Toronto Blue Jays | Cot's Baseball Contracts (2022)

Service time in years & days (through 2021 season).
Edward Rogers Chairman
2000 -

  • Rogers Communications, 2000 -
    • Rogers Communications paid $112M in cash and stock for an 80% stake in the Blue Jays in 2000. Interbrew SA retained a 20% share.
    • Interbrew sold its share to Rogers Communications in 2004.
  • Interbrew SA, 1995-2000
    • Belgian brewer Interbrew SA acquired a 90% stake in the club when it acquired Labatt Brewing in 1995. Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce retained its 10% stake, which was sold to Rogers Communications in 2000.
  • Labatt Brewing, 1977-1995
    • a group comprised of Labatt Brewing (45%), Imperial Trust Ltd. (45%) and Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce (10%) paid a franchise fee of $7M for the rights to the AL’s 1977 expansion club in Toronto.
    • Labatt acquired Imperial Trust’s 45% stake in 1991
  • Forbes magazine valued the club at $1.78 billion in March, 2022.

BLUE JAYS PAYROLLS

YearOpening Day 26-manYear End 40-manCB Tax 40-man
2022$171,040,621 (11)$ ( )$190,218,643 (11)
2021$135,223,171 (13)$152,261,601 (12)$166,054,167 (14)
2020$ 51,538,089 (20)$ 54,610,530 (18)$133,461,289 (19)
2019$114,546,171 (21)$120,288,261 (20)$130,552,357 (21)
2018$162,037,223 ( 8)$157,226,219 (11)$167,138,865 (11)
2017$163,381,937 (11)$165,179,831 (11)$166,152,534 (14)
2016$136,782,027 (13)$153,365,369 (11)$164,312,432 (14)
2015$125,915,800 (10)$135,728,804 (10)$141,304,346 (16)
2014$137,177,700 ( 9)$135,435,701 (10)$137,190,349 (13)
2013$119,277,800 ( 8)$125,879,791 ( 9)$141,818,797 ( 9)
2012$ 83,739,200 (21)$ 92,133,335 (17)$103,726,534 (20)
2011$ 70,567,800 (22)$ 75,851,382 (21)
2010$ 78,689,357 (20)$ 86,803,549 (18)
2009$ 80,538,300 (16)$ 84,130,513 (17)
2008$ 97,973,900 (10)$ 98,343,520 (13)
2007$ 81,942,800 (16)$ 95,069,351 (15)
2006$ 71,915,000 (16)$ 72,439,018 (18)
2005$ 45,719,500 (25)$ 45,698,000 (24)
2004$ 50,071,000 (22)$ 50,651,626 (22)
2003$ 51,269,000 (23)$ 61,175,638 (22)
2002$ 76,864,333 (11)$ 66,814,971 (13)
2001$ 76,896,000 (10)$ 74,274,440 (12)
2000$ 46,363,332 (21)$ 54,518,816 (16)
  • Opening Day payrolls compiled by Baseball Prospectus include salaries and pro-rated signing bonuses for players on the active 25/26-man roster and injured list. Deferred payments and performance and award bonuses are not included.
  • Year End 40-man roster payrolls obtained by The Associated Press include salaries and pro-rated shares of signing bonuses, earned performance and award bonuses, non-cash compensation, buyouts of unexercised options and cash transactions. Deferrals may be discounted to reflect present-day value.
  • Year End Competitive Balance Tax payrolls obtained by The Associated Press include average annual value of contracts, earned bonuses, non-cash compensation, cash transactions, buyouts of unexercised options, and health and pension benefits. Deferrals may be discounted to reflect present-day value.

Mark Shapiro President & CEO
5 years (2021-25)

  • Toronto, 2016 -
    • hired by Toronto as President & CEO, effective after 2015 season
    • signed 5-year extension with Toronto as President & CEO 1/13/21
  • Cleveland, 1992-2015
    • 5 years (2008-12)
      • signed extension with Cleveland as GM 3/07
      • deal later extended through 2013
      • selected as President (effective after 2010 season) 2/18/10
      • to resign after 2015 season (hired as President & CEO, Toronto)
    • 2 years (2006-07)
      • signed extension with Cleveland as GM 12/04
    • 4 years (2002-05)
      • promoted to GM by Cleveland 11/01, replacing John Hart

Ross Atkins Executive VP of Baseball Operations & GM
5 years (2022-26)

  • 5 years (2022-26)
    • signed extension with Toronto 4/7/21
  • 2020 -
    • signed extension with Toronto through at least 2020 6/19
  • 2016 -
    • hired by Toronto as Executive VP of Baseball Operations & GM 12/3/15
    • Cleveland 2001-15
      • VP, Player Personnel (2015), VP of Player Development (2011-14), Director of Player Development (2007-10), Director of Latin American Operations (2004-06), Assistant Director of Player Development (2001-03)
  • Senior VP, Player Personnel Tony LaCava (served as interim GM from 10/29/15 to 12/3/15)
  • VP, International Scouting Andrew Tinnish
  • Assistant General Manager Joe Sheehan
  • former Senior VP, Baseball Operations and GM Alex Anthopoulos
    • 2006-15
      • VP, Baseball Operations & Assistant GM, 2006-09
      • promoted to GM by Toronto 10/3/09, replacing J.P. Ricciardi
      • refused extension offer and will not return for 2016
  • former Senior VP, Baseball Operations & GM J.P. Ricciardi
    • 3 years (2008-10)
      • signed extension with Toronto 12/05
    • 5 years (2003-07)
      • signed extension with Toronto 10/02
      • extension does not include “out” clause
    • 3 years (2002-04)
      • hired by Toronto 11/01
      • deal includes opt-out clause (removed with first extension)

John Schneider Interim Manager
2022 –

  • 2022 -
    • selected by Toronto as interim manager 7/13/22, replacing Charlie Montoyo
  • 2019-22
    • catching instructor, bench coach, Toronto
  • former manager Charlie Montoyo
    • 1 year (2023)
      • signed extension with Toronto 4/1/22
    • 3 years (2019-21), plus 2022 club option
      • hired as manager by Toronto 10/25/18, replacing John Gibbons
      • Toronto exercised 2022 option 3/16/2
      • fired by Toronto 7/13/22
  • former manager John Gibbons
    • 2 years (2018-19), plus 2020 club option
      • signed extension with Toronto 4/1/17
      • Toronto announced 9/26/18 Gibbons will not be retained as manager for 2019
    • 2 years (2016-17)
      • Jan. 1 “rollover” option language removed in 2015-16 off-season, with Gibbons receiving a raise for 2016-17, but no 2018 option
    • 2 years (2013-14), plus 2015 option
      • hired as manager by Toronto 11/20/12
      • if not fired by Jan. 1, option season becomes guaranteed and another option year is added to end of the deal
      • 2015 option vested, 2016 option added 1/1/14
      • 2016 option vested, 2017 option added 1/1/15
      • Jan. 1 “rollover” option language removed in 2015-16 off-season
    • 2004-08: manager, Toronto
      • 1 year/$0.65M (2008). Signed extension 2/07. Fired 6/20/08
      • 2 years (2006-07). 2007:$0.5M. Signed extension 4/05
      • 1 year (2005). Hired as permanent manager 10/04
      • hired as interim manager 8/04, replacing Carlos Tosca
      • hired as permanent manager 10/04
  • former manager John Farrell
    • 3 years (2011-13)
      • hired as manager by Boston 10/20/12, with Toronto receiving compensation
      • hired as manager by Toronto 10/25/10, replacing Cito Gaston

George Springer rf
6 years/$150M (2021-26)

  • 6 years/$150M (2021-26)
    • signed by Toronto as a free agent 1/20/21
    • $10M signing bonus, due within 30 days of signing
    • 21:$22M, 22:$28M, 23:$22.5M, 24:$22.5M, 25:$22.5M, 26:$22.5M
    • award bonuses: $150,000 for MVP ($125,000 for second place in vote. $100,000 for third. $75,000 for fourth. $50,000 for fifth). $50,000 each for Gold Glove, Silver Slugger, All Star, WS MVP. $25,000 for LCS MVP
    • no-trade protection: may block deals to eight clubs
    • perks: hotel suite on road trips
  • 1 year/$21M (2020)
    • re-signed by Houston 1/16/20 (avoided arbitration, $22.5M-$17.5M)
    • award bonuses: $200,000 for MVP ($175,000 for second in vote, $150,000 for third, $125,000 for fourth, $100,000 for fifth). $100,000 for World Series MVP. $75,000 each for All Star, Gold Glove, Silver Slugger, LCS MVP.
    • Houston made $18.9M qualifying offer 11/2/20
  • 2 years/$24M (2018-19)
    • signed extension with Houston 2/5/18 (avoided arbitration, $10.5M-$8.5M)
    • 18:$12M, 19:$12M
  • 1 year/$3.9M (2017)
    • re-signed by Houston 1/13/17 (avoided arbitration)
  • 1 year/$522,400 (2016)
    • re-signed by Houston 3/16
  • 1 year/$512,900 (2015)
    • re-signed by Houston 3/15
  • 1 year (2014)
    • contract selected by Houston 4/16/14
  • drafted by Houston 2011 (1-11) (Connecticut)
  • $2.525M signing bonus
  • agent: Excel Sports
  • ML service: 7.166

Kevin Gausman rhp
5 years/$110M (2022-26)

