Philadelphia Phillies | Cot's Baseball Contracts (2023)

Service time in years & days (through 2021 season).

John Middleton Managing Partner
2015 -

  • John Middleton & the Buck family, 2015 -
    • John Middleton, heir to a Philadelphia family cigar business, paid $18M for a 15% stake in the Phillies in 1994. Through his company, Double Play, Inc., he has acquired additional shares in the team and now is an equal 48% partner with the Buck family’s Tri-Play group. Middleton became managing partner & club control person in 2015. David Montgomery and Pat Gillick own the remaining interests.
  • Bill Giles, David Montgomery, 1981-2015
    • A group led by Phillies EVP Bill Giles bought the franchise for $30.175M in 1981. Giles served as general partner in a limited partnership which included the Taft Broadcasting, Fritz Dixon, Bob Levy, and the Buck family (Tri-Play). EVP David Montgomery replaced Giles as club president in 1997 and chairman in 2015.
  • The Carpenter family, 1943-1981
    • DuPont board member Robert Carpenter Sr. purchased the Phillies for $500,000 in 1943. His son, Bob Jr., assumed control of the club upon Robert’s 1949 death. His grandson, Ruly, was the principal owner & team president from 1972 to 1981.
  • Forbes magazine valued the club at $2.3 billion in March, 2022.

PHILLIES PAYROLLS

YearOpening Day 26-manYear End 40-manCB Tax 40-man
2022$228,740,514 ( 4)$ ( )$237,131,015 ( 5)
2021$191,091,962 ( 4)$192,366,818 ( 4)$209,370,501 ( 3)
2020$ 67,306,240 ( 7)$ 65,073,877 (12)$207,335,897 ( 4)
2019$140,611,962 (13)$160,974,755 (10)$192,105,411 ( 8)
2018$ 95,270,301 (24)$106,717,475 (23)$119,194,540 (24)
2017$100,041,000 (22)$114,539,020 (21)$119,643,867 (22)
2016$ 88,646,667 (25)$109,377,502 (18)$103,112,427 (26)
2015$146,889,667 ( 7)$145,656,077 ( 9)$159,928,885 ( 9)
2014$177,729,967 ( 3)$183,456,686 ( 3)$185,965,235 ( 4)
2013$159,585,714 ( 3)$166,159,063 ( 4)$168,569,538 ( 5)
2012$172,093,902 ( 3)$169,728,180 ( 2)$174,523,432 ( 4)
2011$165,976,381 ( 3)$165,313,989 ( 3)
2010$138,178,379 ( 3)$145,539,931 ( 3)
2009$113,004,046 ( 6)$138,286,499 ( 6)
2008$ 98,269,880 (13)$112,654,711 (10)
2007$ 89,428,213 (13)$101,823,122 ( 8)
2006$ 88,273,333 (12)$ 93,329,232 (12)
2005$ 95,522,000 ( 4)$ 94,484,907 ( 5)
2004$ 93,219,167 ( 5)$ 97,380,476 ( 7)
2003$ 70,780,000 (15)$ 95,338,704 ( 9)
2002$ 57,965,999 (17)$ 59,593,741 (16)
2001$ 41,663,833 (24)$ 46,969,933 (21)
2000$ 46,900,000 (20)$ 45,734,878 (21)
  • 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.

Dave Dombrowski President, Baseball Operations
4 years/$20M (2021-24)

  • Philadelphia, 2021 -
    • 4 years/$20M (2021-24)
      • hired by Philadelphia as President, Baseball Operations 12/11/20
  • Boston, 2016-19
    • 5 years (2015-19)
      • hired by Boston as President, Baseball Operations 8/19/15
      • fired by Boston 9/9/19
  • Detroit, 2002-15
    • 4 years (2012-15)
      • signed extension with Detroit 8/8/11
      • extension pays about $3M annually
      • released from contract by Detroit 8/4/15
    • 4 years (2008-11)
      • signed extension with Detroit 11/06
    • 5 years / about $10M (2002-06)
      • hired as President & CEO by Detroit 11/01
      • assumed General Manager duties 4/8/02
      • signed extension for 2007
  • Florida, 1993-2001
    • Executive VP & General Manager
  • Montreal, 1987-1991
    • Director of Minor League Clubs (1987), VP, Player Personnel (1988-90), VP, Player Personnel & GM (1990-91)
  • Montreal, 1987-1991
    • Director of Minor League Clubs (1987), VP, Player Personnel (1988-90), VP, Player Personnel & GM (1990-91)
  • Chicago White Sox, 1978-86
    • Assistant GM, Director of Minor League Operations
  • club president Andy MacPhail
    • Philadelphia, 2015 –
      • hired by Philadelphia as special advisor 6/29/15
      • succeeded Pat Gillick as team president 10/5/15
      • signed 3-year extension (2019-21) in late 2017
  • former club president Pat Gillick
    • Philadelphia, 2006 -
      • VP/GM, 2006-07. Senior VP/GM, 2008. Senior Advisor, 2009-14. President, 2014-15, Senior Advisor, 2016 -

Sam Fuld General Manager
2021 -

  • Philadelphia, 2021 -
    • hired as GM by Philadelphia 12/22/20
    • 2018-20: Major League player information coordinator
  • Assistant GM Ned Rice (interim GM 10/3/20 – 12/22/20)
  • Assistant GM Jorge Velandia
  • Assistant GM Anirudh Kilambi
  • former General Manager Matt Klentak
    • 3 years (2020-22)
      • signed 3-year extension with Philadelphia 3/19
      • re-assigned by Philadelphia 10/3/20, with AGM Ned Rice serving as interim General Manager
    • 2016 -
      • hired by Philadelphia as General Manager 10/26/15
  • former Senior VP & GM Ruben Amaro Jr.
    • 4 years (2012-15)
      • signed extension with Philadelphia 3/12/11
      • fired by Philadelphia 9/10/15
    • 3 years (2009-11)
      • promoted from AGM by Philadelphia 11/3/08, replacing Pat Gillick

Rob Thomson Interim Manager
2022 -

  • 2022 -
    • selected as interim manager by Philadelphia 6/3/22, replacing Joe Girardi
  • 2018 -
    • bench coach, Philadelphia
  • former manager Joe Girardi
    • 3 years (2020-22), plus 2023 club option
      • hired as manager by Philadelphia 10/24/19
      • fired by Philadelphia 6/3/22
  • former manager Gabe Kapler
    • 3 years (2018-20)
      • hired as manager by Philadelphia 10/30/17
      • fired by Philadelphia 10/10/19
  • former manager Pete Mackanin
    • 2 years (2017-18), plus 2019 club option
      • signed extension with Philadelphia 5/10/17
      • to serve as special assistant to the GM after 2017 season
    • 2 years (2016-17), plus 2018 club option
      • signed extension with Philadelphia 3/25/16
    • 1 year (2016), plus 2017 club option
      • selected by Philadelphia as permanent manager 9/22/15
    • 1 year (2015)
      • selected as interim manager by Philadelphia 6/26/15
  • former manager Ryne Sandberg
    • 3 years (2014-16), plus 2017 club option
      • selected as permanent manager by Philadelphia 9/22/13
      • resigned as manager 6/26/15
    • 1 year (2013)
      • promoted from third-base coach to interim manager by Philadelphia 8/16/13, replacing Charlie Manuel
  • former manager Charlie Manuel
    • 2 years (2012-13)
      • signed extension with Philadelphia 3/10/11
      • fired by Philadelphia 8/16/13
    • 1 year/$2.4M (2011)
      • signed extension with Philadelphia 12/10/08
      • Philadelphia also exercised 2010 option as part of 2011 deal
    • 2 years/$3M (2008-09), plus 2010 club option
      • signed extension with Philadelphia 10/9/07
      • 08:$1.5M (est.), 09:$1.5M, 10:$1.7M club option
    • 3 years (2005-07)
      • 07:$0.8M
      • hired as manager by Philadelphia 11/4/04, replacing Larry Bowa

