin was called up to the Dodgers on July 8, then optioned on July 11, earning three days of major league service time.
$507,500 x 18/183 = $8,320

Ravin was called up to the Dodgers on July 24, then optioned to Triple-A Oklahoma City on July 25, earning one day of major league service time.
$507,500 x 18/183 = $2,773

Ravin was recalled on Sept. 1 then placed on the 60-day DL to create 40-man roster space, with 34 days left in the season.
$507,500 x 34/183 = $94,290

***

The Dodgers signed Ravin as a minor league free agent on Dec. 13, 2013. He was a non-roster invitee to spring training in 2014.

Edwin Rios

Rios was added to the 40-man roster on Nov. 20, 2018.

2019: $555,000 ($45,300 in minors)

The Dodgers drafted Rios in the sixth round in 2015 out of FIU.

Sergio Romo

The right-hander signed one-year deal with the Dodgers on Feb. 15, 2017.

2017: $3 million

Romo can also earn up to $250,000 in performance bonuses:

$125,000 for 50 games pitched
$125,000 for 60 games pitched

Romo was designated for assignment on July 20, 2017, then traded with cash to the Rays two days later. The Dodgers were on the hook for 112 days of Romo’s contract, plus agreed to send $414,934 to Tampa Bay as part of the deal, per the Associated Press.

$3 million x 112/183 = $1,836,066 + $414,934 = $2,251,000

Zac Rosscup

Rosscup was designated for assignment on Nov. 20, 2018, then released one day later.

***

2018: $610,000

Rosscup was claimed off waivers from Colorado on July 11, with 82 days remaining in the season.
$610,000 x 82/187 = $267,487

Keibert Ruiz

Ruiz was added to the 40-man roster on Nov. 20, 2018.

2019: $555,000 ($45,300 in minors)

The Dodgers signed Ruiz as an amatuer free agent out of Venezuela on July 20, 2014.

Hyun-jin Ryu

Ryu accepted the Dodgers qualifying offer on Nov. 12, 2018, a one-year deal.

2019: $17.9 million

***

The Dodgers won the bid for Ryu on Nov. 10, 2012, with a bid of $25,737,737.33 to the Hanwha Eagles of the Korea Baseball Organziation.

Ryu agreed to a six-year contract worth $36 million on Dec. 9, 2012.

Ryu will get a $5 million signing bonus, payable $2.5 million payable on Apr. 1, 2013 and $2.5 million on Apr. 1, 2014.

The annual base salaries:

2013: $2.5 million
2014: $3.5 million
2015: $4.5 million
2016: $7 million
2017: $7 million
2018: $7 million

Ryu can earn up to $1 million annually in performance bonuses based on innings pitched:

$250,000 for 170 IP
$250,000 for 180 IP
$250,000 for 190 IP
$250,000 for 200 IP

In 2013, Ryu pitched 192 innings, earning $750,000 in bonuses.

Ryu cannot be sent to the minors without his written consent.

Ryu can also earn an increase in base salary based on Cy Young balloting:

$1 million for winning
$750,000 for finishing 2nd
$500,000 for finishing 3rd
$250,000 for finishing 4th or 5th

Ryu can opt out of the contract after 2017 if he pitches a total of 750 innings during the first five years (2013-2017) of the deal.

Per the Associated Press, "Ryu gets a $30,000 moving allowance, eight annual first-class round-trip tickets from Los Angeles to South Korea, an employee assigned to Korean media needs, and interpreter, a personal trainer/massage therapist, English lessons and payment for immigration fees." In addition, Ryu's contract "allows him access to purchase premium tickets. He gets a suite on the road but pays the difference between the cost of a suite and a regular room."

Dennis Santana

Santana was added to the 40-man roster on Nov. 20, 2017.

2018: $545,000 ($44,500 in minors)

Santana was called up on May 30, with 124 days left in the season.
$545,000 x 124/187 = $361,390

He was in the minors for 55 days
$44,500 x 55/153 = $15,997

Josh Sborz

Sborz was added to the 40-man roster on Nov. 20, 2018.

2019: $555,000 ($45,300 in minors)

The Dodgers drafted Sborz in the second round in 2015 out of Virginia.

Jaime Schultz

Schultz was acquired from Tampa Bay for minor league RHP Caleb Sampen on Jan. 8, 2019.