  • 5 years/$110M (2022-26)
    • signed by Toronto as a free agent 11/30/21
    • 22:$21M, 23:$21M, 24:$24M, 25:$23M, 26:$23M
  • 1 year/$18.9M (2021)
    • re-signed by San Francisco as a free agent 11/11/20 (accepted Qualifying Offer)
  • 1 year (2020)
    • signed by San Francisco as a free agent 12/10/19
    • may earn additional $1M in performance bonuses
    • San Francisco made $18.9M qualifying offer 11/1/20
  • 1 year/$9.35M (2019)
    • re-signed by Atlanta 1/11/19 (avoided arbitration)
    • claimed by Cincinnati off waivers from Atlanta 8/5/19
    • non-tendered by Cincinnati 12/2/19
  • 1 year/$5.6M (2018)
    • re-signed by Baltimore 2/13/18 (avoided arbitration, $6.225M-$5.3M)
    • performance bonuses: $50,000 each for 25, 30, 33 starts
    • award bonuses: $50,000 each for Gold Glove, All-Star
    • acquired by Atlanta in trade from Baltimore 7/31/18 with $1,836,559 remaining on contract
  • 1 year/$3.45M (2017)
    • re-signed by Baltimore 2/5/17 (avoided arbitration, $3.55M-$3.15M)
    • performance bonuses: $50,000 each for 30, 33 starts
    • award bonuses: $50,000 each for All-Star, Gold Glove
  • 1 year/$532,000 (2016)
    • re-signed by Baltimore 3/16
  • 1 year/$522,000 (2015)
    • re-signed by Baltimore 3/10/15
  • 1 year/$502,500 (2014)
    • re-signed by Baltimore 3/11/14
  • 1 year (2013)
    • contract purchased by Baltimore 5/23/13
  • drafted by Baltimore 2012 (1-4) (LSU)
  • $4.32M signing bonus ($4.2M slot)
  • agent: Tidal Sports
  • ML service: 7.151

Hyun-Jin Ryu lhp
4 years/$80M (2020-23)

  • 4 years/$80M (2020-23)
    • signed by Toronto as a free agent 12/27/19
    • 20-23: $20M annually
    • limited no-trade protection: may block deals to 8 clubs annually
  • 1 year/$17.9M (2010)
    • re-signed by LA Dodgers 11/14/18 (accepted qualifying offer)
  • 6 years/$36M (2013-18)
    • signed by LA Dodgers 12/9/12
    • $5M signing bonus
    • 13:$2.5M, 14:$3.5M, 15:$4M, 16:$7M, 17:$7M, 18:$7M
    • with 750 IP in 2013-17, Ryu may opt out after 2017 season
    • performance bonuses: $250,000 each 170, 180, 190, 200 innings
    • base salaries may increase based on finish in Cy Young vote
    • may not be sent to minors without his consent
    • LA Dodgers made $17.9M qualifying offer 11/2/18
  • LA Dodgers paid $25.7M posting fee for right to negotiate with Ryu 11/10/12
  • 2006-12: Hanwha Eagles of South Korea
  • agent: Boras Corp.
  • ML service: 9.000

Yusei Kikuchi lhp
3 years/$36M (2022-24)

  • 3 years/$36M (2022-24)
    • signed by Toronto as a free agent 3/12/22
    • 22:$16M, 23:$10M, 24:$10M
  • 4 years/$56M (2019-22), with options
    • posted by Seibu Lions of Japan 12/3/18
    • signed by Seattle as a free agent 1/2/19
    • $6M signing bonus
    • 19:$8M, 20:$14M, 21:$15M, 22:$13M player option (if club declines to exercise four 1-year options, Kikuchi has until the fifth day after end of 2021 World Series to exercise his player option)
    • until third day after end of 2021 World Series, Mariners may exercise four 1-year options at $16.5M annually through 2025, bringing the total value of the contract to 7 years/$109M (2019-25)
    • Mariners pay Seibu a posting fee of $10.275M (20% of first $25M, 17.5% of next $25M, 15% of amount above $50M)
    • if Mariners exercise four options, they will owe Seibu an additional $7.95M (15% of additional $53M in guaranteed money)
    • Kikuchi declined 2022 player option 11/3/21
  • 2010-18: Seibu Lions of Japan
  • agent: Boras Corp.
  • ML service: 3.000

Matt Chapman 3b
2 years/$25M (2022-23)

  • 2 years/$25M (2022-23)
    • acquired by Toronto in trade from Oakland 3/15/22
    • signed extension with Toronto 3/22/22 (avoided arbitration)
    • $1M signing bonus
    • 22:$12M, 23:$12M
  • 1 year/$6.925M (2021)
    • re-signed by Oakland 1/15/21 (avoided arbitration)
    • award bonuses, including $50,000 for Gold Glove (met)
  • 1 year/$623,500 (2020)
    • re-signed by Oakland 3/20
  • 1 year/$580,000 (2019)
    • re-signed by Oakland 3/19
  • 1 year/$547,500 (2018)
    • re-signed by Oakland 3/18
  • 1 year (2017)
    • contract selected by Oakland 6/15/17
  • drafted by Oakland 2014 (1-25) (Cal State-Fullerton)
  • $1.75M signing bonus ($1.898M slot)
  • agent: Boras Corp.
  • ML service: 4.109

José Berríos rhp
7 years/$131M (2022-28)

  • 7 years/$131M (2022-28)
    • signed extension with Toronto 11/18/21 (avoided arbitration)
    • $5M signing bonus (paid $2.5M each 1/31/22 and 4/30/22)
    • 22:$10M, 23:$15M, 24:$17M, 25:$18M, 26:$18M, 27:$24M, 28:$24M
    • Berrios may opt out of contract after 2026 season
    • 2027-28 salaries may increase up to $5M each season:
      • $1M each for 300, 350 combined innings pitched in 2025-26
      • $500,000 each for 375, 400 combined IP in 2025-26
      • $2M each for Cy Young award in 2025 or 2026
      • $1.5M each for second-fifth place in 2025 or ’26 Cy Young vote
      • $750,000 each for sixth-10th place in 2025 or ’26 Cy Young vote
    • limited no-trade protection
  • 1 year/$6.1M (2021)
    • re-signed by Minnesota 12/2/20 (avoided arbitration)
    • $500,000 signing bonus, 21:$5.6M
    • acquired by Toronto in trade from Minnesota 7/30/21 with $2,131,720 remaining on contract
  • 1 year/$4.025M (2020)
    • lost arbitration with Minnesota 2/6/20 ($4.4M-$4.025M)
  • 1 year/$620,000 (2019)
    • re-signed by Minnesota 3/19
  • 1 year/$570,000 (2018)
    • re-signed by Minnesota 3/18
  • 1 year (2017)
    • re-signed by Minnesota 3/17
  • 1 year (2016)
    • contract selected by Minnesota 4/26/16
  • drafted by Minnesota 2012 (1s-32) (Papa Juan XXIII HS, Bayamon, P.R.)
  • $1.55M signing bonus (slot amount)
  • agent: Wasserman
  • ML service: 5.044

Teoscar Hernández of
1 year/$10.65M (2022)

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  • 1 year/$10.65M (2022)
    • re-signed by Toronto 3/22/22 (avoided arbitration)
  • 1 year/$4.325M (2021)
    • re-signed by Toronto 1/15/21 (avoided arbitration)
  • 1 year/$602,200 (2020)
    • re-signed by Toronto 3/20
  • 1 year/$578,600 (2019)
    • re-signed by Toronto 3/19
  • 1 year (2018)
    • re-signed by Toronto 3/18
  • 1 year (2017)
    • re-signed by Houston 3/17
    • acquired by Toronto in trade from Houston 7/31/17
  • 1 year (2016)
    • contract selected by Houston 8/12/16
  • signed by Houston 2/17/11 as an amateur free agent from the Dominican Republic
  • $20,000 signing bonus
  • agent: Republik Sports
  • ML service: 4.097

Jackie Bradley cf
2 years/$24M (2021-22), plus 2023 option

  • 2 years/$24 (2021-22), plus 2023 mutual option
    • signed by Milwaukee as a free agent 3/5/21
    • 21:$6.5M, 22:$9.5M player option ($6.5M buyout), 23:$12M mutual option ($8M buyout)
    • $3.5M of 2021 salary is deferred, payable $333,333 on Jan. 14, 2022 and $3M on Jan. 13, 2023, and $166,667 on Jan. 12, 2023
    • $6.5M of player option would be deferred, payable $333,333 on Jan. 13, 2022, and $6.167M on Jan. 12, 2024
    • $6.5M buyout for 2022 would be payable $3M on Jan. 14, 2022, and $333,333 on Jan. 13, 2023, and $3.167M on Jan. 12, 2024
    • $8M buyout for 2023 would be payable $1M on Jan. 12, 2024, and $7M on Jan. 15, 2025
    • Bradley exercised 2022 player option 11/3/21
    • acquired by Boston in trade from Milwaukee 12/1/21
    • released by Boston 8/4/22
    • signed by Toronto as a free agent 8/9/22 (1 year Major League deal)
  • 1 year/$11M (2020)
    • re-signed by Boston 1/10/20 (avoided arbitration)
  • 1 year/$8.55M (2019)
    • re-signed by Boston 1/11/19 (avoided arbitration)
  • 1 year/$6.1M (2018)
    • re-signed by Boston 1/12/18 (avoided arbitration)
  • 1 year/$3.6M (2017)
    • re-signed by Boston 1/13/17 (avoided arbitration)
  • 1 year/$546,500 (2016)
    • re-signed by Boston 3/2/16
  • 1 year/$528,000 (2015)
    • re-signed by Boston 3/8/15
  • 1 year/$502,000 (2014)
    • re-signed by Boston 3/7/14
  • 1 year/$490,000 (2013)
    • contract purchased by Boston 3/31/13
  • drafted by Boston 2011 (1s-40) (South Carolina)
  • $1.1M signing bonus
  • agent: Boras Corp.
  • ML service: 7.150

