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PITCHERS 2003 SALARY 2004 SALARY

A.J. Burnett $2.5 million $2.5 million

Armando Benitez $6.9 million# $3.5 million

Brad Penny $1.875 million unsigned; could get $3 million

Carl Pavano $1.5 million unsigned; could get $3 million

Michael Tejera $300,000 $425,000

Tommy Phelps $300,000 under team control; should get $300,000

Chad Fox $300,000# $1.25 million

Josh Beckett $1.725 million under team control; could get $2.1 million

Dontrelle Willis $300,000 under team control; could get $500,000

Nate Bump $300,000 under team control; could get $400,000

Blaine Neal $300,000 under team control; could get $300,000

Mike Neu $300,000# under team control; could get $400,000

 

CATCHERS 2003 SALARY 2004 SALARY

Mike Redmond $1.05 million $840,000

Ramon Castro $300,000 $400,000

 

INFIELDERS 2003 SALARY 2004 SALARY

Luis Castillo $4.85 million $4 million

Mike Lowell $3.7 million $6.5 million

Hee Seop Choi $305,000 $305,000

Mike Mordecai $500,000 $450,000

Alex Gonzalez $1.7 million $2.8 million

 

OUTFIELDERS 2003 SALARY 2004 SALARY

Brian Banks $300,000 $400,000

Juan Pierre $900,000 $2.5 million

Jeff Conine $3 milllion# $3 milllion

Miguel Cabrera $300,000 under team control; could get $500,000

Lenny Harris $300,000# signed $400,000 minor-league deal

 

#Most or all of 2003 salary paid by another club

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Juan Pierre's salary is 200K too high, but other than that it looks solid to me.

Juan Pierre is worth all the money that we pay him...

I'm glad we got rid of preston and got pierre even though preston is doing very good-bc hes in coors

but jp always sets the table and steals bases...and whenever he gets on he gets the pitcher worried about him...so even when jp dosent do anything-he is still making a big effect...and even though he dosent have a big arm...he makes up for it with his speed to track down those fly balls...great offense and defense...great player...glad to have him and worth all the money :)

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Juan Pierre's salary is 200K too high, but other than that it looks solid to me.

I think the $200,000 bonus for finishing in the top 10 in the MVP voting actually is added to Pierre's 2004 base salary, which is why it's now $2.5 million. I thought it was added to his 2003 salary, but you could very well be correct.

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if this is more readable...

 

from the herald: http://www.miami.com/mld/miamiherald/sports/7547495.htm

 

 

 

With one roster spot still open, the Marlins' projected opening day roster will make more than $39.4 million combined in 2004. With $11 million in deferred income due pitcher Mike Hampton and catcher Ivan Rodriguez, that leaves the Marlins payroll at about $50 million. Last year's opening day payroll was $50.35 million, including the $2.5 million paid pitcher A.J. Burnett, who was placed on the disabled list.

 

PITCHERS2003 SALARY2004 SALARY

 

 

A.J. Burnett$2.5 million$2.5 million

Armando Benitez$6.9 million#$3.5 million

Brad Penny$1.875 millionunsigned; could get $3 million

Carl Pavano$1.5 millionunsigned; could get $3 million

Michael Tejera$300,000$425,000

Tommy Phelps$300,000under team control; should get $300,000

Chad Fox$300,000#$1.25 million

Josh Beckett$1.725 millionunder team control; could get $2.1 million

Dontrelle Willis$300,000under team control; could get $500,000

Nate Bump$300,000under team control; could get $400,000

Blaine Neal$300,000under team control; could get $300,000

Mike Neu$300,000#under team control; could get $400,000

 

 

 

CATCHERS2003 SALARY2004 SALARY

 

 

Mike Redmond$1.05 million$840,000

Ramon Castro$300,000$400,000

 

 

 

INFIELDERS2003 SALARY2004 SALARY

 

 

Luis Castillo$4.85 million$4 million

Mike Lowell$3.7 million$6.5 million

Hee Seop Choi$305,000$305,000

Mike Mordecai$500,000$450,000

Alex Gonzalez$1.7 million$2.8 million

 

 

 

OUTFIELDERS2003 SALARY2004 SALARY

 

 

Brian Banks$300,000$400,000

Juan Pierre$900,000$2.5 million

Jeff Conine$3 milllion#$3 milllion

Miguel Cabrera$300,000under team control; could get $500,000

Lenny Harris$300,000#signed $400,000 minor-league deal

 

#Most or all of 2003 salary paid by another club

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If our payroll is the same this year as it was last year, I'm going to be pretty pissed.

i second that. they made the maximum amount of money they could have possibly made last season. if we stay at $51 million, we'll also be getting more revenue sharing money than last season.

 

i'll be pissed unless they up the payroll to $60 million. an "operating range" of $50-$55 million is just ridiculous.

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i second that. they made the maximum amount of money they could have possibly made last season. if we stay at $51 million, we'll also be getting more revenue sharing money than last season.

 

i'll be pissed unless they up the payroll to $60 million. an "operating range" of $50-$55 million is just ridiculous.

Exactly.

 

We recieved post-season bonus', revenue, clothing sales ect. from last season, and they're gonna sit here and tell us that our operating range is the same as it was LAST off-season? Give me a freakin' break here.

 

If we don't get a few more decent major leaguers this off-season, I will be very disappointed in Jeffrey, dispite all the good things he has brought to this organization.

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I wouldnt mind having either Vlad or Rafy as the next Marlins... BTW : Vlad will not be an Oriole not since they signed Javy, they need to use that $15 mill that have on 1 or 2 pitchers if they wanna " compete " or they can get Vlad if they want to be the next Rangers.

how many pitchers can they get that cost $15 million? who would trade this magical pitcher to them?

 

they're getting vlad.

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I wouldnt mind having either Vlad or Rafy as the next Marlins... BTW : Vlad will not be an Oriole not since they signed Javy, they need to use that $15 mill that have on 1 or 2 pitchers if they wanna " compete " or they can get Vlad if they want to be the next Rangers.

how many pitchers can they get that cost $15 million? who would trade this magical pitcher to them?

 

they're getting vlad. They can get Ponson, Urbina and get Maddux? Why go after Vlad, when they in the hardest division in baseball... They need some pitchers to help them, again unless they want to be the next Rangers.

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