Corey Seager

Seager avoided arbitration with a 1-year deal on Jan. 11, 2019.

2019: $4 million

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2018: $605,000

2017: $575,000

2016: $510,000

2015: $507,500

The Dodgers called Seager up to the majors on Sept. 3, 2015, with 32 days left in the regular season.
$507,500 x 32/183 = $88,743

Rob Segedin

I don’t have Segedin’s salary for 2017, but I will assume $540,000.

Segedin was recalled from Triple-A on April 17, then optioned on Aug. 18, earning 123 days of service time.
$540,000 x 123/183 = $362,951

Segedin was recalled on Sept. 1, with 31 days left inthe regular seasonme.
$540,000 x 31/183 = $91,475

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Segedin was acquired from the Yankees on Jan. 12, 2016 in exchange for Tyler Olson and Ronald Torreyes. Segedin was a non-roster invitee to spring training.

2016: $507,500

The Dodgers called Segedin up to the majors on Aug. 7, 2016, with 57 days left in the regular season.

$507,500 x 57/183 = $158,074

Yaisel Sierra

The Dodgers signed the pitcher to a six-year, $30 million contract on Feb. 21, 2016.

There is a $6 million signing bonus, half due on March 7 and half due on Dec. 15, 2016.

2016: $1 million
2017: $2.5 million
2018: $3.5 million
2019: $4 million
2020: $5.5 million
2021: $7.5 million

Once Sierra is eligible for salary arbitration, he may void the remainder of his contract and opt for arbitration instead.

He was sent outright to the minors on July 3, 2016.

Brock Stewart

2019: $565,000

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2018: $555,000 ($250,000 in minors)

Stewart was up for 31 days (from April 29 to May 12, then May 22 to June 8, then June 19).
$555,000 x 31/187 = $92,005

Stewart was recalled on Sept. 2 (and placed on the 60-day DL, with 29 days left in the season.
$555,000 x 29/187 = $86,070

That leaves 120 days in the minors
$250,000 x 120/153 = $196,078

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2017: $537,500

Stewart began the season on the disabled list, then was activated and optioned to Triple-A on June 7, earning 66 days of service time.
$537,500 x 66/183 = $193,852

Stewart was recalled from Triple-A on June 18, then was optioned back to OKC on Aug. 11, earning 54 days of service time (Stewart was alrso optioned and recalled twice during this period within 10 days replacing a DL’d or paternity list player — June 21 to 26, then Aug. 3 to 8 -- nullifying the options).
$537,500 x 54/183 = $158,607

The Dodgers recalled Stewart on Aug. 22, then optioned him the next day.
$537,500 x 1/183 = $2,937

Stewart was recalled on Sept. 2, with 30 days left in the regular season.
$537,500 x 30/183 = $88,115

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2016: $507,500

Stewart was called up on June 29, then optioned to Triple-A on July 3, earning 4 days of service time.
$507,500 x 4/183 = $11,093

Stewart was called up on Aug. 3, then optioned to Triple-A on Aug. 4, earning 1 day of service time.
$507,500 x 1/183 = $2,773

He was called up on Aug. 14, then optioned on Aug. 16, earning 2 days of service time.
$507,500 x 2/183 = $5,546

Stewart was recalled on Aug. 26, then optioned on Aug. 29, earning 3 days of service time.
$507,500 x 3/183 = $8,320

Stewart was recalled on Sept. 7, with 26 days remaining in the regular season.
$507,500 x 26/183 = $72,104

Ross Stripling

2019: $595,000

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2017: $540,000

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Stripling was added to the 40-man roster on Nov. 20, 2015, protecting him from the Rule 5 draft.

2016: $507,500

Stripling made the opening day roster, then was optioned on May 23, earning 50 days of service time.
$507,500 x 50/183 = $138,661

Stripling was recalled from Triple-A on July 23, then optioned on Aug. 2. He was recalled again on Aug. 6, replacing an injured Bud Norris, which negated the previous option. He was optioned again on Aug. 19, but again was brought back within 10 days, on Aug. 23, effectively negating it. So going back to the July 23 call-up, there are 72 days left in the regular season.
$507,500 x 72/183 = $199,672

Chris Taylor

Taylor avoided arbitration with a 1-year deal on Jan. 11, 2019.

2019: $3.5 million

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2018: $575,000

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I don’t have Taylor’s 2017 salary, but I am estimating $540,000.

