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Tampa Bay Rays 2011 salaries

The $41 million club

Rays salaries for 2011

Johnny Damon $5,250,000

B.J. Upton 4,825,000

Ben Zobrist 4,500,000

James Shields 4,250,000

Kelly Shoppach 3,000,000

Kyle Farnsworth 2,600,000

Evan Longoria 2,500,000

Manny Ramirez 2,000,000

David Price 1,250,000

x-J.P. Howell 1,100,000

Wade Davis 1,000,000

Dan Johnson 1,000,000

Joel Peralta 925,000

Andy Sonnanstine 912,500

Jeff Niemann 903,000

Juan Cruz 850,000

Sean Rodriguez 428,600

John Jaso 427,400

Matt Joyce 426,500

Reid Brignac 425,400

Adam Russell 420,800

Jeremy Hellickson 418,400

Sam Fuld 418,300

Cesar Ramos 416,700

Jake McGee 415,200

Elliott Johnson 414,900

Total 41,077,700

x-on DL

Tampa Bay Rays 2011 salaries 03/31/11 [Last modified: Thursday, March 31, 2011 7:13pm]
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