Bryce Harper rf
13 years/$330M (2019-31)

  • 13 years/$330M (2019-31)
    • signed by Philadelphia as a free agent 2/28/19
    • $20M signing bonus paid in two equal installments, 6/1 and 11/1/19
    • 19:$10M, 20-28:$26M, 29-31:$22M
    • full no-trade protection
    • award bonuses:
      • $500,000 for MVP ($50,000 for second place, $25,000 for third)
      • $100,000 for WS MVP
      • $50,000 each for All Star, Gold Glove, Silver Slugger, LCS MVP
    • perks: hotel suite on road, right to purchase suite for home games
    • at signing, most lucrative contract in MLB history
  • 1 year/$21.625M (2018)
    • re-signed by Washington 5/13/17 (avoided arbitration)
    • award bonuses: $100,000 each for All-Star, Gold Glove, Silver Slugger. $1M for MVP ($500,000 for second place in vote, $250,000 for third, $150,000 for fourth, $100,000 for fifth)
    • at signing, largest-ever salary for arbitration-eligible player
    • Washington made $17.9M qualifying offer 11/2/18
  • 1 year/$13.625M (2017)
    • re-signed by Washington 1/13/17 (avoided arbitration)
  • 2 years/$7.5M (2015-16)
    • signed extension with Washington 12/15/14
    • 15:$2.5M, 16:$5M
  • 5 years/$9.9M (2011-15)
    • signed Major League contract with Washington 8/16/10
    • $6.25M signing bonus (paid in 5 installments of $1.25M, 30 days after approval and each July 1, 2011-14)
    • 11:$500,000, 12:$500,000, 13:$750,000, 14:$900,000, 15:$1M
    • roster bonuses: $125,000 each for 30, 60, 90, 120 days on active major-league roster in 2014, 2015
    • Nationals agreed to pay for eight semesters of college
  • drafted by Washington 2010 (1-1) (College of Southern Nevada)
  • agent: Boras Corp.
  • ML service: 9.159

Zack Wheeler rhp
5 years/$118M (2020-24)

  • 5 years/$118M (2020-24)
    • signed by Philadelphia as a free agent 12/9/19
    • 20:$21.5M, 21:$22.5M, 22:$26M, 23:$24.5M, 24:$23.5M
  • 1 year/$5.975M (2019)
    • re-signed by NY Mets 1/11/19 (avoided arbitration)
    • NY Mets made $17.8M qualifying offer 11/4/19 (rejected 11/14/19)
  • 1 year/$1.9M (2018)
    • won arbitration with NY Mets 2/8/18 ($1.9M-$1.5M)
  • 1 year/$800,000 (2017)
    • re-signed by NY Mets 1/11/17 (avoided arbitration)
  • 1 year/$546,250 (2016)
    • re-signed by NY Mets 3/4/16
  • 1 year/$546,250 (2015)
    • re-signed by NY Mets 3/5/15
  • 1 year/$512,375 (2014)
    • re-signed by NY Mets 3/3/14
  • 1 year (2013)
    • contract purchased by NY Mets 11/20/12
    • re-signed by NY Mets 3/3/13
  • acquired by NY Mets in trade from San Francisco 7/28/11 (Beltran deal)
  • drafted by San Francisco 2009 (1-6) (East Paulding HS, Dallas, Ga.)
  • signed 8/17/09, $3.3M signing bonus
  • agents: Jet Sports
  • ML service: 8.098

J.T. Realmuto c
5 years/$115.5M (2021-25)

  • 5 years/$115.5M (2021-25)
    • re-signed by Philadelphia as a free agent 1/29/21
    • 21:$20M, 22:$23.875M, 23:$23.875M, 24:$23.875M, 25:$23.875M
    • $10M of 2021 salary is deferred without interest, paid in $5M installments on 7/15/26 and 7/15/27, reducing the contract’s present value to $114.9M
    • award bonuses: $500,000 for MVP ($50,000 for second place in vote, $25,000 for third). $100,000 for WS MVP. $50,000 each for LCS MVP All Star, Gold Glove, Silver Slugger
    • assignment bonus: $1M for each trade, paid by acquiring club
    • at signing, most lucrative ever average annual value for a catcher
  • 1 year/$10M (2020)
    • lost arbitration with Philadelphia 2/20/20 ($12.4M-$10M)
    • Philadelphia made $18.9M qualifying offer 11/2/20
  • 1 year/$5.9M (2019)
    • re-signed by Miami 1/11/19 (avoided arbitration)
    • acquired by Philadelphia in trade from Miami 2/7/19
  • 1 year/$2.9M (2018)
    • lost arbitration with Miami 2/2/18 ($3.5M-$2.9M)
  • 1 year/$562,500 (2017)
    • re-signed by Miami 3/16
  • 1 year/$532,500 (2016)
    • re-signed by Miami 3/16
  • 1 year (2015)
    • re-signed by Miami 3/3/15
  • 1 year (2014)
    • contract purchased by Miami 11/20/13
    • re-signed by Miami 3/1/14
  • drafted by Florida 2010 (3-104) (Albert HS, Midwest City, Okla.)
  • $600,000 signing bonus
  • agent: CAA
  • ML service: 7.038

Noah Syndergaard rhp
1 year/$21M (2022)

  • 1 year/$21M (2022)
    • signed by LA Angels as a free agent 11/16/21
    • acquired by Philadelphia in trade from LA Angels 8/2/22 with $7,384,615 remaining on contract
  • 1 year/$9.7M (2020)
    • re-signed by NY Mets 1/10/20 (avoided arbitration)
    • NY Mets made $18.4M qualifying offer 11/21 (rejected)
  • 1 year/$9.7M (2021)
    • re-signed by NY Mets 12/22/20 (avoided arbitration)
  • 1 year/$9.7M (2020)
    • re-signed by NY Mets 1/10/20 (avoided arbitration)
  • 1 year/$6M (2019)
    • re-signed by NY Mets 1/11/19 (avoided arbitration)
  • 1 year/$2.975M (2018)
    • re-signed by NY Mets 1/12/18 (avoided arbitration)
  • 1 year/$605,500 (2017)
    • renewed by NY Mets 3/2/17
  • 1 year/$535,375 (2016)
    • re-signed by NY Mets 3/4/16
  • 1 year (2015)
    • contract selected by NY Mets 11/20/14
    • re-signed by NY Mets 3/5/15
  • acquired by NY Mets in trade from Toronto 12/17/12
  • drafted by Toronto 2010 (1s-38) (Legacy HS, Mansfield, Texas)
  • $600,000 signing bonus
  • agent: CAA
  • ML service: 6.149

Nick Castellanos lf-dh
5 years/$100M (2022-26)

  • 5 years/$100M (2022-26)
    • signed by Philadelphia as a free agent 3/19/22
    • 22-26: $20M annually
    • Castellanos to donate $50,000 annually to club charity
  • 4 years/$64M (2020-23), plus 2024 mutual option
    • signed by Cincinnati as a free agent 1/27/20
    • 20:$16M, 21:$14M, 22:$16M, 23:$16M, 24:$20M mutual option ($2M buyout)
    • Castellanos may opt out of contract after 2020 and 2021 seasons
    • $18M in salary is deferred:
      • $6M in 2020, paid $2M each 1/15/21, 2/1/21 and 1/15/22
      • $4M in 2021, paid $2M each 1/15/22 and 1/15/23
      • $4M in 2022, paid $2M each 1/15/23 and 1/15/24
      • $4M in 2023, paid $2M each 1/15/24 and 1/15/25
    • award bonuses: $250,000 for MVP ($200,000 for second in MVP vote, $150,000 for third). $100,000 for Gold Glove. $75,000 each for All Star, Silver Slugger.
    • Castellanos exercised right to opt out of contract 11/4/21
  • 1 year/$9.95M (2019)
    • re-signed by Detroit 1/11/19 (avoided arbitration)
    • acquired by Chicago Cubs in trade from Detroit 7/31/19 with $3,209,677 remaining on contract (as part of the trade, Tigers pay Cubs $350,000)
  • 1 year/$6.05M (2018)
    • re-signed by Detroit 1/12/18 (avoided arbitration)
  • 1 year/$3M (2017)
    • re-signed by Detroit 1/15/17 (avoided arbitration)
    • performance bonus: $25,000 for 500 plate appearances
  • 1 year/$536,500 (2016)
    • re-signed by Detroit 2/25/16
  • 1 year/$525,000 (2015)
    • re-signed by Detroit 2/24/15
  • 1 year/$500,000 (2014)
    • re-signed by Detroit 2/24/14
  • 1 year (2013)
    • contract selected by Detroit 9/1/13
  • drafted by Detroit 2010 (1s-44) (Bishop McCarthy HS, Southwest Ranches, Fla.)
  • $3.45M signing bonus
  • agent: Boras Corp. (previously SportsMeter)
  • ML service: 8.029