Vladimir Guerrero Jr. 3b
1 year/$7.9M (2022)

  • 1 year/$7.9M (2022)
    • re-signed by Toronto 3/22/22 (avoided arbitration)
  • 1 year/$605,400 (2021)
    • re-signed by Toronto 3/21
  • 1 year/$579,300 (2020)
    • re-signed by Toronto 3/20
  • 1 year (2019)
    • contract selected by Toronto 4/26/19
  • signed by Toronto 7/2/15 as an amateur free agent from the Dominican Republic
  • $3.9M signing bonus
  • agent: Magnus Sports
  • ML service: 2.157

Whit Merrifield rf-2b
4 years/$16.25M (2019-22), plus 2023-24 options

  • 4 years/$16.25M (2019-22), plus 2023 option
    • signed extension with Kansas City 1/28/19
    • 19:$1M, 20:$5M, 21:$6.75M, 22:$2.75M, 23:$6.5M option ($750,000 buyout)
    • 2021-23 salaries may increase $1M each under a point system based on awards and plate appearances in 2019-20, with $200,000 for 0.5 points and $100,000 each for 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8 points
      • 0.5 points for 1,200 PAs
      • 1 point each for 1,400 PAs or Gold Glove
      • 2 points each for All Star, Silver Slugger or 11-15th in MVP vote
      • 3 points each for finishing sixth-10th in MVP vote
      • 4 points for finishing second-fifth in MVP vote
      • 5 points for winning MVP
    • 2023 option increases by $4M to $10.5M if Merrifield does not spend more than 109 days on the injured list in 2019-22
    • performance bonuses: may earn additional $1.6M in 2019-22 and an additional $400,000 in 2023
    • under contract’s original salary escalators, Merrifield’s performance increased 2022 salary to $3.25M and price of 2023 buyout to $7M
    • contract restructured 4/6/22, with Kansas City agreeing to:
      • increase 2022 salary to $7M
      • guarantee 2023 option at $2.75M
      • increase 2023 salary by up to $4M if Merrifield spends 109 days or less on the injured list in 2022)
      • add 2024 mutual option at price of $18M ($500,000 buyout)
    • acquired by Toronto in trade from Kansas City 8/2/22 with $5,711,539 remaining on contract ($2,461,539 in 2022 salary, $2.75M for 2023 and $500,000 buyout)
  • 1 year/$569,500 (2018)
    • re-signed by Kansas City 2/18
  • 1 year/$543,750 (2017)
    • re-signed by Kansas City 2/17
  • 1 year (2016)
    • contract selected by Kansas City 5/18/16
  • drafted by Kansas City 2010 (9-269) (South Carolina)
  • $100,000 signing bonus
  • agent: Warner Sports Management
  • ML service: 5.101s

Lourdes Gurriel inf
7 years/$22M (2017-23)

  • 7 years/$22M (2017-23)
    • signed by Toronto as a free agent from Cuba 11/13/16
    • $3M signing bonus
    • 17:$600,000, 18:$1M, 19:$1.5M, 20:$2.5M, 21:$3.5M, 22:$4.5M, 23:$5.4M
    • Gurriel will become a XX(B) free agent upon expiration of contract after 2023 season
    • award bonuses, including $100,000 for Rookie of the Year
  • agent: Magnus Sports
  • ML service: 3.094

Yimi García rhp
2 years/$11M (2022-23), plus 2024 option

  • 2 years/$11M (2022-23), plus 2024 club option
    • signed by Toronto as a free agent 11/28/21
    • $1M signing bonus
    • 22:$4M, 23:$5M, 24:$5M club option ($1M buyout)
    • 2024 option is guaranteed at $6M with:
      • 60 innings or 60 games pitched in 2023, or
      • 110 innings or 110 games pitched in 2022-23 combined
    • may earn additional $1M annually in performance bonuses
  • 1 year/$1.9M (2021)
    • re-signed by Miami 1/15/21 (avoided arbitration)
    • acquired by Houston in trade from Miami 7/28/21 with $684,409 remaining on contract
  • 1 year/$1.1M (2020)
    • signed by Miami as a free agent 12/20/19
    • performance bonus: $50,000 each for 40, 50, 60, 70 games pitched
  • 1 year/$710,000 (2019)
    • re-signed by LA Dodgers 1/11/19 (avoided arbitration)
    • non-tendered by LA Dodgers 12/2/19
  • 1 year/$630,000 (2018)
    • re-signed by LA Dodgers 12/1/17 (avoided arbitration)
  • 1 year/$555,000 (2017)
    • re-signed by LA Dodgers 3/17
  • 1 year/$517,500 (2016)
    • re-signed by LA Dodgers 3/16
  • 1 year/$510,000 (2015)
    • re-signed by LA Dodgers 3/15
  • 1 year (2014)
    • contract selected by LA Dodgers 11/20/13
    • re-signed by LA Dodgers 3/2/14
  • signed by LA Dodgers 1/29/09 as an amateur free agent from the Dominican Republic
  • agent: Ballplayers Agency
  • ML service: 6.149

Raimel Tapia of
1 year/$3.95M (2022)

  • 1 year/$3.95M (2022)
    • re-signed by Colorado 3/22/22 (avoided arbitration)
    • acquired by Toronto in trade from Colorado 3/24/22
  • 1 year/$1.95M (2021)
    • re-signed by Colorado 1/15/21 (avoided arbitration)
  • 1 year/$573,500 (2020)
    • re-signed by Colorado 3/20
  • 1 year/$560,000 (2019)
    • re-signed by Colorado 3/19
  • 1 year (2018)
    • re-signed by Colorado 3/18
  • 1 year (2017)
    • re-signed by Colorado 3/17
  • 1 year (2016)
    • contract selected by Colorado 11/20/15
    • signed by Colorado 3/16
  • signed by Colorado 11/10 as a free agent from the Dominican Republic
  • $175,000 signing bonus
  • agent: MVP Sports
  • ML service: 4.020

Ross Stripling rhp
1 year/$3.79M (2022)

  • 1 year/$3.79M (2022)
    • re-signed by Toronto 3/21/22 (avoided arbitration)
  • 1 year/$3M (2021)
    • re-signed by Toronto 1/15/21 (avoided arbitration)
  • 1 year/$2.1M (2020)
    • re-signed by LA Dodgers 1/10/20 (avoided arbitration)
    • acquired by Toronto in trade from LA Dodgers 8/31/20
  • 1 year/$595,000 (2019)
    • re-signed by LA Dodgers 3/19
  • 1 year/$555,000 (2018)
    • re-signed by LA Dodgers 3/18
  • 1 year/$540,000 (2017)
    • re-signed by LA Dodgers 3/17
  • 1 year (2016)
    • contract selected by LA Dodgers 11/20/15
    • re-signed by LA Dodgers 3/16
  • drafted by LA Dodgers 2012 (5-176) (Texas A&M)
  • $130,000 signing bonus
  • agent: Beverly Hills Sports Council
  • ML service: 5.115

Anthony Bass rhp
2 years/$5M (2021-22), plus 2023 option

  • 2 years/$5M (2021-22), plus 2023 club option
    • signed by Miami as a free agent 1/22/21
    • 21:$1M, 22:$3M\, 23:$3M club option ($1M buyout)
    • 2022-23 salaries increase based on games finished in previous year:
      • $125,000 each for 30, 35, 40, 45 GF
      • $250,000 each for 50 GF
    • acquired by Toronto in trade from Miami with $2,054,045 remaining on contract ($1,054,045 in 2022, $1M buyout)
  • 1 year/$1.5M (2020)
    • re-signed by Toronto 12/2/19 (avoided arbitration)
  • 1 year (2019)
    • signed by Cincinnati as a free agent 12/31/18 (minor-league contract)
    • released by Cincinnati 5/20/19 (exercised opt-out)
    • signed by Seattle as a free agent 5/21/19 (split contract paying $950,000 in majors, $175,000 in minors)
    • claimed by Toronto off waivers from Seattle 10/29/19
  • 1 year (2018)
    • signed by Chicago Cubs as a free agent 12/22/17 (minor-league contract)
    • contract selected by Chicago Cubs 6/11/18
  • 1 year (2017)
    • signed by Texas as a free agent 2/10/17 (minor-league contract)
    • contract selected by Texas 4/20/17
    • DFA by Texas 8/31/17, sent outright to Triple-A 9/3/17
  • 1 year (2016)
    • released by Seattle 1/7/16
    • signed by Nippon Ham Fighters of Japan
  • 1 year/$725,000 (2015)
    • signed by Texas as a free agent 12/14 (minor-league contract)
    • contract selected by Texas 4/5/15
    • acquired by Seattle in trade from Texas 11/16/15
  • 1 year/$505,200 (2014)
    • re-signed by Houston 3/6/14
    • sent outright to Triple-A by Houston 11/20/14 (refused assignment)
  • 1 year/$503,600 (2013)
    • re-signed by San Diego 3/9/13
    • acquired by Houston in trade from San Diego 12/11/13
  • 1 year/$485,300 (2012)
    • re-signed by San Diego 3/8/12
  • 1 year (2011)
    • contract selected by San Diego 6/13/11
  • drafted by San Diego 2008 (5-165) (Wayne State)
  • $166,000 signing bonus
  • agent: Beverly Hills Sports
  • ML service: 7.010

