Los Angeles Dodgers Payroll
The Los Angeles Dodgers payroll, including all transactions, salaries, and news regarding contract details and payouts for the entire team.
A look at the payroll the Dodgers added with their various trade deadline deals, most notably Max Scherzer, Trea Turner, and Danny Duffy.
This marks the Dodgers’ highest opening day payroll since tipping the financial scales at $266.1 million in 2015, and their third-highest ever, which includes the years well before I started tracking the team’s payroll in 2010.
Details of the two-year, $34 million contract for Dodgers third baseman Justin Turner, which includes a team option for 2023 and performance bonuses.
The Dodgers reported three-year, $102 million contract for Trevor Bauer means they will be paying the competitive balance tax in 2021.
Details on the two-year, $4.75 million contract that relief pitcher Tommy Kahnle signed with the Dodgers.
Opening Day payroll for the Dodgers in 2020, including both full-season and pro-rated totals.
A closer look at potential salary cuts reported proposed by Major League Baseball owners in negotiations with the players on restarting the 2020 MLB season.
A comprehensive look at the Los Angeles Dodgers’ opening day payroll in 2019, estimated to be at $206 million, including analysis of how it compares to previous seasons and the impact this season regarding the competitive balance tax.
A breakdown of the Dodgers’ opening day payroll for 2018, and how it compares to previous years.
A look at the 2018 salaries for several Dodgers who have yet to qualify for salary arbitration, including shortstop Corey Seager and Cody Bellinger, who signed for $605,000 and $585,000, respectively after winning the last two National League Rookie of the Year awards.
Details of Tom Koehler’s one-year contract with the Dodgers, which includes a bases salary of $2 million for 2018.
The Dodgers had a payroll in 2017 of roughly $253.6 million in 2017, and were levied a competitive balance tax of $36.2 million, their fifth straight year of paying the tax.
The Dodgers trade with the Braves was less about Matt Kemp, Adrian Gonzalez and the players involved and more about financial flexibility for LA and an eye toward the 2018-19 offseason.
The Dodgers found a way to move some immovable contracts on Saturday, by taking on another.
A detailed look at the salaries for the Dodgers heading into opening day 2017