Kyle Schwarber lf
4 years/$79M (2022-25)

  • 4 years/$79M (2022-25)
    • signed by Philadelphia as a free agent 3/17/22
    • 22:$19M, 23:$20M, 24:$20M, 25:$20M
  • 1 year/$10M (2021), plus 2022 mutual option
    • signed by Washington as a free agent 1/9/21
    • 21:$7M, 22:$11.5M mutual option ($3M buyout)
    • acquired by Boston in trade from Washington 7/29/21 with $2,483,871 in 2021 salary and $3M buyout remaining on contract
    • Schwarber declined 2022 option 11/4/21
  • 1 year/$7.01M (2020)
    • re-signed by Chicago Cubs 1/10/20 (avoided arbitration)
    • non-tendered by Chicago Cubs 12/2/20
  • 1 year/$3.39M (2019)
    • re-signed by Chicago Cubs 1/11/19 (avoided arbitration)
  • 1 year/$604,500 (2018)
    • re-signed by Chicago Cubs 3/18
  • 1 year/$565,500 (2017)
    • re-signed by Chicago Cubs 3/9/17
  • 1 year (2016)
    • re-signed by Chicago Cubs 3/4/16
  • 1 year (2015)
    • contract selected by Chicago Cubs 6/16/15
  • drafted by Chicago Cubs 2014 (1-4) (Indiana)
  • $3.125M signing bonus ($4.6212M slot)
  • agent: Excel
  • ML service: 6.086

Aaron Nola rhp
4 years/$45M (2019-22), plus 2023 option

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  • 4 years/$45M (2019-22), plus 2023 club option
    • signed extension with Philadelphia 2/13/19 (avoided arbitration, $6.75M-$4.5M)
    • $2M signing bonus
    • 19:$4M, 20:$8M, 21:$11.75M, 22:$15M, 23:$16M club option ($4.25M buyout)
  • 1 year/$573,000 (2018)
    • re-signed by Philadelphia 3/18
  • 1 year/$544,000 (2017)
    • re-signed by Philadelphia 3/17
  • 1 year/$517,500 (2016)
    • re-signed by Philadelphia 3/16
  • 1 year (2015)
    • contract selected by Philadelphia 7/21/15
  • drafted by Philadelphia 2014 (1-7) (LSU)
  • $3.3009M signing bonus (slot amount)
  • agent: Paragon Sports
  • ML service: 6.076

Jean Segura ss
5 years/$70M (2018-22), plus 2023 option

  • 5 years/$70M (2018-22), plus 2023 club option
    • signed extension with Seattle 6/7/17
    • $3M signing bonus
    • 18:$9M, 19:$14.25M, 20:$14.25M, 21:$14.25M, 22:$14.25M, 23:$17M club option ($1M buyout)
    • full no-trade protection
    • assignment bonus: $1M with trade
    • acquired by Philadelphia in trade from Seattle 12/3/18
  • 1 year/$6.2M (2017)
    • signed by Seattle 1/12/17 (avoided arbitration)
  • 1 year/$2.6M (2016)
    • re-signed by Milwaukee 1/15/16 (avoided arbitration)
    • acquired by Arizona in trade from Milwaukee 1/30/16
    • acquired by Seattle in trade from Arizona 11/23/16
  • 1 year/$534,000 (2015)
    • re-signed by Milwaukee 3/3/15
  • 1 year/$534,000 (2014)
    • re-signed by Milwaukee 3/14
  • 1 year/$492,000 (2013)
    • re-signed by Milwaukee 3/13
  • 1 year (2012)
    • contract purchased by LA Angels 11/18/11
    • re-signed by LA Angels 3/3/12
    • acquired by Milwaukee in trade from LA Angels 7/27/12
  • signed 2007 as an amateur free agent from the Dominican Republic
  • agent: CAA
  • ML service: 9.065

Corey Knebel rhp
1 year/$10M (2022)

  • 1 year/$10M (2022)
    • signed by Philadelphia as a free agent 11/30/21
    • performance bonuses based on games finished: $50,000 each for 45, 50, 55, 60 GF
  • 1 year/$5.25M (2021)
    • re-signed by LA Dodgers 1/14/21 (avoided arbitration)
  • 1 year/$5.125M (2020)
    • re-signed by Milwaukee 12/11/19 (avoided arbitration)
    • award bonus: $50,000 for Comeback Player of the Year
    • acquired by LA Dodgers in trade from Milwaukee 12/2/20
  • 1 year/$5.125M (2019)
    • re-signed by Milwaukee 1/11/19 (avoided arbitration)
  • 1 year/$3.65M (2018)
    • re-signed by Milwaukee 1/12/18 (avoided arbitration)
  • 1 year/$538,900 (2017)
    • re-signed by Milwaukee 3/17
  • 1 year/$513,000 (2016)
    • re-signed by Milwaukee 3/16
  • 1 year (2015)
    • acquired by Milwaukee in trade from Texas 1/19/15
    • signed by Milwaukee 3/15
  • 1 year (2014)
    • contract selected by Detroit 5/23/14
    • acquired by Texas in trade from Detroit 7/22/14 (Soria deal)
  • drafted by Detroit 2013 (1s-39) (Texas) (competitive-balance pick acquired from Miami)
  • $1.4334M signing bonus (slot amount)
  • agent: Excel Sports
  • ML service: 6.151

Rhys Hoskins lf-1b
1 year/$7.7M (2022)

  • 1 year/$7.7M (2022)
    • re-signed by Philadelphia 3/22/22 (avoided arbitration)
  • 1 year/$4.8M (2021)
    • re-signed by Philadelphia 1/15/21 (avoided arbitration)
  • 1 year/$605,000 (2020)
    • re-signed by Philadelphia 3/20
  • 1 year/$575,000 (2019)
    • re-signed by Philadelphia 3/19
  • 1 year/$552,500 (2018)
    • re-signed by Philadelphia 3/18
  • 1 year (2017)
    • contract selected by Philadelphia 8/10/17
  • drafted by Philadelphia 2014 (5-142) (Sacramento State)
  • $349,700 signing bonus (slot amount)
  • agent: Boras Corp.
  • ML service: 4.053

Kyle Gibson rhp
3 years/$28M (2020-22)

  • 3 years/$28M (2020-22)
    • signed by Texas as a free agent 12/6/19
    • $2M signing bonus (paid 1/20 and 1/21)
    • 20:$10M, 21:$9M, 22:$7M
    • annual performance bonus: $500,000 for 180 innings pitched
    • annual roster bonus: $1M for 150 days on active roster
    • acquired by Philadelphia in trade from Texas 7/30/21 (Rangers pay undisclosed portion of money remaining on contract)
  • 1 year/$8.125M (2019)
    • re-signed by Minnesota 1/11/19 (avoided arbitration)
  • 1 year/$4.2M (2018)
    • lost arbitration with Minnesota 2/15/18 ($4.55M-$4.2M)
  • 1 year/$2.9M (2017)
    • re-signed by Minnesota 1/13/17 (avoided arbitration)
  • 1 year/$587,500 (2016)
    • re-signed by Minnesota 3/2/16
  • 1 year/$537,500 (2015)
    • re-signed by Minnesota 3/3/15
  • 1 year/$502,500 (2014)
    • re-signed by Minnesota 2/28/14
  • 1 year (2013)
    • contract purchased by Minnesota 11/20/12
    • re-signed by Minnesota 2/21/13
  • drafted by Minnesota 2009 (1-22) (Missouri)
  • signed 8/17/09, $1.8M signing bonus
  • agent: Rowley Sports
  • ML service: 8.039