Taylor was recalled from Triple-A on Apr. 19, with 166 days left in the regular season.
$540,500 x 166/183 = $489,836

***

Taylor was acquired from Seattle for pitcher Zach Lee on June 19, 2016.

Trayce Thompson

Thompson was designated for assignment on Mar. 27, 2018.

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I don't have Thompson's 2017 salary, but I am assuming $545,000.

Thompson was recalled from Triple-A Oklahoma City on Apr. 12, then optioned on Apr. 16, earning 4 days of service time.
$545,000 x 4/183 = $11,913

Thompson was recalled from Triple-A Oklahoma City on June 26, then optioned on July 24, earning 28 days of service time.
$545,000 x 28/183 = $83,388

Thompson was recalled on Sept. 5, with 27 days remaining in the regular season.
$545,000 x 27/183 = $80,410

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The outfielder was acquired from the White Sox in a three-team deal with the Reds on Dec. 16, 2015.

2016: $512,500

Andrew Toles

2018: $555,000 ($270,000 in minors)

Toles was up for 11 days, from July 9-20.
$555,000 x 11/187 = $32,647

Toles was called up Sept.1, with 30 days left in the regular season.
$555,000 x 30/187 = $89,037

That left 139 days in the minors
$270,000 x 139/153 = $245,294

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2017: $540,000

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2016: $507,500

Toles had his contract purchased on July 8, 2016, then was optioned on Aug. 3, earning 26 days of service time.
$507,500 x 26/183 = $72,104

Toles was recalled on Aug. 21, with 43 days left in the regular season.
$507,500 x 43/183 = $119,248

Dian Toscano

The outfielder was acquired from Atlanta in the Bud Norris trade on June 30, 2016.

2016: $1 million
2017: $1.3 million
2018: $1.5 million
2019: $1.7 million club option ($200,000 buyout)

Toscano joined the Dodgers on July 1, with 94 days left in the season.
$1 million x 94/183 = $513,661

Toscano was released on Apr. 3, 2017.

Justin Turner

Turner signed a four-year, $64 million contract to return to the Dodgers on Dec. 23, 2016.

$4 million signing bonus (payable Dec. 31, 2016)
2017: $12 million
2018: $11 million
2019: $18 million
2020: $19 million

Turner receives a $1 million bonus every time he is traded

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Turner avoided salary arbitration with a one-year deal on Jan. 15, 2016.

2016: $5.1 million

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The infielder avoided salary arbitration with a one-year contract signed on Jan. 16, 2015.

2015: $2.5 million

Turner signed a minor league contract with a non-roster invitation to spring training on Feb. 5, 2014. He made the team out of spring training, and had his contract purchased on March 16.

2014: $1 million

Turner's salary if in the minors would have been $120,000. In addition, he can earn up to $475,000 in performance bonuses based on plate appearances:

$25,000 for 200 PA (earned Aug. 2)
$25,000 for 275 PA (earned Sep. 1)
$50,000 for 300 PA (earned Sep. 12)
$50,000 for 325 PA
$50,000 for 350 PA
$50,000 for 375 PA
$75,000 for 400 PA
$75,000 for 425 PA
$75,000 for 450 PA

Julio Urias

2019: $565,000

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2018: $550,000

Urias was optioned to the minors for 17 days (Aug. 24-Sep. 9), leaving 170 days on the major league roster (or disabled list).
$550,000 x 170/187 = $500,000

2017: $540,000

Urias was recalled from Triple-A on Apr. 27, and optioned on May 21, earning 24 days of service time.
$540,000 x 24/183 = $70,820

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2016: $507,500

Urias had his contract purchased from Triple-A on May 27, then optioned back to the minors on May 28. Urias was called back to the majors on May 31, replacing an injured Alex Wood. Because it was within 10 days, the option doesn't count, and Urias gets paid and accrues service time as if he was never sent down. He was then optioned on July 5, earning a total of 39 days of service time dating back to May 27.
$507,500 x 39/183 = $108,156

Urias was recalled from Triple-A on July 21, then optioned on July 22, earning 1 day of service time.
$507,500 x 1/183 = $2,773

Urias was recalled from Triple-A on Aug. 3, with 61 days left in the regular season.
$507,500 x 61/183 = $169,167

Chase Utley

Utley announced his retirement in July 2018, effective at the end of the season. The Dodgers officially released utley on Nov. 9, 2018.