Cavan Biggio 2b
1 year/$2.123M (2022)

  • 1 year/$2.123M (2022)
    • re-signed by Toronto 3/22/22 (avoided arbitration)
  • 1 year/$604,000 (2021)
    • re-signed by Toronto 3/21
  • 1 year/$576,600 (2020)
    • re-signed by Toronto 3/20
  • 1 year (2019)
    • contract selected by Toronto 5/24/19
  • drafted by Toronto 2016 (5-162) (Notre Dame)
  • $300,000 signing bonus ($328,100 slot)
  • ML service: 2.129

Dan Jansen c
1 year/$1.95M (2022)

  • 1 year/$1.95M (2022)
    • re-signed by Toronto 3/22/22 (avoided arbitration)
  • 1 year/$601,800 (2021)
    • re-signed by Toronto 3/21
  • 1 year/$580,900 (2020)
    • re-signed by Toronto 3/20
  • 1 year/$558,700 (2019)
    • re-signed by Toronto 3/19
  • 1 year (2018)
    • contract selected by Toronto 11/20/17
    • re-signed by Toronto 3/18
  • drafted by Toronto 2013 (16-475) (Appleton West HS, Wisc.)
  • $100,000 signing bonus
  • agent: ISE
  • ML service: 3.050

David Phelps rhp
1 year/$1.75M (2022)

  • 1 year/$1.75M (2022)
    • re-signed by Toronto as a free agent 11/29/21 (minor-league contract with salary of $1.75M in majors)
    • performance bonuses: $250,000 each for 35, 40, 45, 50, 55, 60, 65 games pitched
    • contract selected by Toronto 4/1/22
  • 1 year/$1.75M (2021)
    • signed by Toronto as a free agent 2/11/21
    • may earn additional $750,000 in performance bonuses
  • 1 year/$1.5M (2020), plus 2021 club option
    • signed by Milwaukee as a free agent 1/29/20
    • 20:$1.25M, 21:$4.5M club option ($250,000 buyout)
    • annual performance bonuses:$175,000 for 35 games pitched. $200,000 for 40 games. $225,000 for 45 games. $250,000 for 50 games. $300,000 for 55 games. $350,000 for 60 games. $400,000 for 65 games.
    • acquired by Philadelphia in trade from Milwaukee 8/31/20
    • Philadelphia declined 2021 option 10/30/20
  • 1 year/$2.5M (2019), plus 2020 club option
    • signed by Toronto as a free agent 1/11/19
    • 19:$2.5M, 20:$1M club option
    • 2020 option increases to $3M if Phelps pitches in 30-39 games in 2019, $5M with 40-49 games, $7M with 50 or more games, or $8M with 50 games or more and 40 or more games finished
    • performance bonuses:
      • based on games: $250,000 each for 25, 30, 35 games. $350,000 each for 40, 45, 50, 55, 70 games.
      • based on games finished: $125,000 each for 25, 30 GF. $250,000 each for 35, 40 GF
      • 2020 bonuses may increase with increase in 2020 base salary
    • acquired by Chicago Cubs in trade from Toronto 7/30/19 with $819,892 remaining on contract (Cubs responsible for remaining $819,892, plus up to $430,108 of any earned performance bonuses)
    • Chicago Cubs declined 2020 option 11/4/19
  • 1 year/$5.55M (2018)
    • re-signed by Seattle 1/12/18 (avoided arbitration)
  • 1 year/$4.6M (2017)
    • won arbitration with Miami 2/8/17 ($4.6M-$4.325M)
    • acquired by Seattle in trade from Miami 7/20/17
  • 1 year/$2.5M (2016)
    • re-signed by Miami 1/15/16 (avoided arbitration)
  • 1 year/$1.4M (2015)
    • lost in arbitration with Miami 2/13/15 ($1.875M-$1.4M)
  • 1 year/$541,425 (2014)
    • re-signed by NY Yankees 3/14
    • acquired by Miami in trade from NY Yankees 12/19/14
  • 1 year/$512,425 (2013)
    • re-signed by NY Yankees 3/13
  • 1 year/$480,000 (2012)
    • contract purchased by NY Yankees 11/18/11
    • re-signed by NY Yankees 3/7/12
  • drafted by NY Yankees 2008 (14-440) (Notre Dame)
  • $150,000 signing bonus
  • agent: Jet Sports
  • ML service: 9.156

Adam Cimber rhp
1 year/$1.575M (2022)

  • 1 year/$1.575M (2022)
    • re-signed by Toronto 3/22/22 (avoided arbitration)
  • 1 year/$925,000 (2021)
    • acquired by Miami in trade 11/30/20 after being DFA by Cleveland 11/25/20
    • re-signed by Miami 1/15/21 (avoided arbitration)
    • acquired by Toronto in trade from Miami 6/29/21 with $482,393 remaining on contract
  • 1 year/$581,500 (2020)
    • re-signed by Cleveland 3/20
  • 1 year/$563,800 (2019)
    • re-signed by Cleveland 3/19
  • 1 year/$545,000 (2018)
    • contract selected by San Diego 3/29/18
    • acquired by Cleveland in trade from San Diego 7/19/18
  • drafted by San Diego 2013 (9-268) (San Francisco)
  • ML service: 3.156

Tim Mayza lhp
1 year/$1M (2022)

  • 1 year/$1M (2022)
    • re-signed by Toronto 3/22/22 (avoided arbitration)
  • 1 year/$600,000 (2021)
    • contract selected by Toronto 3/29/21
  • 1 year (2020)
    • re-signed by Toronto (minor-league contract)
  • 1 year/$568,300 (2019)
    • re-signed by Toronto 3/19
    • sent outright to Triple-A by Toronto 11/20/19
  • 1 year (2018)
    • re-signed by Toronto 3/18
  • 1 year (2017)
    • contract selected by Toronto 8/14/17
  • drafted by Toronto 2013 (12-355) (Millersville, Pa.)
  • $100,000 signing bonus
  • ML service: 2.156

Trevor Richards rhp
1 year/$1M (2022)

(Video) Vladimir Guerrero Jr. open to signing long term deal with the Blue Jays

  • 1 year/$1M (2022)
    • re-signed by Toronto 3/22/22 (avoided arbitration)
  • 1 year/$580,900 (2021)
    • re-signed by Tampa Bay 3/21
    • acquired by Milwaukee in trade from Tampa Bay 5/21/21
    • acquired by Toronto in trade from Milwaukee 7/6/21
  • 1 year/$578,400 (2020)
    • re-signed by Tampa Bay 3/20
  • 1 year/$570,000 (2019)
    • re-signed by Miami 3/19
    • acquired by Tampa Bay in trade from Miami 7/31/19
  • 1 year (2018)
    • contract selected by Miami 4/2/18
  • signed by Miami 2016 as an amateur free agent from Gateway of independent Frontier League (Drury University)
  • agent: Apex
  • ML service: 3.084

Trent Thornton rhp
1 year/$850,000 (2022)

  • 1 year/$850,000 (2022)
    • re-signed by Toronto 3/22
  • 1 year/$592,900 (2021)
    • re-signed by Toronto 3/21
  • 1 year/$581,900 (2020)
    • re-signed by Toronto 3/20
  • 1 year/$555,000 (2019)
    • contract selected by Toronto 11/20/18
    • re-signed by Toronto 3/19
  • acquired by Toronto in trade from Houston 11/17/18
  • drafted by Houston 2015 (5-139) (North Carolina)
  • $325,000 signing bonus ($391,500 slot)
  • ML service: 2.130

Jordan Romano rhp
1 year/$728,400 (2022)

  • 1 year/$728,400 (2022)
    • re-signed by Toronto 3/22
  • 1 year/$584,000 (2021)
    • re-signed by Toronto 3/21
  • 1 year/$567,800 (2020)
    • re-signed by Toronto 3/20
  • 1 year (2019)
    • selected by Chicago White Sox from Toronto in Rule 5 draft 12/13/18
    • acquired by Texas in trade from Chicago White Sox 12/13/18
    • re-signed by Texas 3/19
    • returned by Texas to Toronto 3/24/19
    • contract selected by Toronto 6/12/19
  • drafted by Toronto 2014 (10-294) (Oral Roberts)
  • $25,000 signing bonus ($139,400 slot)
  • agent: Ballplayers Agency
  • ML service: 2.051

Bo Bichette ss
1 year/$723,550 (2022)

  • 1 year/$723,550 (2022)
    • renewed by Toronto 3/22
  • 1 year/$587,800 (2021)
    • re-signed by Toronto 3/21
  • 1 year/$570,000 (2020)
    • re-signed by Toronto 3/20
    • award bonuses, including $10,000 for All-Star (met)
  • 1 year (2019)
    • contract selected by Toronto 7/29/19
  • drafted by Toronto 2016 (2-66) (Lakewood HS, St. Petersburg)
  • $1.1M signing bonus ($978,600 slot)
  • agent: CAA
  • ML service: 2.063