Brad Hand lhp
1 year/$6M (2022)

  • 1 year/$6M (2022)
    • signed by Philadelphia as a free agent 3/14/22
  • 1 year/$10.5M (2021)
    • signed by Washington as a free agent 1/25/21
    • $6.5M is deferred without interest, to be paid of installments of $1.5M on 1/15/22, $3.5M on 1/15/23, $1.5M on 1/15/24
    • acquired by Toronto in trade from Washington 7/29/21 with $3,725,807 remaining on contract
    • claimed by NY Mets off waivers 9/2/21 after being DFA by Toronto 8/31/21
  • 3 years/$19.75M (2018-20), plus 2021 club option
    • signed extension with San Diego 1/15/18, replacing 1 year, $3.6M deal signed 1/12/18, avoiding arbitration
    • $1.75M signing bonus
    • 18:$3.5M, 19:$6.5M, 20:$7M, 21:$10M club option ($1M buyout)
    • acquired by Cleveland in trade from San Diego 7/19/18 with $1,373,655 remaining in 2018 salary
    • Cleveland declined 2021 option 10/30/20
  • 1 year/$1.375M (2017)
    • re-signed by San Diego 1/13/17 (avoided arbitration)
  • 1 year/$540,000 (2016)
    • re-signed by Miami 3/16
    • claimed by San Diego off waivers 4/8/16 after being DFA by Miami 4/3/16
  • 1 year/$520,000 (2015)
    • re-signed by Miami 3/3/15
  • 1 year/$500,000 (2014)
    • re-signed by Miami 3/1/14
  • 1 year (2013)
    • re-signed by Miami 2/20/13
  • 1 year (2012)
    • re-signed by Miami 3/2/12
  • 1 year (2011)
    • contract purchased by Florida 6/6/11
  • drafted by Florida 2008 (2-52) (Chaska HS, Minn.)
  • signed 6/08, $760,000 signing bonus
  • agent: Jet Sports
  • ML service: 8.092

Zach Eflin rhp
1 year/$5.7M (2022), plus 2023 option

  • 1 year/$5.7M (2022), plus 2023 mutual option
    • signed extension, avoided arbitration with Philadelphia ($6.9M-$5.15M) 5/24/22
    • 22:$5.55M, 23:$15M mutual option ($150,000 buyout)
    • performance bonuses: $50,000 each for 100, 125 innings pitched. $75,000 for 150 IP. $125,000 for 75 IP.
  • 1 year/$4.45M (2021)
    • re-signed by Philadelphia 12/2/20 (avoided arbitration)
  • 1 year/$2.625M (2020)
    • re-signed by Philadelphia 1/10/20 (avoided arbitration)
  • 1 year/$590,000 (2019)
    • re-signed by Philadelphia 3/19
  • 1 year (2018)
    • re-signed by Philadelphia 3/18
  • 1 year (2017)
    • re-signed by Philadelphia 3/17
  • 1 year (2016)
    • contract selected by Philadelphia 6/14/16
  • acquired by Philadelphia in trade from LA Dodgers 12/19/14
  • acquired by LA Dodgers in trade from San Diego 12/18/14
  • drafted by San Diego 2012 (1s-33) (Hagerty HS, Oviedo, Fla.)
  • $1.2M signing bonus ($1.525M slot)
  • agent: O’Connell Sports
  • ML service: 5.018

David Robertson rhp
1 year/$3.5M (2022)

  • 1 year/$3.5M (2022)
    • signed by Chicago Cubs as a free agent 3/16/22
    • performance bonuses: $125,000 each for 25, 30, 35, 50 games
    • roster bonuses: $200,000 each for 30, 60, 90, 120, 150 days on active roster
    • assignment bonus: $100,000 if traded
    • acquired by Philadelphia in trade from Chicago Cubs 8/2/22 with $1,230,769 remaining on contract
  • 1 year (2021)
    • signed by Tampa Bay as a free agent 8/16/21
  • 4 years/$23M (2019-20), plus 2021 club option
    • signed by Philadelphia as a free agent 1/3/19
    • 19:10M, 20:$11M, 21:$12M club option ($2M buyout)
    • award bonuses: $50,000 each for All Star, Gold Glove, Silver Slugger, LCS MVP. $100,000 each for WS MVP, Cy Young ($50,000 for second place in CY vote, $25,000 for third)
    • Robertson to donate 1% of salary to club charity
    • Philadelphia declined 2021 option 10/30/20
  • 4 years/$46M (2012-15)
    • signed by Chicago White Sox as a free agent 12/8/14
    • 15:$10M, 16:$11M, 17:$12M, 18:$13M
    • award bonuses: $15,000 for All Star. $25,000 each for Gold Glove, All Star start. $50,000 for Sporting News All Star. $75,000 for LCS MVP. $100,000 each for MVP, Cy Young ($90,000 for second in vote, $80,000 for third, $70,000 for fourth, $60,000 for fifth)
    • limited no-trade protection (may block deals to five clubs: Detroit, LA Dodgers, NY Mets, Oakland, Philadelphia)
    • acquired by NY Yankees in trade from Chicago White Sox 7/18/17
  • 1 year/$5.215M (2014)
    • re-signed by NY Yankees 1/17/14 (avoided arbitration)
    • NY Yankees made qualifying offer 10/31/14
  • 1 year/$3.1M (2013)
    • re-signed by NY Yankees 1/25/13 (avoided arbitration, $3.55M-$2.85M)
  • 1 year/$1.6M (2012)
    • re-signed by NY Yankees 1/17/12 (avoided arbitration)
    • may earn additional $25,000 in performance bonuses
  • 1 year/$460,450 (2011)
    • re-signed by NY Yankees 3/11
  • 1 year/$426,650 (2010)
    • re-signed by NY Yankees 3/12/10
  • 1 year/$406,825 (2009)
    • re-signed by NY Yankees 3/3/09 (split contract, $102,812 in minors)
  • 1 year (2008)
    • contract purchased by NY Yankees 6/28/08
  • drafted by NY Yankees 2006 (17-524) (Alabama)
  • $200,000 signing bonus
  • agents: self-represented (replaced All Bases Covered 10/18)
  • ML service: 12.104

José Alvarado lhp
1 year/$1.9M (2022)

  • 1 year/$1.9M (2022)
    • re-signed by Philadelphia 3/22/22 (avoided arbitration)
  • 1 year/$1M (2021)
    • re-signed by Philadelphia 1/15/21 (avoided arbitration)
  • 1 year/$573,100 (2020)
    • re-signed by Tampa Bay 3/20
    • acquired by Philadelphia in trade from Tampa Bay 12/29/20
  • 1 year/$570,600 (2019)
    • re-signed by Tampa Bay 3/19
    • placed on restricted list 6/9/19 (family medical emergency)
    • activated 6/28/19
  • 1 year/$549,800 (2018)
    • re-signed by Tampa Bay 3/18
  • 1 year (2017)
    • contract selected by Tampa Bay 11/18/16
    • re-signed by Tampa Bay 3/17
  • signed by Tampa Bay 3/13/12 as an amateur free agent from Venezuela
  • $50,000 signing bonus
  • ML service: 4.088

Johan Camargo 2b
1 year/$1.4M (2022)