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Utley signed a two-year, $2 million deal on Feb. 17, 2018.

2018: $1 million
2019: $1 million

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Utley signed a one-year deal on Feb. 18, 2017.

2017: $2 million

Utley can also earn up to $500,000 in performance bonuses:

$62,500 for 40 games (earned May 27)
$62,500 for 60 games (earned June 19)
$62,500 for 80 games (earned July 22)
$62,500 for 100 games (earned Aug. 25)
$62,500 for 400 PA
$62,500 for 450 PA
$125,000 for 500 PA

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Utley returned on a one-year contract, finalized on Dec. 9, 2015.

2016: $7 million

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2015: $10,000,000 (plus a $5 million roster bonus)
2016-18: vesting club options ($2 million buyout)

Utley' options for 2016-2018 automatically vest at $15 million with 500 plate appearances in the season before. Otherwise, they become club options worth either $5 million, $7 million, $9 million or $11 million based on time on the active roster.

Utley was acquired from the Phillies in a three-player deal on Aug. 19, 2015, with 46 days left in the regular season.

$10,000,000 x 46/183 = $2,513,661.

The Phillies are sending the Dodgers $383,661 by Oct. 15 as part of the trade, per the Associated Press, and will cover the cost of the $2 million buyout if the Dodgers decline Utley's 2016 option ("on track to be at a price of $11 million.").

The Phillies will also pay all of the $5 million roster bonus to Utley in 2015.

Utley's 2016 club option is worth $11 million, the maximum amount, because he spent at least 125 days on an active roster in 2015.

The Dodgers declined Utley's 2016 option on Nov. 6, 2015.

Scott Van Slyke

Van Slyke avoided arbitration with a one-year deal on Dec. 1, 2016.

2017: $1.325 million

Van Slyke was traded to the Reds for Tony Cingrani on July 31, 2017, after 121 days of the regular season.
$1.325 million x 121/183 = $876,093

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Van Slyke signed a one-year deal on Jan. 14, 2016, avoiding salary arbitration.

2016: $1.225 million

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He signed a one-year deal on March 10, 2015.

2015: $522,500

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Van Slyke signed a one-year deal on March 2, 2014.

2014: $507,500

Pat Venditte

Venditte was designated for assignment on Nov. 28, 2018. The Dodgers did not tender him a contract on Nov. 30, making him a free agent.

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Venditte was called up May 12, then optioned on June 10. He was then up again from July 7-13. Both stints totaled 35 days. I don’t have his salary, so I’ll assume $550,000 in the majors and $100,00 in the minors.
$550,000 x 35/187 = $102,941

Venditte was called up again on Aug. 7, with 55 days remaining in the season.
$550,000 x 55/187 = $161,765

That leaves 51 days in the minors
$100,000 x 51/153 = $33,333

Alex Verdugo

2019: $560,000

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2018: $547,500 ($88,900 in minors)

Verdugo was up for 11 days, from Apr. 28 to May 9.
$547,500 x 11/187 = $32,206

Verdugo was up for 5 days, from July 23-28.
$547,500 x 5/187 = $14,639

Verdugo was called up Sept. 1, with 30 days remaining in the season.
$547,500 x 30/187 = $87,834

That leaves 134 days in the minors
$88,900 x 134/153 = $77,860

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2017: $535,000

The Dodgers purchased Verdugo’s contract from Triple-A on Sept. 1, 2017, with 31 days left in the regular season.
$535,000 x 31/183 = $90,628

Tony Watson

Watson was aquired from the Pirates for pitcher Angel German and infielder Oneil Cruz on July 31, 2017.

Watson is a free agent after 2017, earning $5.6 million this season. He was acquired with 62 days remaining in the regular season.

$5.6 million x 62/183 = $1,897,268

Alex Wood

Wood was traded to the Reds in a seven-player deal on Dec. 21, 2018.

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Wood signed a 1-year deal to avoid salary arbitration on Jan. 12, 2018.

2018: $6 million

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Wood signed a 1-year deal to avoid salary arbitration on Jan. 13, 2017.

2017: $2.8 million

***

2016: $530,000

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2015: $520,000

Wood was acquired from the Braves in a three-team, 13-player deal on July 30, 2015, with 67 days left in the regular season.

$520,000 x 67/183 = $190,383.