Santiago Espinal 2b
1 year/$718,000 (2022)

  • 1 year/$718,000 (2022)
    • re-signed by Toronto 3/22
  • 1 year (2021)
    • re-signed by Toronto 3/21
  • 1 year/$563,500 (2020)
    • contract selected by Toronto 11/20/19
    • re-signed by Toronto 3/20
  • acquired by Toronto in trade from Boston 7/28/18
  • drafted by Boston 2016 (10-298) (Miami-Dade JC)
  • $50,000 signing bonus ($157,200 slot)
  • ML service: 1.149

Zack Collins c
1 year/$714,000 (2022)

  • 1 year/$714,000 (2022)
    • re-signed by Chicago White Sox 3/22
    • acquired by Oakland in trade from Chicago White Sox 4/4/22
  • 1 year/$575,000 (2021)
    • re-signed by Chicago White Sox 3/21
  • 1 year/$565,000 (2020)
    • re-signed by Chicago White Sox 3/20
  • 1 year (2019)
    • contract selected by Chicago White Sox 6/18/19
  • drafted by Chicago White Sox 2016 (1-10) (Miami)
  • $3.3806M signing bonus (slot amount)
  • ML service: 1.149

Julian Merryweather rhp
1 year/$711,200 (2022)

  • 1 year/$711,200 (2022)
    • re-signed by Toronto 3/22
  • 1 year/$578,400 (2021)
    • re-signed by Toronto 3/21
  • 1 year/$563,500 (2020)
    • re-signed by Toronto 3/20
  • 1 year (2019)
    • re-signed by Toronto 3/19
  • 1 year (2018)
    • contract selected by Cleveland 11/20/17
    • re-signed by Cleveland 3/18
    • acquired by Toronto in trade from Cleveland 10/5/18
  • drafted by Cleveland 2014 (5-158) (Oklahoma Baptist)
  • $20,000 signing bonus ($299,600 slot)
  • ML service: 1.114

Alejandro Kirk c
1 year/$710,400 (2022)

  • 1 year/$710,400 (2022)
    • re-signed by Toronto 3/22
  • 1 year/$578,500 (2021)
    • re-signed by Toronto 3/21
  • 1 year (2020)
    • contract selected by Toronto 9/11/20
  • signed by Toronto 9/24/16 as a free agent from Mexico
  • ML service: 1.047

Nate Pearson rhp
1 year/$710,300 (2022)

  • 1 year/$710,300 (2022)
    • re-signed by Toronto 3/22
  • 1 year/$577,500 (2021)
    • re-signed by Toronto 3/21
  • 1 year (2020)
    • contract selected by Toronto 7/29/20
  • drafted by Toronto 2017 (1-28) (Central Florida)
  • $2.4529M signing bonus ($2.3029M slot)
  • agent: Excel
  • ML service: 1.061

Mitchell White rhp
1 year/$710,000 (2022)

  • 1 year/$710,000 (2022)
    • re-signed by LA Dodgers 3/22
    • acquired by Toronto in trade from LA Dodgers 8/2/22
  • 1 year (2021)
    • re-signed by LA Dodgers 3/21
  • 1 year (2020)
    • contract selected by LA Dodgers 11/20/19
    • re-signed by LA Dodgers 3/20
  • drafted by LA Dodgers 2016 (2-65) (Santa Clara)
  • $588,300 signing bonus ($993,800 slot)
  • ML service: 0.099

Tayler Saucedo lhp
1 year/$707,500 (2022)

  • 1 year/$707,500 (2022)
    • re-signed by Toronto 3/22
  • 1 year (2021)
    • contract selected by Toronto 6/12/21
  • drafted by Toronto 2015 (21-632) (Tennessee Wesleyan)
  • ML service: 0.095

Alek Manoah rhp
1 year/$706,200 (2022)

  • 1 year/$706,200 (2022)
    • renewed by Toronto 3/22
  • 1 year (2021)
    • contract selected by Toronto 5/27/21
  • drafted by Toronto 2019 (1-11) (West Virginia)
  • $4,547,500 signing bonus (slot amount)
  • ML service: 0.130

Vinny Capra 3b-lf
1 year (2022)

  • 1 year (2022)
    • contract selected by Toronto 4/29/22
  • drafted by Toronto 2018 (20-596) (Richmond)
  • $1,000 signing bonus
  • ML service: 0.000

Hagen Danner c
1 year (2022)

  • 1 year (2022)
    • contract selected by Toronto 11/19/21
    • re-signed by Toronto 3/22
  • drafted by Toronto 2017 (2-61) (Huntington Beach HS, Calif.)
  • $1.5M signing bonus ($1,043,200 slot)
  • ML service: 0.000

Matt Gage lhp
1 year (2022)

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  • 1 year (2022)
    • signed by Toronto as a free agent 11/29/21 (minor-league contract)
    • contract selected by Toronto 6/6/22
  • 1 year (2021)
    • signed by Arizona as a free agent 2/9/21 (minor-league contract)
  • 2020
    • did not pitch
  • 1 year (2019)
    • signed by Colorado as a free agent 2/5/19 (minor-league contract)
    • released by Colorado 3/29/19
  • 1 year (2018)
    • signed by NY Mets as a free agent 8/4/18 (minor-league contract)
  • released by San Francisco 7/12/18
  • drafted by San Francisco 2014 (10-298) (Sienna)
  • $138,200 signing bonus (slot amount)
  • ML service: 0.000

Foster Griffin lhp
1 year (2022)

  • 1 year (2022)
    • contract selected by Kansas City 5/20/22
    • claimed by Toronto off waivers 7/16/22 after being DFA by Kansas City 7/11/22
  • 1 year (2021)
    • re-signed by Kansas City as a free agent 12/11/20 (minor-league contract)
  • 1 year (2020)
    • contract selected by Kansas City 11/20/19
    • re-signed by Kansas City 2/27/20
    • DFA by Kansas City 11/30/20
    • non-tendered by Kansas City 12/2/20
  • drafted by Kansas City 2014 (1-28) (The First Academy HS, Orlando)
  • $1,925,000 signing bonus ($1,815,500 slot)
  • ML service: 1.000

Thomas Hatch rhp
1 year (2022)

  • 1 year (2022)
    • re-signed by Toronto 3/22
  • 1 year/$584,800 (2021)
    • re-signed by Toronto 3/21
  • 1 year/$563,500 (2020)
    • contract selected by Toronto 11/20/19
    • re-signed by Toronto 3/20
  • acquired by Toronto in trade from Chicago Cubs 7/30/19
  • drafted by Chicago Cubs 2016 (3-104) (Oklahoma State)
  • $573,900 signing bonus (slot amount)
  • ML service: 1.123

Leo Jimenez ss
1 year (2022)

  • 1 year (2022)
    • contract selected by Toronto 11/19/21
    • re-signed by Toronto 3/22
  • signed by Toronto 7/2/17 as an amateur free agent from Panama
  • ML service: 0.000

Anthony Kay lhp
1 year (2022)

  • 1 year (2022)
    • re-signed by Toronto 3/22
  • 1 year (2021)
    • re-signed by Toronto 3/21
  • 1 year/$565,600 (2020)
    • re-signed by Toronto 3/20
  • 1 year (2019)
    • contract selected by Toronto 9/7/19
  • acquired by Toronto in trade from NY Mets 7/28/19
  • drafted by NY Mets 2016 (1-31) (Connecticut)
  • $1.1M signing bonus ($1.9721M slot)
  • ML service: 1.091

Casey Lawrence rhp
1 year (2022)

  • 1 year (2022)
    • signed by Toronto as a free agent 11/29/21 (minor-league contract)
    • contract selected by Toronto 5/4/22
  • 1 year (2021)
    • signed by Toronto as a free agent 5/19/21 (minor-league contract)
  • 1 year (2020)
    • signed by Minnesota as a free agent 1/28/20 (minor-league contract)
  • 1 year (2019)
    • signed by Hiroshima Carp of Japan 12/18
  • 1 year/$546,000 (2018)
    • re-signed by Seattle 12/17 (minor-league contract)
  • 1 year (2017)
    • re-signed by Toronto as a free agent 11/11/16 (minor-league contract)
    • contract selected by Toronto 4/8/17
    • claimed by Seattle off waivers 5/11/17 after being DFA by Toronto 5/8/17
    • sent outright to Triple-A by Toronto 10/31/17
  • signed by Toronto 6/15/10 as an amateur free agent (Albright College, Pa.)
  • ML service: 0.171

Otto Lopez 2b
1 year (2022)

  • 1 year (2022)
    • re-signed by Toronto 3/22
  • 1 year (2021)
    • contract selected by Toronto 11/20/20
    • re-signed by Toronto 3/21
  • signed by Toronto 7/4/16 as an amateur free agent from the Dominican Republic
  • $60,000 signing bonus
  • ML service: 0.005

Gabriel Moreno c
1 year (2022)

  • 1 year (2022)
    • re-signed by Toronto 3/22
  • 1 year (2021)
    • contract selected by Toronto 11/20/20
    • re-signed by Toronto 3/21
  • signed by Toronto 8/3/16 as an amateur free agent from Venezuela
  • $25,000 signing bonus
  • ML service: 0.000

Zach Pop rhp
1 year (2022)