  • 1 year/$1.4M (2022)
    • signed by Philadelphia as a free agent 12/1/21
    • performance bonuses: $50,000 each for 450, 500 plate appearances
  • 1 year/$1.36M (2021)
    • re-signed by Atlanta 12/2/20 (avoided arbitration)
    • non-tendered by Atlanta 11/30/21
  • 1 year/$1.7M (2020)
    • re-signed by Atlanta 1/10/20 (avoided arbitration)
  • 1 year/$575,000 (2019)
    • re-signed by Atlanta 3/19
  • 1 year/$555,000 (2018)
    • re-signed by Atlanta 3/18
  • 1 year (2017)
    • contract selected by Atlanta 11/18/16
    • re-signed by Atlanta 3/17
  • signed by Atlanta 7/2/10 as an amateur free agent from Panama
  • agent: Octagon
  • ML service: 3.161

Ranger Suárez lhp
1 year/$730,000 (2022)

  • 1 year/$730,00 (2022)
    • re-signed by Philadelphia 3/22
  • 1 year (2021)
    • re-signed by Philadelphia 3/21
  • 1 year/$570,000 (2020)
    • re-signed by Philadelphia 3/20
  • 1 year (2019)
    • re-signed by Philadelphia 3/19
  • 1 year (2018)
    • contract selected by Philadelphia 11/20/17
    • re-signed by Philadelphia 3/18
  • signed by Philadelphia 4/1/12 as an amateur free agent from Venezuela
  • agent: LA Sports Management
  • ML service: 2.112

Seranthony Domínguez rhp
1 year/$725,000 (2022)

  • 1 year/$725,000 (2022)
    • re-signed by Philadelphia 11/30/21 (avoided arbitration)
  • 1 year/$727,500 (2021)
    • re-signed by Philadelphia 12/1/20 (avoided arbitration)
  • 1 year/$571,500 (2020)
    • re-signed by Philadelphia 3/20
  • 1 year (2019)
    • re-signed by Philadelphia 3/19
  • 1 year (2018)
    • contract selected by Philadelphia 11/20/17
    • re-signed by Philadelphia 3/18
  • signed by Philadelphia 10/6/11 as an amateur free agent from the Dominican Republic
  • ML service: 3.131

Sam Coonrod rhp
1 year/$717,500 (2022)

  • 1 year/$717,500 (2022)
    • re-signed by Philadelphia 3/22
  • 1 year/$573,000 (2021)
    • acquired by Philadelphia in trade from San Francisco 1/9/21
    • re-signed by Philadelphia 3/211
  • 1 year/$566,625 (2020)
    • re-signed by San Francisco 3/20
  • 1 year (2019)
    • contract selected by San Francisco 11/20/18
    • re-signed by San Francisco 3/19
  • drafted by San Francisco 2014 (5-148) (Southern Illinois)
  • $330,000 signing bonus (slot amount)
  • agent: Wasserman
  • ML service: 2.078

Edmundo Sosa ss
1 year/$715,600 (2022)

  • 1 year/$715,600 (2022)
    • re-signed by St. Louis 3/22
    • acquired by Philadelphia in trade from St. Louis 7/30/22
  • 1 year/$575,900 (2021)
    • re-signed by St. Louis 3/21
  • 1 year/$563,500 (2020)
    • re-signed by St. Louis 3/20
  • 1 year (2019)
    • re-signed by St. Louis 3/10/19
  • 1 year (2018)
    • re-signed by St. Louis 3/18
  • 1 year (2017)
    • contract selected by St. Louis 11/18/16
    • re-signed by St. Louis 3/17
  • signed by St. Louis 7/2/12 as an amateur free agent from Panama
  • $425,000 signing bonus
  • agent: Octagon
  • ML service: 1.140

Alec Bohm rhp
1 year/$715,000 (2022)

  • 1 year/$715,000 (2022)
    • re-signed by Philadelphia 3/22
  • 1 year/$575,000 (2021)
    • re-signed by Philadelphia 3/21
  • 1 year (2020)
    • contract selected by Philadelphia 8/13/20
  • drafted by Philadelphia 2018 (1-3) (Wichita State)
  • $5.85M signing bonus ($6.9475M slot)
  • agent: Boras Corp.
  • ML service: 1.106

Connor Brogdon rhp
1 year/$715,000 (2022)

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  • 1 year/$715,000 (2022)
    • re-signed by Philadelphia 3/22
  • 1 year/$571,500 (2021)
    • re-signed by Philadelphia 3/21
  • 1 year (2020)
    • contract selected by Philadelphia 8/11/20
  • drafted by Philadelphia 2017 (10-293) (Lewis & Clark State, Idaho)
  • $5,000 signing bonus ($135,500 slot)
  • agent: PSI Sports
  • ML service: 1.081

Brandon Marsh of
1 year/$710,000 (2022)

  • 1 year/$710,000 (2022)
    • re-signed by LA Angels 3/22
    • acquired by Philadelphia in trade from LA Angels 8/2/22 with $249,670 remaining on contract
  • 1 year (2021)
    • contract selected by LA Angels 11/20/20
    • re-signed by LA Angels 3/21
  • drafted by LA Angels 2016 (2-60) (Buford HS, Ga.)
  • $1.0733M signing bonus (slot amount)
  • agent: ACES
  • ML service: 0.078

Nick Nelson rhp
1 year/$706,000 (2022)

  • 1 year/$706,000 (2022)
    • re-signed by Philadelphia 3/22
  • 1 year/$575,150 (2021)
    • re-signed by NY Yankees 3/21
    • acquired by Philadelphia in trade from NY Yankees 11/19/21
  • 1 year (2020)
    • contract selected by NY Yankees 11/20/19
    • re-signed by NY Yankees 3/20
  • drafted by NY Yankees 2016 (4-128) (Gulf Coast State JC, Fla.)
  • $350,000 signing bonus ($455,400 slot)
  • ML service: 1.049

Garrett Stubbs c
1 year/$704,500 (2022)

  • 1 year/$704,500 (2022)
    • re-signed by Philadelphia 3/22
  • 1 year (2021)
    • re-signed by Houston 3/21
    • acquired by Philadelphia in trade from Houston 11/19/21
  • 1 year/$565,400 (2020)
    • re-signed by Houston 3/20
  • 1 year (2019)
    • contract selected by Houston 11/20/18
    • re-signed by Houston 3/19
  • drafted by Houston 2015 (8-229) (USC)
  • $100,000 signing bonus ($176,000 slot)
  • ML service: 1.104

Matt Vierling of
1 year/$704,000 (2022)

  • 1 year/$704,000 (2022)
    • re-signed by Philadelphia 3/22
  • 1 year (2021)
    • contract selected by Philadelphia 6/19/21
  • drafted by Philadelphia 2018 (5-137) (Notre Dame)
  • $380,000 signing bonus ($390,600 slot)
  • ML service: 0.043

Bailey Falter lhp
1 year/$703,000 (2022)

  • 1 year/$703,000 (2022)
    • re-signed by Philadelphia 3/22
  • 1 year (2021)
    • contract selected by Philadelphia 11/20/20
    • re-signed by Philadelphia 3/21
  • drafted by Philadelphia 2015 (5-144) (Chino Hills HS, Calif.)
  • $420,000 signing bonus ($373,100 slot)
  • ML service: 0.119

Kent Emanuel lhp
1 year/$702,000 (2022)

  • 1 year/$702,000 (2022)
    • re-signed by Philadelphia 3/22
  • 1 year/$570,500 (2021)
    • re-signed by Houston 3/21
    • claimed by Philadelphia off waivers from Houston 11/19/21
  • 1 year (2020)
    • contract selected by Houston 11/4/19
    • re-signed by Houston 3/20
    • placed on restricted list 8/6/20 (80-game suspension, PED violation)
  • drafted by Houston 2013 (3-74) (North Carolina)
  • $747,700 signing bonus (slot amount)
  • ML service: 0.164

Rafael Marchan c
1 year/$701,500 (2022)

  • 1 year/$701,500 (2022)
    • re-signed by Philadelphia 3/22
  • 1 year (2021)
    • re-signed by Philadelphia 3/21
  • 1 year (2020)
    • contract selected by Philadelphia 9/13/20
  • signed by Philadelphia 7/2/15 as an amateur free agent from Venezuela
  • $200,000 signing bonus
  • ML service: 0.094

