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Q: MLB Manager's Salaries ( No Answer,   2 Comments )
Subject: MLB Manager's Salaries
Category: Sports and Recreation > Team Sports
Asked by: sportyjessica28-ga
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Posted: 20 Sep 2006 13:42 PDT
Expires: 20 Oct 2006 13:42 PDT
Question ID: 767060
Could you provide a list of the current MLB Manager's Salaries (2006
Season)? If you can't get all of them, all I really need is:
John Gibbons-Blue Jays
Bobby Cox-Braves
Grady Little-Dodgers
Felipe Alou-San Fran
Eric Wedge-Indians
Mike Hargrove-Mariners
Frank Robinson-Nationals
Charlie Manuel-Phillies
Jerry Narron-Reds
Buddy Bell-Royals
Jim Leyland-Tigers
Ozzie Guillen-White Sox

Request for Question Clarification by omnivorous-ga on 17 Oct 2006 04:41 PDT
Sportyjessica28 --

Let me know if this source, which has about 50% of the managers'
contracts outlined, is sufficient.  In many cases you'll have a number
for a previous manager (e.g., Alan Trammell was paid $600K for 2006 --
then the team replaced him with Jim Leyland, salary unknown).

Out of your list, Cotton Tierney has:
Bobby Cox (Braves): $2.5M in 2005 -- extended through 2007
Felipe Alou (Giants): $2M - $2.5M (estimated)
Eric Wedge (Indians): $550K
Jerry Narron (Reds): replaced Dave Miley, who was paid $350K (2004)
Buddy Bell (Royals): replaced Tony Pena, who was paid about $430K

And we know from news reports that Sweet Lou (Piniella) is being paid
$10M for a three-year contract to manage the Cubs in 2007-2009.

Cot's Baseball Contracts

Best regards,

There is no answer at this time.

Subject: Re: MLB Manager's Salaries
From: cynthia-ga on 27 Sep 2006 03:49 PDT
Close, but no cigar:

MLB Salaries and Business Data

I'm posting the link because it's a fantastic resource, nevertheless..
Subject: Re: MLB Manager's Salaries
From: hemlockbrock-ga on 17 Oct 2006 01:28 PDT
They aren't public information at all.  Managers don't have agents to
negotiate deals since they are on the management side--it would be a
conflict of interest.  I have never seen any data on the subject.

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