  • 1 year (2022)
    • re-signed by Miami 3/22
    • acquired by Toronto in trade from Tampa Bay 8/2/22
  • 1 year/$570,500 (2021)
    • selected by Arizona from Baltimore in Rule 5 draft 12/10/20
    • acquired by Miami in trade from Arizona 12/10/20
    • re-signed by Miami 3/21
  • acquired by Baltimore in trade from LA Dodgers 7/18/18
  • drafted by LA Dodgers 2017 (7-120) (Notre Dame SS, Brampton, Ont.)
  • $147,500 signing bonus ($182,200 slot)
  • ML service: 1.000

Minor-league contracts

Nick Allgeyer lhp
2022

  • 1 year (2021)
    • contract selected by Toronto 5/15/21
    • DFA by Toronto 7/18/21, sent outright to Triple-A 7/27/21
  • drafted by Toronto 2018 (12-356) (Iowa)
  • $125,000 signing bonus
  • ML service: 0.000 (through 2020)

Shaun Anderson rhp
1 year (2022)

  • 1 year (2022)
    • contract selected by Toronto 6/27/22
    • DFA by Toronto 7/6/22, sent outright to Triple-A 7/9/22
  • 1 year (2021)
    • acquired by Minnesota in trade from San Francisco 2/4/21
    • re-signed by Minnesota 3/21
    • claimed by Texas off waivers from Minnesota 6/18/21
    • claimed by Baltimore off waivers from Texas 7/3/21
    • claimed by San Diego off waivers 8/7/21 after being DFA by Baltimore 8/4/21
    • claimed by Toronto off waivers from San Diego 11/19/21
    • sent outright to Triple-A by Toronto 11/30/21
  • 1 year/$569,750 (2020)
    • re-signed by San Francisco 3/20
  • 1 year (2019)
    • contract selected by San Francisco 5/15/19
  • acquired by San Francisco in trade from Boston 7/26/17
  • drafted by Boston 2016 (3-88) (Florida)
  • $700,000 signing bonus ($697,300 slot)
  • agent: Jet Sports
  • ML service: 1.169

Joe Biagini rhp
1 year (2022)

  • 1 year (2022)
    • signed by Toronto as a free agent 3/10/22 (minor-league contract)
  • 1 year (2021)
    • signed by Chicago Cubs as a free agent 2/4/21 (minor-league contract)
    • contract selected by Chicago Cubs 10/2/21
    • returned to Triple-A by Chicago Cubs 10/18/21
    • sent outright to Triple-A by Chicago Cubs 10/19/21
  • 1 year/$1M (2020)
    • re-signed by Houston 12/2/19 (avoided arbitration)
    • DFA by Houston 9/29/20, sent outright to Alternate Training Site 10/7/20
  • 1 year/$900,000 (2019)
    • re-signed by Toronto 1/11/19 (avoided arbitration)
    • acquired by Houston in trade from Toronto 7/31/19 with $290,323 remaining on contract
  • 1 year (2018)
    • re-signed by Toronto 3/18
  • 1 year/$543,000 (2017)
    • re-signed by Toronto 3/17
  • 1 year/$507,500 (2016)
    • selected by Toronto from San Francisco in Rule 5 draft 12/10/15
    • signed by Toronto 3/16
  • drafted by San Francisco 2011 (26-807) (UC Davis)
  • $175,000 signing bonus
  • ML service: 4.083

Jose De Leon rhp
1 year (2022)

  • 1 year (2022)
    • signed by Toronto as a free agent 11/29/21 (minor-league contract)
  • 1 year/$573,500 (2021)
    • re-signed by Cincinnati 3/21
    • DFA by Cincinnati 7/19/21, released 7/23/21
    • signed by Boston as a free agent 8/7/21 (minor-league contract)
  • 1 year (2020)
    • re-signed by Cincinnati 3/20
  • 1 year/$558,000 (2019)
    • re-signed by Tampa Bay 3/19
    • acquired by Cincinnati in trade from Tampa Bay 11/20/19
  • 1 year/$545,600 (2018)
    • re-signed by Tampa Bay 3/18
  • 1 year (2017)
    • acquired by Tampa Bay in trade from LA Dodgers 1/2/17
    • re-signed by Tampa Bay 3/17
  • 1 year (2016)
    • contract selected by LA Dodgers 9/4/16
  • drafted by LA Dodgers 2013 (24-724) (Southern University)
  • $914,600 signing bonus
  • agent: Boras Corp.
  • ML service: 2.095

Bowden Francis rhp
1 year (2022)

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  • 1 year (2022)
    • contract selected by Toronto 11/19/21
    • re-signed by Toronto 3/22
    • sent outright to Triple-A by Toronto 6/18/22
  • acquired by Toronto in trade from Milwaukee 7/6/21
  • drafted by Milwaukee 2017 (7-204) (Chipola JC, Florida)
  • $235,000 signing bonus ($206,800 slot)
  • ML service: 0.000

Josh Fuentes 3b
1 year (2022)

  • 1 year (2022)
    • signed by Toronto as a free agent 3/26/22 (minor-league contract)
  • 1 year/$575,500 (2021)
    • re-signed by Colorado 3/21
    • sent outright to Triple-A by Colorado 10/21/21
  • 1 year/$565,500 (2020)
    • re-signed by Colorado 3/20
  • 1 year (2019)
    • contract selected by Colorado 11/20/18
    • re-signed by Colorado 3/19
  • signed by Colorado 6/11/14 as an amateur free agent (Missouri Baptist)
  • ML service: 1.015 (through 2020)

Derek Holland lhp
1 year (2022)

  • 1 year (2022)
    • re-signed by Boston as a free agent 3/18/22 (minor-league contract)
    • released by Boston 5/1/22 (Holland exercised right to opt out)
    • signed by Toronto as a free agent 5/4/22 (minor-league contract)
  • 1 year/$2M (2021)
    • signed by Minnesota as a free agent 12/29/20
  • 1 year (2021)
    • signed by Detroit as a free agent 1/26/21 (minor-league contract)
    • salary of $925,000 in majors
    • may earn additional $150,000 in performance bonuses
    • contract selected by Detroit 3/29/21
  • 1 year/$1.25M (2020)
    • signed by Pittsburgh as a free agent 1/31/20 (minor-league contract with salary of $1.25M in majors)
    • contract selected by Pittsburgh 7/23/20
  • 1 year/$7M (2019), plus 2020 club option
    • re-signed by San Francisco as a free agent 1/14/19
    • 19:$6.5M, 20:$7M club option ($0.5M buyout)
    • 2020 option may increase based on games started in 2019: by $500,000 each for 24, 28 GS. by $1M for 32 GS.
    • acquired by Chicago Cubs in trade 7/26/19 after being DFA by San Francisco 7/21/19 (As part of the trade, Giants pay Cubs $1,846,505 of $2,271,505 remaining on Holland’s 2019 salary. Cubs responsible for $425,000 of 2019 salary. Giants to pay $500,000 buyout for 2020 if Cubs decline option. For Competitive Balance Tax purposes, Holland has $2,446,237 remaining on his contract. With Giants paying $1,846,505 and $500,000 buyout, Cubs are responsible for $99,732.)
    • Chicago Cubs declined 2020 option 11/1/19
  • 1 year/$1.75M (2018)
    • signed by San Francisco as a free agent 2/9/18 (minor-league contract with salary of $1.75M in majors)
    • contract selected by San Francisco 3/26/18
  • 1 year/$6M (2017)
    • signed by Chicago White Sox as a free agent 12/14/16
    • performance bonuses: $1M each for 150, 200 innings
    • released by Chicago White Sox 9/5/17
  • 5 years/$28.5M (2012-16), plus 2017-18 club options
    • signed extension with Texas 3/20/12, replacing 1 year/$0.5047M deal signed 2/27/12
    • 12:$1M, 13:$3.2M, 14:$5.4M, 15:$7.4M, 16:$10M, 17:$11M club option ($1.5M buyout), 18:$11.5M club option ($1M buyout)
    • price of options may increase based on performance
    • Texas declined 2017 option 11/16
  • 1 year/$431,810M (2011)
    • re-signed by Texas 2/17/11
  • 1 year/$414,430 (2010)
    • re-signed by Texas 2/24/10
  • 1 year (2009)
    • contract purchased by Texas 4/18/09
  • drafted 2006 (25-748) (Wallace State CC, Ala.) (draft & follow)
  • $200,000 signing bonus
  • agent: Martini Sports Management
  • ML service: 12.105

Hayden Juenger rhp
2022

  • drafted by Toronto 2021 (6-182) (Missouri State)
  • $197,500 signing bonus ($268,200 slot)
  • ML service:

Brady Lail rhp
1 year (2022)

  • 1 year (2022)
    • signed by Toronto as a free agent 5/8/22 (minor-league contract)
  • 1 year (2021)
    • re-signed by Seattle as a free agent 11/5/20 (minor-league contract)
    • contract selected by Seattle 5/17/21
    • claimed by Philadelphia off waivers 5/23/21 after being DFA by Seattle 5/20/21
    • sent outright to Triple-A 6/10/21
    • elected free agency 10/15/21
  • 1 year (2020)
    • signed by Chicago White Sox as a free agent 11/27/19 (minor-league contract)
    • contract selected by Chicago White Sox 8/4/20
    • claimed by Seattle off waivers 8/10/20 after being DFA by Chicago White Sox 8/8/20
    • sent outright to Triple-A by Seattle 10/19/20
  • 1 year (2019)
    • contract selected by NY Yankees 8/11/19
    • DFA by NY Yankees 8/14/19, sent outright to Triple-A 8/16/19
  • drafted by NY Yankees 2012 (18-577) (Brigham HS, South Jordan, Utah)
  • $225,000 signing bonus
  • ML service: 1.007