Damon Jones lhp
1 year/$701,000 (2022)

  • 1 year/$701,000 (2022)
    • re-signed by Philadelphia 3/22
  • 1 year (2021)
    • contract selected by Philadelphia 11/20/20
    • re-signed by Philadelphia 3/21
  • drafted by Philadelphia 2017 (18-533) (Washington State)
  • ML service: 0.020

Cristopher Sánchez lhp
1 year/$701,000 (2022)

  • 1 year/$701,000 (2022)
    • re-signed by Philadelphia 3/22
  • 1 year (2021)
    • re-signed by Philadelphia 3/21
  • 1 year (2020)
    • acquired by Philadelphia in trade from Tampa Bay 11/20/19
    • contract selected by Philadelphia 11/20/19
    • re-signed by Philadelphia 3/20
  • drafted by Tampa Bay 7/15/13 as an amateur free agent from the Dominican Republic
  • ML service: 0.032

Bryson Stott ss
1 year/$700,000 (2022)

  • 1 year/$700,000 (2022)
    • contract selected by Philadelphia 4/6/22
  • drafted by Philadelphia 2019 (1-14) (UNLV)
  • $3.9M signing bonus ($4,036,800 slot)
  • ML service: 0.000

Mark Appel rhp
1 year (2022)

  • 1 year (2022)
    • contract selected by Philadelphia 6/25/22
  • 1 year (2021)
    • re-signed by Philadelphia (minor-league contract)
  • 2020
    • did not pitch
  • 2018-19
    • placed on restricted list (stepped away from game)
  • 1 year (2017)
    • contract selected by Philadelphia 11/18/16
    • re-signed by Philadelphia 3/17
    • DFA by Philadelphia 11/20/17, sent outright to Triple-A 11/27/17
  • acquired by Philadelphia in trade from Houston 12/12/15
  • drafted by Houston 2013 (1-1) (Stanford)
  • $6.35M signing bonus ($7,790,400 slot)
  • agent: Boras Corp.
  • ML service: 0.000

Andrew Bellatti rhp
1 year (2022)

  • 1 year (2022)
    • signed by Philadelphia as a free agent 12/14/21 (minor-league contract)
    • contract selected by Philadelphia 4/14/22
  • 1 year (2021)
    • signed by Miami as a free agent (minor-league contract)
    • contract selected by Miami 7/19/21
    • DFA by Miami 7/23/21, sent outright to Triple-A 7/26/21
    • contract selected by Miami 10/1/21
    • sent outright to Triple-A by Miami 10/21/21
  • 2020
    • Sugar Land of independent Atlantic League
  • 1 year (2019)
    • signed by NY Yankees as a free agent 3/19 (minor-league contract)
    • released by NY Yankees 8/22/19
  • 2018
    • did not play
  • 1 year (2017)
    • signed by Baltimore as a free agent 3/17 (minor-league contract)
  • 1 year (2016)
    • re-signed by Tampa Bay 3/16
    • DFA by Tampa Bay 6/24/16, sent outright to Triple-A 6/27/16
  • 1 year (2015)
    • contract selected by Tampa Bay 5/9/15
  • drafted by Tampa Bay 2009 (12-379) (Steele Canyon HS, Spring Valley, Calif.)
  • $100,000 signing bonus
  • ML service: 0.072 (through 2020)

Hans Crouse rhp
1 year (2022)

  • 1 year (2022)
    • re-signed by Philadelphia 3/22
  • 1 year (2021)
    • contract selected by Philadelphia 9/26/21
  • acquired by Philadelphia in trade from Texas 7/30/21
  • drafted by Texas 2017 (2-66) (Dana Hills HS, Dana Point, Calif.)
  • $1.45M signing bonus ($926,500 slot)
  • ML service: 0.008

Luis Garcia ss
1 year (2022)

  • 1 year (2022)
    • contract selected by Philadelphia 11/19/21
    • re-signed by Philadelphia 3/22
  • signed by Philadelphia 7/2/17 as an amateur free agent from the Dominican Republic
  • $2.5M signing bonus
  • ML service: 0.000

Darick Hall 1b-dh
1 year (2022)

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  • 1 year (2022)
    • contract selected by Philadelphia 6/29/22
  • drafted by Philadelphia 2016 (14-407) (Dallas Baptist)
  • $95,000 signing bonus
  • ML service: 0.000

Nick Maton ss
1 year (2022)

  • 1 year (2022)
    • re-signed by Philadelphia 3/22
  • 1 year (2021)
    • contract selected by Philadelphia 11/20/20
    • re-signed by Philadelphia 3/21
  • drafted by Philadelphia 2017 (7-203) (Lincoln Land JC, Ill.)
  • $353,400 signing bonus ($208,500 slot)
  • ML service: 0.088

James McArthur rhp
1 year (2022)

  • 1 year (2022)
    • contract selected by Philadelphia 11/19/21
    • re-signed by Philadelphia 3/22
  • drafted by Philadelphia 2018 (12-347) (Mississippi)
  • $125,000 signing bonus
  • ML service: 0.000

Francisco Morales rhp
1 year (2022)

  • 1 year (2022)
    • re-signed by Philadelphia 3/22
  • 1 year (2021)
    • contract selected by Philadelphia 11/20/20
    • re-signed by Philadelphia 3/21
  • signed by Philadelphia 7/2/16 as an amateur free agent from Venezuela
  • $720,000 signing bonus
  • ML service: 0.000

Yairo Munoz ss
1 year (2022)

  • 1 year (2022)
    • signed by Philadelphia as a free agent 2/12/22 (minor-league contract)
    • contract selected by Philadelphia 6/14/22
  • 1 year (2021)
    • contract selected by Boston 8/27/21
    • sent outright to Triple-A by Boston 10/6/21
  • 1 year (2020)
    • released by St. Louis 3/7/20
    • signed by Boston as a free agent 3/24/20 (minor-league contract)
    • contract selected by Boston 8/31/20
    • sent outright to Triple-A by Boston 12/7/20
  • 1 year/$562,000 (2019)
    • re-signed by St. Louis 3/10/19
    • placed on restricted list 6/20/19 (travel delay in returning from paternity leave), activated 6/21/19
  • 1 year/$545,000 (2018)
    • acquired by St. Louis in trade from Oakland 12/14/17
    • re-signed by St. Louis 3/18
  • 1 year (2017)
    • contract selected by Oakland 11/18/16
    • re-signed by Oakland 3/17
  • signed by Oakland 1/27/12 as an amateur free agent from the Dominican Republic
  • $280,000 signing bonus
  • ML service: 2.098

Simon Muzziotti cf
1 year (2022)

  • 1 year (2022)
    • re-signed by Philadelphia 3/22
  • 1 year (2021)
    • contract selected by Philadelphia 11/20/20
    • re-signed by Philadelphia 3/21
    • placed on restricted list (visa issue), activated, assigned to minors
  • signed by Philadelphia as a free agent (minor-league contract, $750,000 signing bonus)
  • signed by Boston 7/2/15 as an amateur free agent from Venezuela ($300,000 signing bonus) (MLB declared Muzziotti a free agent in 2016 after determining Boston violated international bonus pool rules in signing him.)
  • ML service: 0.000

Jhailyn Ortiz rf
1 year (2022)

  • 1 year (2022)
    • contract selected by Philadelphia 11/19/21
    • re-signed by Philadelphia 3/22
  • signed by Philadelphia 7/9/15 as an amateur free agent from the Dominican Republic
  • $4M signing bonus
  • ML service: 0.000

Donny Sands c
1 year (2022)

  • 1 year (2022)
    • contract selected by NY Yankees 11/7/21
    • acquired by Philadelphia in trade from NY Yankees 11/19/21
    • re-signed by Philadelphia 3/22
  • drafted by NY Yankees 2015 (8-243) (Salpointe Catholic HS, Tucson, Ariz.)
  • $100,000 signing bonus ($170,300 slot)
  • ML service: 0.000

