Average MLB Salary Is Record 2.82 Million

Baseball's average salary rose 4.6 percent last year to a record 2.82 million dollars. The New York Yankees were the highest-payroll team for the ninth straight year with 7.47 million-dollar average.

Final figures released by the Major League Baseball Players Association indicate the average salary appears on track to break the 3 million-dollar barrier this season.

Boston, which won the World Series for the second time in four seasons, was a distant second at 5.46 million, followed by the New
York Mets, Los Angeles Dodgers, Chicago Cubs, Chicago White Sox and Seattle.

At the bottom were Tampa Bay, Washington and Florida.

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