Orelvis Martinez ss
2022

  • signed by Toronto 7/2/18 as an amateur free agent from the Dominican Republic
  • $3.51M signing bonus
  • ML service:

Luis Meza c
2022

  • signed by Toronto 1/15/22 as an amateur free agent from Venezuela
  • $2.25M signing bonus
  • ML service:

Vinny Nittoli rhp
1 year (2022)

  • 1 year (2022)
    • signed by NY Yankees as a free agent 12/21 (minor-league contract)
    • released by NY Yankees 7/19/22
    • signed by Toronto as a free agent 7/26/22 (minor-league contract)
  • 1 year/$507,500 (2016)
    • re-signed by Cincinnati 3/16
  • 1 year (2021)
    • signed by Seattle as a free agent 11/6/20 (minor-league contract)
    • contract selected by Seattle 6/18/21
    • DFA by Seattle 7/27/21, sent outright to Triple-A 7/30/21
  • 1 year (2019)
    • signed by Arizona as a free agent 12/13/18 (minor-league contract)
    • released by Arizona 5/11/19
    • signed by Toronto as a free agent 5/18/19 (minor-league contract)
  • signed by St. Paul of independent American Association 5/19/17
  • released by Seattle 4/14/17
  • drafted by Seattle 2014 (25-741) (Xavier)
  • ML service: 0.006

Matt Peacock rhp
1 year (2022)

  • 1 year (2022)
    • re-signed by Arizona 3/22
    • acquired by Kansas City in trade 4/24/22 after being DFA by Arizona 4/21/22
    • claimed by Toronto off waivers 7/6/22 after being DFA by Kansas City 7/1/22
    • DFA by Toronto 8/9/22, sent outright to Triple-A 8/12/22
  • 1 year (2021)
    • contract selected by Arizona 11/20/20
    • re-signed by Arizona 3/21
  • drafted by 2017 (23-682) (South Alabama)
  • ML service: 0.141

Sem Robberse rhp
2022

  • signed by Toronto 7/24/19 as an amateur free agents from the Netherlands
  • $125,000 signing bonus
  • ML service:

Mallex Smith of
1 year (2022)

  • 1 year (2022)
    • re-signed by Toronto as a free agent 11/29/21 (minor-league contract)
  • 1 year (2021)
    • signed by NY Mets as a free agent 11/20 (minor-league contract)
    • released by NY Mets 5/28/21
    • Cincinnati as a free agent 6/22/21 (minor-league contract)
    • acquired by Toronto in trade from Cincinnati 8/14/21
  • 1 year/$2.35M (2020)
    • re-signed by Seattle 1/10/20 (avoided arbitration)
    • sent outright to Triple-A by Seattle 9/11/20 (elected free agency 10/15/20)
  • 1 year/$578,400 (2019)
    • re-signed by Seattle 3/19
  • 1 year/$553,000 (2018)
    • re-signed by Tampa Bay 3/18
    • acquired by Seattle in trade from Tampa Bay 11/8/18
  • 1 year/$539,800 (2017)
    • acquired by Seattle in trade from Atlanta 1/11/17
    • acquired by Tampa Bay in trade from Seattle 1/11/17
    • re-signed by Tampa Bay 3/17
  • 1 year (2016)
    • contract selected by Atlanta 11/20/15
    • re-signed by Atlanta 3/16
  • acquired by Atlanta in trade from San Diego 12/19/14
  • drafted by San Diego 2012 (5-165) (Santa Fe JC, Fla.)
  • $375,000 signing bonus ($254,500 slot)
  • agent: Reynolds Sports
  • ML service: 4.028

Eric Stamets ss
1 year (2022)

  • 1 year (2022)
    • signed by Toronto as a free agent 3/4/22 (minor-league contract)
  • 1 year (2021)
    • re-signed by Colorado (minor-league contract)
    • released by Colorado 8/26/21
  • 1 year (2020)
    • signed by Colorado as a free agent 11/12/19 (minor-league contract)
  • 1 year (2019)
    • re-signed by Cleveland 3/19
    • DFA by Cleveland 7/31/19, sent outright to Triple-A 8/6/19
  • 1 year (2018)
    • contract selected by Cleveland 11/20/17
    • re-signed by Cleveland 3/18
  • acquired by Cleveland in trade from LA Angels 7/28/15
  • drafted by LA Angels 2012 (6-207) (Evansville)
  • $169,900 signing bonus (slot amount)
  • ML service: 0.019

Ricky Tiedemann lhp
2022

  • drafted by Toronto 2021 (3-91) (Golden West JC, Calif.)
  • $644,800 signing bonus ($647,300 slot)
  • ML service:

Logan Warmoth ss
2022

  • drafted by Toronto 2017 (1-22) (North Carolina)
  • $2.8202M signing bonus ($2.7952M slot)
  • ML service:

Eric Yardley rhp
1 year (2022)

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  • 1 year (2022)
    • signed by Chicago Cubs as a free agent 1/25/22 (minor-league contract)
    • released by Chicago Cubs 5/2/22
    • signed by Toronto as a free agent 6/1/22 (minor-league contract)
  • 1 year/$577,800 (2021)
    • re-signed by Milwaukee 3/21
    • sent outright to Triple-A by Milwaukee 11/4/21 (elected free agency)
  • 1 year/$566,700 (2020)
    • re-signed by Milwaukee 3/20
  • 1 year (2019)
    • contract selected by San Diego 8/21/19
    • claimed by Milwaukee off waivers 11/14/19 after being DFA by San Diego 11/4/19
  • signed by San Diego 7/21/13 as a free agent (Seattle)
  • ML service: 1.116

FAQs

How long is Bo Bichette contract with the Blue Jays? ›

Current Contract

Bo Bichette signed a 1 year / $825,000 contract with the Toronto Blue Jays, including $825,000 guaranteed, and an annual average salary of $825,000. In 2022, Bichette will earn a base salary of $825,000, while carrying a total salary of $825,000.

Who has the biggest contract in the MLB? ›

Gerrit Cole, Anthony Rendon among highest MLB salaries
  • Gerrit Cole contract: 9 years, $324 million.
  • Gerrit Cole salary: $36 million.
  • Gerrit Cole career earnings: $120.222 million.
26 Aug 2022

How long is Vladimir Guerrero Jr contract? ›

Guerrero made a second All-Star appearance in 2022 and has so far hit 28 homers, including his 100th on Thursday. Last off-season, Guerrero avoided arbitration with the Blue Jays by signing a one-year, $7.9-million contract. He remains under club control until 2025.

Who is Blue Jays highest paid player? ›

Brand new Blue Jay Kevin Gausman sails close to the top-end of the payroll, and Springer's 2022 salary jumps by $6 million from last year to $29.66 this year; the highest of his six-year contract.
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How much money every Blue Jays player will make in 2022.
PlayerVladimir Guerrero Jr.
Salary$7.9M
Position1B
Age23
29 more columns
6 Apr 2022

What does arbitration mean in baseball? ›

Final Offer Arbitration requires an arbitrator to view all of the unresolved issues as a package and select one party's package over the other party's package. It is known as “baseball arbitration” because each side submits a figure or proposed remedy and the arbitrator is required to select one offer or the other.

Are Vlad and Bo still friends? ›

The duo have been teammates since they played together in Lansing in 2017 at the Low-A level, and haven't been separated too much since.

Who turned down a 400 million dollar contract? ›

Juan Soto is 23 and is already one of the game's best players. After extension talks broke down, he could be on his way out of town. Until then, he wants to concentrate on baseball.

Who is the richest retired baseball player? ›

Bud Selig, with a net worth of $400 million dollars, is unquestionably the richest baseball player in the world.

What sport makes the most money? ›

Basketball is the most lucrative sport globally, which is not surprising. The finest basketball players in the NBA not only make millions of dollars in payments each year, but they also receive more endorsements and sponsorship money than any other athlete in any other sport.

Who is the highest paid MLB player 2022? ›

These are the players earning the most for the 2022 season:
  1. Max Scherzer, SP, Mets, $43.3 million.
  2. Mike Trout, OF, Angels, $37.1 million. ...
  3. Anthony Rendon, 3B, Angels, $36.5 million. ...
  4. Gerrit Cole, SP, Yankees, $36 million. ...
  5. Carlos Correa, SS, Twins, $35.1 million. ...
18 Jul 2022

What is Shohei Ohtani contract? ›

Shohei is under contract for 2022 at a $5.5M salary, and holds another year of arbitration eligibility for 2023 - we'll get to the latter in just a minute.

How much does a Blue Jay player make? ›

Blue Jays 2022 Payroll
Active Players (28)AgeAdj. Salary
Matt Chapman29$12,500,000
Jose Berrios28$10,714,285
Teoscar Hernandez29$10,650,000
Guerrero Jr. Vladimir Guerrero Jr.23$7,900,000
24 more rows

How much are Blue Jays worth? ›

In 2022, the Toronto Blue Jays had an estimated value of 1.78 billion U.S. dollars.
...
Toronto Blue Jays franchise value from 2002 to 2022 (in million U.S. dollars)
CharacteristicFranchise value in million U.S. dollars
20201,625
20191,500
20181,350
20171,300
9 more rows

What do Blue Jays managers make? ›

CA$70,502. The estimated total pay for a Manager at Toronto Blue Jays is CA$70,502 per year.