Minor leagues

Mick Abel rhp
2022

  • drafted by Philadelphia 2020 (1-15) (Jesuit HS, Portland, Ore.)
  • $4.075M signing bonus ($3.8858M slot)
  • ML service:

John Andreoli of-c
1 year (2022)

  • 1 year (2022)
    • signed by Philadelphia as a free agent 3/10/22 (minor-league contract)
  • 1 year (2021)
    • signed by San Diego as a free agent 2/16/21 (minor-league contract)
    • contract selected by San Diego 5/11/21
    • returned to Alternate Training Site 5/19/21
  • 1 year (2020)
    • signed by Boston as a free agent 12/20/19 (minor-league contract)
    • released by Boston 8/7/20
  • 1 year (2019)
    • claimed by Texas off waivers 1/15/19 after being DFA by Seattle 1/10/19
    • claimed by San Francisco off waivers 2/1/19 after being DFA by Texas 1/29/19
    • DFA by San Francisco 2/5/19, sent outright to Triple-A 2/10/19
    • acquired by Minnesota in trade from San Francisco 3/23/19
    • acquired by Seattle in trade from Minnesota 6/2/19
  • 1 year (2018)
    • signed by Seattle as a free agent 1/16/18 (minor-league contract)
    • contract selected by Seattle 5/23/18
    • claimed by Baltimore off waivers 8/18/18 after being DFA by Seattle 8/17/18
    • claimed by Seattle off waivers from Baltimore 10/31/18
  • drafted by Chicago Cubs 2011 (17-519) (Connecticut)
  • $0.1346M signing bonus
  • ML service: 0.061

Aaron Barrett rhp
1 year (2022)

  • 1 year (2022)
    • signed by Philadelphia as a free agent 3/7/22 (minor-league contract)
  • 1 year (2021)
    • re-signed by Washington as a free agent 11/5/20 (minor-league contract)
  • 1 year (2020)
    • re-signed by Washington 3/20
    • sent outright to Triple-A by Washington 10/9/20
  • 1 year (2019)
    • re-signed by Washington (minor-league contract)
    • contract selected by Washington 9/4/19
  • 1 year (2018)
    • re-signed by Washington (minor-league contract)
  • 1 year (2017)
    • re-signed by Washington as a free agent 4/3/17 (minor-league contract)
  • 1 year/$519,400 (2016)
    • re-signed by Washington 3/16
    • sent outright to Triple-A by Washington 10/25/16
  • 1 year/$514,200 (2015)
    • re-signed by Washington 3/15
  • 1 year/$500,000 (2014)
    • contract purchased by Washington 11/20/13
    • re-signed by Washington 2/26/14
  • drafted by Washington 2010 (9-266) (University of Mississippi)
  • $35,000 signing bonus
  • agent: Excel Sports
  • ML service: 3.034

Cam Bedrosian rhp
1 year (2022)

  • 1 year (2022)
    • re-signed by Philadelphia as a free agent 12/14/21 (minor-league contract)
  • 1 year (2021)
    • signed by Cincinnati as a free agent 2/16/21 (minor-league contract with salary of $1.5M in majors)
    • contract selected by Cincinnati 3/29/21
    • DFA by Cincinnati 4/17/21, sent outright to Alternate Site 4/19/21 (refused assignment, elected free agency)
    • signed by Oakland as a free agent 5/1/21 (minor-league contract)
    • contract selected by Oakland 5/21/21
    • DFA by Oakland 6/29/21, sent outright to Triple-A 7/2/21
    • signed by Philadelphia as a free agent 7/7/21 (minor-league contract)
    • contract selected by Philadelphia 9/1/21
  • 1 year/$2.8M (2020)
    • re-signed by LA Angels 1/9/20 (avoided arbitration)
    • sent outright to Triple-A by LA Angels 10/30/20 (elected free agency)
  • 1 year/$1.75M (2019)
    • re-signed by LA Angels 1/11/19 (avoided arbitration)
  • 1 year/$1.1M (2018)
    • re-signed by LA Angels 1/12/18 (avoided arbitration)
  • 1 year/$555,000 (2017)
    • re-signed by LA Angels 3/17
  • 1 year/$510,500 (2016)
    • re-signed by LA Angels 3/16
  • 1 year (2015)
    • re-signed by LA Angels 3/9/15
  • 1 year (2014)
    • contract selected by LA Angels 6/3/14
  • drafted by LA Angels 2010 (1-29) (East Coweta HS, Sharpsburg, Ga.)
  • $1.116M signing bonus
  • ML service: 6.074

Kyle Dohy lhp
1 year (2022)

  • 1 year (2022)
    • re-signed Philadelphia as a free agent 12/1/21 (minor-league contract)
  • 1 year (2021)
    • contract selected by Philadelphia 11/20/20
    • re-signed by Philadelphia 3/21
    • DFA by Philadelphia, sent outright to Alternate Training Site 4/1/21
    • contract selected by Philadelphia 9/25/21
    • non-tendered by Philadelphia 11/30/21
  • drafted by Philadelphia 2017 (16-473) (Cal Poly Pomona)
  • ML service: 0.009

Nick Duron rhp
1 year (2022)

  • 1 year (2022)
    • signed by Philadelphia as a free agent (minor-league contract)
    • contract selected by Philadelphia 7/12/22
    • returned to Triple-A by Philadelphia 7/14/22
  • 2019
    • released by Boston 3/28/19
    • signed by Seattle as a free agent 6/8/19 (minor-league contract)
  • drafted by Boston 2015 (31-921) (Clark JC, Wash.)
  • ML service: 0.000

Jace Fry lhp
1 year (2022)

(Video) Bryce Harper's $330-million contract with Philadelphia Phillies, 135-days after his birthday

  • 1 year (2022)
    • signed by Washington as a free agent 3/19/22 (minor-league contract)
    • released by Washington 6/24/22
    • signed by Philadelphia as a free agent 6/26/22 (minor-league contract)
  • 1 year/$862,500 (2021)
    • re-signed by Chicago White Sox 12/2/20 (avoided arbitration)
    • sent outright to Triple-A by Chicago White Sox 11/5/21 (elected free agency)
  • 1 year/$590,000 (2020)
    • re-signed by Chicago White Sox 3/20
  • 1 year/$569,000 (2019)
    • re-signed by Chicago White Sox 3/19
  • 1 year (2018)
    • re-signed by Chicago White Sox 2/18
  • 1 year (2017)
    • contract selected by Chicago White Sox 9/5/17
  • drafted by Chicago White Sox 2014 (3-77) (Oregon State)
  • $760,000 signing bonus ($726,000 slot)
  • agent: Northwest Sports Management
  • ML service: 3.118

Joe Gatto rhp
1 year (2022)

  • 1 year (2022)
    • signed by Philadelphia as a free agent 12/14/21 (minor-league contract)
  • 1 year/$575,500 (2021)
    • signed by Texas as a free agent 12/3/20
    • sent outright to Triple-A by Texas 3/22/21
  • drafted by LA Angels 2014 (2-53) (St. Augustine Prep, Richland, N.J.)
  • $1.2M signing bonus ($1,050,600 slot)
  • ML service: 0.000

Michael Kelly rhp
1 year (2022)

  • 1 year (2022)
    • signed by Philadelphia as a free agent 11/28/21 (minor-league contract)
    • contract selected by Philadelphia 6/13/22
    • sent outright to Triple-A by Philadelphia 7/14/22
  • 1 year (2021)
    • signed by Houston as a free agent 5/11/21 (minor-league contract)
  • 2020
    • did not pitch
  • 2019
    • Southern Maryland of independent Atlantic League
  • 1 year (2018)
    • signed by Baltimore as a free agent 11/17/17 (minor-league contract)
    • sent outright to Triple-A by Baltimore 4/5/18
  • drafted by San Diego 2011 (1s-48) (West Boca Raton Community HS, Fla.)
  • $718,000 signing bonus ($728,000 slot)
  • ML service: 0.000

