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Baseball Payrolls
2010

1.    New York Yankees    $202,689,028
3.   Philadelphia Phillies     $172,976,379
3.    Boston Red Sox    $161,762,475
4.    Los Angeles Angels    $138,543,166
5.    Chicago White Sox    $127,789,000
6.   Chicago Cubs     $125,047,329
7.    New York Mets    $118,847,309
8.    San Francise Giant     $118,198,333
9.   Minnesota Twins     $112,737,000
10.   Detroit Tigers    $105,700,231

Source: USA Today Salary
Database

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Philadelphia Phillies Opening Day Roster

NAME TEAM ACTUAL 2011
SALARY
SPRO 2011
SALARY
POSITION
Roy Halladay PHI $20,000,000 $22,746,000 Pitcher
Ryan Howard PHI $20,000,000 $14,738,000 First Baseman
Roy Oswalt PHI $16,000,000 $13,423,000 Pitcher
Chase Utley PHI $15,285,714 $12,484,000 Second Baseman
Raul Ibanez PHI $12,166,666 $9,597,000 Outfielder
Brad Lidge PHI $12,000,000 $4,122,000 Pitcher
Cliff Lee PHI $11,000,000 $20,000,000 Pitcher
Joe Blanton PHI $10,500,000 $7,466,000 Pitcher
Cole Hamels PHI $9,500,000 $11,473,000 Pitcher
Jimmy Rollins PHI $8,500,000 $7,804,000 Shortstop
Shane Victorino PHI $7,500,000 $7,764,000 Outfielder
Placido Polanco PHI $5,416,666 $7,002,000 Third Baseman
Ryan Madson PHI $4,833,333 $5,013,000 Pitcher
Danys Baez PHI $2,750,000 $925,000 Pitcher
Carlos Ruiz PHI $2,750,000 $4,263,000 Catcher
Jose Contreras PHI $2,500,000 $2,340,000 Pitcher
Kyle Kendrick PHI $2,450,000 $1,609,000 Pitcher
Brian Schneider PHI $1,625,000 $1,133,000 Catcher
Ross Gload PHI $1,600,000 $1,323,000 First Baseman
J.C. Romero PHI $1,350,000 $1,406,000 Pitcher
Ben Francisco PHI $1,175,000 $1,346,000 Outfielder
Pete Orr PHI $600,000 $518,000 Second Baseman
Wilson Valdez PHI $560,000 $445,000 Shortstop
David Herndon PHI $425,000 $425,000 Pitcher
Antonio Bastardo PHI $419,000 $419,000 Pitcher
Brian Bocock PHI $414,000 $416,000 Shortstop
Domonic Brown PHI $414,000 $416,000 Outfielder
Michael Martinez PHI $414,000 $414,000 Second Baseman
John Mayberry PHI $414,000 $417,000 Outfielder
Brian Schlitter PHI $414,000 $415,000 Pitcher

Note:  SPRO Salary (Salary Projection, Baseball Evaluation) takes into account Servicer Time, EXPEQ, PEVA, RAVE, and SPRO RAVE.  Source: Actual Payroll, USA Today Salary Database.


Team Payroll Value Index - 2011

April 14, 2011 - So how did the World Series runner ups make out this year in the Team Payroll Value Index.  Not too shabby at all, and that's pretty hard to do when the numbers start to rise and they run out and buy top notch free agents.

1) Roy Halladay.  Roy Halladay won the Cy Young last year in his first season in Philadelphia and with one more good year has already stamped his ticket to Cooperstown five years after he retires.  Most think that he shortchanged himself in the dollar department when he signed with Philly, and that's probably true.  We project his salary in 2011 at $22.7 million and Philadelphia got him for $20m.  It was a good deal for Philly and Roy will probably be able to afford to eat.

2) Cliff Lee.  It's funny.  We like Cliff Lee alot.  But, just from a personal standpoint, we think the contract given was a little long and a little high for our tastes.  It's a bargain in 2011 at $11 million when he's worth $20 million.  And we realize that even in those other years, that taste will be pretty sweet when Cliff wins 15 games and has a great postseason, which we wouldn't be surprised at at all.  His postseason for the Phils two seasons ago was one of the best in history and his season three years ago with Cleveland was one of the best regular seasons in history.  So it's hard to say the contract was a bit high.  But we think, and SPRO, thinks it was.

3)  Brad Lidge and the dilemma of paying top dollars for an inconsistent player.  There was lots of evidence in the past stats of Brad Lidge to note that while he can have truly remarkable seasons, as he did in leading Philadelphia to the World Series victory in 2008, he can also have more than a few that are not.  So now the Phils have a closer who'se really only a part-time closer and worth nowhere near the $12 million they're paying.  In their case, the rest of the team is filling in for that problem, but it is a problem that has been the downfall of other teams.  Consistency and durability are key factors in when and how much you pay players.  Sometimes we think it's forgotten in the glow of free agency, but it is important.

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