All posts tagged "2011 payroll"

  • Analysis
    Clarification on Scott Olsen’s 2011 Salary

    Olsen is owed the full $550 K that the Pirates guaranteed him. The Pittsburgh Pirates released Scott Olsen last week, after Olsen spent the start of the 2011 season on the 60-day disabled list.  The Pirates originally signed Olsen to a one year, $550 K guaranteed deal, which included a $450 K...

  • Analysis
    2011 Pittsburgh Pirates Opening Day Payroll

    All throughout the season we keep a running total of the Pittsburgh Pirates' 40-man roster payroll, factoring in every move that takes place throughout the year.  The final numbers are unofficial, but give a fairly accurate view of the total payroll.  Last year, the end of the season payroll was estimated to...

  • Analysis
    Contract Details for Correia, Olsen, and Fields

    Jennifer Langosch has the contract details for three of the newly signed Pirates: Kevin Correia 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...

  • Analysis
    2010 Payroll Projection Following the Winter Meetings

    The 2010 Winter Meetings saw the Pittsburgh Pirates sign three players: Scott Olsen, Kevin Correia, and Matt Diaz, along with making a Rule 5 selection, taking Josh Rodriguez from the Cleveland Indians.  The only signing that has been made official so far has been Olsen, so there are technically two spots open...

  • Analysis
    Recapping the Non-Tender Deadline

    Cedeno was signed to a one year deal with an option. The Pittsburgh Pirates non-tendered four players and re-signed two arbitration eligible players prior to the non-tender deadline.  The Pirates re-signed Ronny Cedeno to a one year, $2 M deal with an option for the 2012 season, and re-signed Jeff Karstens to...

  • Analysis
    2011 Pittsburgh Pirates 40-Man Roster and Payroll

              NOTES: All salaries in bold are official. All ages are as of the start of the 2011 Pittsburgh Pirates season. Players in the minor leagues make $32,500 in their first year on the 40-man roster, $67,300 in their second year, and $97,500 in their third year. Any...

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