How much money do the Blue Jays have to spend? ›

Blue Jays Active Payroll is currently ~ $135 million (including arbitration projections). They are more than capable of adding multiple high-priced players – depending on the terms however, it could come at the cost of not extending another current player – but they could do it if they so choose.

What happens if arbitration fails? ›

If the losing party to a binding arbitration doesn't pay the money required by an arbitration award, the winner can easily convert the award into a court judgment that can be enforced just like any other court judgment.

What is the MLB minimum salary? ›

Sure, free agency and arbitration have been hampered by baseball's analytical age, but the minimum wage is falling behind, too. The MLB minimum salary of $570,500 in 2021 was behind those of the other major North American sports, which have cap-and-floor systems.

What is the MLB minimum salary 2022? ›

The average earnings of an MLB player in 2022 is $4.41million, according to the Associated Press. This means that baseball players earning millions are counterbalanced by players on lower wages. Those at the bottom of the league earn $700,000 which is up from $570,500.

What does vladdy write in the sand? ›

“First, he holds the bat (by) the barrel, and with the handle of the bat, he reaches down and writes 'Dios' into the dirt of the home plate circle— “God” in Spanish. Then he takes the bat and he taps the catcher, and he taps the umpire—a show of respect.

What is Guerrero Jr contract? ›

Current Contract

signed a 1 year / $7,900,000 contract with the Toronto Blue Jays, including $7,900,000 guaranteed, and an annual average salary of $7,900,000. In 2022, Guerrero Jr. will earn a base salary of $7,900,000, while carrying a total salary of $7,900,000.

How much weight has vladdy lost? ›

In just one month we achieved the goal we set for ourselves to. With all of Vladdy Jr.'s hard work and dedication he was able to drop from 261 to 239 pounds". The following media includes potentially sensitive content.

Who has the richest baseball contract? ›

The $440 million contract would have been the largest in terms of total compensation in Major League Baseball history, topping the 12-year, $426.5 million deal Mike Trout signed with the Los Angeles Angels in 2019.

Who has the biggest sports contract ever? ›

Lionel Messi

What is the average MLB contract? ›

The average salary for a player in the MLB stood at 4.41 million U.S. dollars in 2022.
...
Average player salary in Major League Baseball from 2003 to 2021 (in million U.S. dollars)
CharacteristicSalary in million U.S. dollars
20214.17
20204.43
20194.38
10 more rows

How much is Donald Trump worth? ›

What was Babe Ruth's highest salary? ›

His paychecks were correspondingly hefty. In 1921, Ty Cobb was the best-paid player in baseball history, receiving $25,000. The next year, Babe Ruth took home $52,000. Ruth's highest salary came in 1930 and 1931, at $80,000.

How much do MLB coaches get paid? ›

MLB hitting coaches typically make between ​$50,000 and $60,000​. Many people might expect a baseball coach in professional sports to earn more money, and many MLB coaches do. The top 10 percent of people in this category earned more than ​$80,000​.

What is the lowest paying professional sport? ›

Here are some of the lowest wages in professional sports:
  • Lacrosse. ...
  • Major League Soccer. ...
  • Minor League Baseball. ...
  • Mixed Martial Arts. ...
  • The NBA's D-League. ...
  • Rugby. ...
  • Tennis. ...
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What is the most athletic sport? ›

Boxing is the most athletic sport around. A few years ago, a wide panel of sports experts, including sports scientists, researchers, athletes and journalists, objectively ranked the level of athleticism needed to compete in 60 sports.

What would Babe Ruth's salary be today? ›

In today's dollars, Ruth would have been getting paid about $226,655 when the infamous trade happened. He was traded for $125,000, which roughly translates to just over $1.6 million dollars today. At his highest salary in 1931, he was making $80,000. In 2012, that would've been worth just under $1.2 million dollars.

How much do MLB umpires make? ›

Professional baseball umpires don't make quite as much as the MLB player minimum salary, but they're still well off financially. According to Career Trend, the starting rookie umpire salary is $150,000 and the more experienced umpires and senior umpires (like Joe West) rake in as much as $450,000 per year.

Who is the most expensive MLB player? ›

Max Scherzer

Will Angels leave Anaheim? ›

Could the Angels move out of Anaheim? Fans line up to enter Angel Stadium. The Angels' lease expires in 2029, and the team has options to extend the lease through 2038.

Can Angels afford Ohtani? ›

Can the Angels Afford Ohtani? The short answer is; yes. Technically they can. Ohtani's currently making $5.5 million in 2022 and will get a sizeable bump in 2023, his final year of arbitration.

How big will Ohtanis contract be? ›

Ohtani's next contract

Ohtani will become a free agent in 2024, and Jon Heyman of the New York Post says the Japanese player could be line to make as much as 50 million a season.

Do Blue Jays players get paid in USD? ›

The American players on the CFL team are paid in Canadian dollars — unlike the Toronto Blue Jays and Toronto Maple Leafs, who are not only paid much more, but they are paid in American dollars.

Are Blue Jays paid in Canadian dollars? ›

The Blue Jays sell exclusively in Canadian dollars.

How much does Kirk make for the Blue Jays? ›

Current Contract

Alejandro Kirk signed a 1 year / $714,000 contract with the Toronto Blue Jays, including $714,000 guaranteed, and an annual average salary of $714,000.

Who Is Highest Paid MLB Player 2022? ›

These are the players earning the most for the 2022 season:
  1. Max Scherzer, SP, Mets, $43.3 million.
  2. Mike Trout, OF, Angels, $37.1 million. ...
  3. Anthony Rendon, 3B, Angels, $36.5 million. ...
  4. Gerrit Cole, SP, Yankees, $36 million. ...
  5. Carlos Correa, SS, Twins, $35.1 million. ...
18 Jul 2022

What is the Toronto Blue Jays 2022 payroll? ›

An updated look at the Toronto Blue Jays 2022 payroll table, including base pay, bonuses, options, & tax allocations.
...
Blue Jays 2022 Payroll.
Active Players (28)Yusei Kikuchi
Payroll Salary$16,000,000
Adj. Salary$16,000,000
Payroll %8.60
Lux. Tax Salary12,000,000
27 more columns

What is Guerrero salary? ›

2019-2019
Contract:1 yr(s) / $555,000
Signing Bonus-
Average Salary$555,000
Free Agent:2025 / UFA

What is Vladimir Guerrero Jr salary? ›

Guerrero has been loyal to the Toronto Blue Jays to 2022 and has signed a $7.9 million contract with the team.

What would Babe Ruth's salary be today? ›

In today's dollars, Ruth would have been getting paid about $226,655 when the infamous trade happened. He was traded for $125,000, which roughly translates to just over $1.6 million dollars today. At his highest salary in 1931, he was making $80,000. In 2012, that would've been worth just under $1.2 million dollars.

How much do MLB umpires make? ›

Professional baseball umpires don't make quite as much as the MLB player minimum salary, but they're still well off financially. According to Career Trend, the starting rookie umpire salary is $150,000 and the more experienced umpires and senior umpires (like Joe West) rake in as much as $450,000 per year.

What sport makes the most money? ›

Basketball is the most lucrative sport globally, which is not surprising. The finest basketball players in the NBA not only make millions of dollars in payments each year, but they also receive more endorsements and sponsorship money than any other athlete in any other sport.

How much are Blue Jays worth? ›

In 2022, the Toronto Blue Jays had an estimated value of 1.78 billion U.S. dollars.
...
Toronto Blue Jays franchise value from 2002 to 2022 (in million U.S. dollars)
CharacteristicFranchise value in million U.S. dollars
20201,625
20191,500
20181,350
20171,300
9 more rows

How much money does the Blue Jays manager make? ›

The estimated total pay for a Manager at Toronto Blue Jays is CA$70,502 per year. This number represents the median, which is the midpoint of the ranges from our proprietary Total Pay Estimate model and based on salaries collected from our users. The estimated base pay is CA$67,682 per year.

How much do minor league baseball players make? ›

Among residents of the U.S. and Canada, who are subject to baseball's draft, amateurs signing initial minor league contracts receive signing bonuses, most $20,000 and up. First-round picks last year received $7,922,000 to $1.8 million, and players among the top 75 selections received at least $747,500.

How much does the average MLB player make? ›

MLB players make an average of $4.41 million, per an analysis by the Associated Press, up from $4.17 million in 2021. Players saw increases at the top and bottom as the league and its players union reached a new collective bargaining agreement after an acrimonious 99-day lockout.

Does MLB have a salary cap? ›

Within the MLB, there is no salary cap so teams are free to spend as much money as they want to put a winning team out on the field but the farther and farther, they go against the payroll limits, owners will need to pay luxury taxes in different tiers.

How many interpreters do the Blue Jays have? ›

tito , as he is commonly called in the entourage of the Blue Jays, is the most experienced interpreter, but also the one who is most in demand within the Toronto organization. They are about ten players to use his services.

What is Kevin Gausman salary? ›

What is Aaron judge's contract? ›

Aaron Judge started 2022 by turning down a seven-year, $213.5m contract extension from the New York Yankees. That deal would have given the now 30-year-old one of the largest contracts in MLB history. But Judge thought he was worth more, opting to play out this season and see what he could fetch in free-agency.

What is Teoscar Hernandez salary? ›

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