Jennifer Langosch has the contract details for three of the newly signed Pirates:
Correia can earn up to $4 M in 2012.
As we know, Correia will receive a $2 M signing bonus, and $3 M annual salaries in 2011 and 2012. He also has the following incentives and performance bonuses:
In 2012, Correia can receive $100,00 each for 170 innings, 180 innings, 190 innings, 200 innings, and 210 innings. He can also receive $125,000 each for 26 games started, 28 games started, 30 games started, and 32 games started.
Correia can earn up to $1 M in performance bonuses in 2012. If Correia repeats his 2009 season in 2012 (33 starts, 198 innings), he will receive $800,000 in performance bonuses.
Correia also has the basic awards incentives for 2011 and 2012. If Correia is ...
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