Scott Kingery 2b
6 years/$24M (2018-23), plus 2024-26 options

  • 6 years/$24M (2018-23), plus 2024-26 club options
    • signed extension with Philadelphia 3/25/18
    • $1.5M signing bonus
    • 18:$750,000, 19:$1.25M, 20:$1.5M, 21:$4M, 22:$6M, 23:$8M, 24:$13M club option ($1M buyout), 25:$14M club option, 26:$15M club option
    • sent outright to Triple-A by Philadelphia 6/7/21
    • contract selected by Philadelphia 6/7/22
    • sent outright to Triple-A by Philadelphia 6/10/22
  • drafted by Philadelphia 2015 (2-48) (Arizona)
  • $1.2596M signing bonus (slot amount)
  • agent: PSI Sports
  • ML service: 3.047

Drew Maggi 3b
1 year (2022)

  • 1 year (2022)
    • signed by Philadelphia as a free agent 3/7/22 (minor-league contract)
  • 1 year (2021)
    • signed by Minnesota as a free agent 2/8/21 (minor-league contract)
    • contract selected by Minnesota 9/18/21
    • sent outright to Triple-A by Minnesota 10/7/21
  • 2020
    • did not play
  • 1 year (2019)
    • re-signed by Cleveland 1/28/19 (minor-league contract)
  • 1 year (2018)
    • signed by Cleveland as a free agent 11/28/17 (minor-league contract)
  • 1 year (2017)
    • re-signed by LA Dodgers 1/3/17 (minor-league contract)
  • 1 year (2016)
    • signed by LA Dodgers as a free agent 1/24/16 (minor-league contract)
  • 1 year (2015)
    • released by Pittsburgh 3/8/15
    • signed by LA Angels as a free agent 3/12/15 (minor-league contract)
  • drafted by Pittsburgh 2010 (15-447) (Arizona State)
  • $468,000 signing bonus
  • ML service: 0.000 (through 2020)

Dillon Maples rhp
1 year (2022)

  • 1 year (2022)
    • signed by Philadelphia as a free agent 3/15/22 (minor-league contract)
  • 1 year (2021)
    • signed by Minnesota as a free agent 2/8/21 (minor-league contract)
  • 1 year/$576,500 (2021)
    • re-signed by Chicago Cubs 3/21
    • DFA by Chicago Cubs 9/19/21, sent outright to Triple-A 9/21/21
  • 1 year/$568,500 (2020)
    • re-signed by Chicago Cubs 3/20
  • 1 year (2019)
    • re-signed by Chicago Cubs 3/19
  • 1 year (2018)
    • re-signed by Chicago Cubs 3/18
  • 1 year (2017)
    • contract selected by Chicago Cubs 9/1/17
  • drafted by Chicago Cubs 2011 (14-429) (Pinecrest HS, Southern Pines, N.C.)
  • $2.5M signing bonus
  • agent: CAA
  • ML service: 1.136

James Marvel rhp
1 year (2022)

  • 1 year (2022)
    • signed by Philadelphia as a free agent 3/7/22 (minor-league contract)
  • 1 year (2021)
    • re-signed by Pittsburgh (minor-league contract)
  • 1 year (2020)
    • re-signed by Pittsburgh as a free agent (minor-league contract)
  • 1 year (2019)
    • contract selected by Pittsburgh 9/8/19
    • sent outright to Triple-A by Pittsburgh 11/4/19
  • drafted by Pittsburgh 2015 (36-1,087) (Duke)
  • $150,000 signing bonus
  • ML service: 0.022

Scott Moss lhp
2022

  • 2022
    • DFA by Philadelphia 3/15/22, sent outright to Triple-A 3/16/22
  • 1 year (2021)
    • re-signed by Cleveland 3/21
    • claimed by Philadelphia off waivers 11/24/21 after being DFA by Cleveland 11/19/21
  • 1 year (2020)
    • contract selected by Cleveland 11/20/19
    • re-signed by Cleveland 3/20
  • acquired by Cleveland in trade from Cincinnati 7/31/19
  • drafted by Cincinnati 2016 (4-108) (Florida)
  • $577,400 signing bonus ($552,400 slot)
  • ML service: 0.000

Jake Newberry rhp
1 year (2022)

  • 1 year (2022)
    • signed by Philadelphia as a free agent 12/14/21 (minor-league contract)
  • 1 year (2021)
    • re-signed by Kansas City 3/21
    • DFA by Kansas City 6/7/21, sent outright to Triple-A 6/11/21
  • 1 year/$571,500 (2020)
    • re-signed by Kansas City 2/12/20
  • 1 year (2019)
    • re-signed by Kansas City 2/19
  • 1 year (2018)
    • contract selected by Kansas City 8/18/18
  • drafted by Kansas City 2012 (37-1,123) (Mira Mesa HS, San Diego)
  • ML service: 2.007

Andrew Painter rhp
2022

  • drafted by Philadelphia 2021 (1-13) (Calvary Christian Academy, Fla.)
  • $3.9M signing bonus ($4,197,300 slot)
  • ML service:

Daniel Robertson 3b
1 year (2022)

  • 1 year (2022)
    • signed by Minnesota as a free agent 2/6/22 (minor-league contract)
    • acquired by Philadelphia in trade from Minnesota 6/20/22
  • 1 year/$900,000 (2021)
    • signed by Milwaukee as a free agent 1/12/21
    • may earn additional $400,000 in performance bonuses
    • DFA by Milwaukee 7/7/21, sent outright to Triple-A 7/13/21
  • 1 year/$1.025 (2020)
    • re-signed by Tampa Bay 1/10/20 (avoided arbitration)
    • acquired by Minnesota in trade 8/23/20 after being DFA by Tampa Bay 8/18/20
    • non-tendered by San Francisco 12/2/20
  • 1 year/$570,300 (2019)
    • re-signed by Tampa Bay 3/19
  • 1 year/$548,300 (2018)
    • re-signed by Tampa Bay 3/18
  • 1 year/$535,000 (2017)
    • contract selected by Tampa Bay 11/18/16
    • re-signed by Tampa Bay 3/17
  • acquired by Tampa Bay in trade from Oakland 1/10/15
  • drafted by Oakland 2012 (1s-34) (Upland HS, Calif.)
  • $1.5M signing bonus (slot amount)
  • agent: MVP Sports
  • ML service: 3.133

Johan Rojas of
2022

  • signed by Philadelphia 1/18/18 as an amateur free agent from the Dominican Republic
  • $10,000 signing bonus
  • ML service:

Bubby Rossman rhp
1 year (2022)

  • 1 year (2022)
    • signed by Philadelphia as a free agent 11/9/21 (minor-league contract)
    • contract selected by Philadelphia 7/13/22
    • returned to Triple-A by Philadelphia 7/14/22
  • released by LA Dodgers 8/28/16
  • drafted by LA Dodgers 2014 (22-669) (Cal State Dominguez Hills)
  • ML service: 0.000

Ryan Sherriff rhp
1 year/$708,000 (2022)

  • 1 year/$708,000 (2022)
    • re-signed by Philadelphia 3/22
    • DFA by Philadelphia 8/1/22, sent outright to Triple-A 8/6/22
  • 1 year (2021)
    • re-signed by Tampa Bay 3/21
    • claimed by Philadelphia off waivers from Tampa Bay 11/5/21
  • 1 year (2020)
    • re-signed by Tampa Bay (minor-league contract)
    • contract selected by Tampa Bay 8/26/20
  • 1 year (2019)
    • signed by Tampa Bay as a free agent 10/16/18 (minor-league contract)
  • 1 year (2018)
    • re-signed by St. Louis 3/18
    • released by St. Louis 8/26/18
  • 1 year (2017)
    • contract selected by St. Louis 8/23/17
  • drafted by St. Louis 2011 (28-860) (Glendale JC, Calif.)
  • ML service: 1.029

Jeff Singer lhp
1 year (2022)

  • 1 year (2022)
    • contract selected by Philadelphia 4/12/22
    • DFA by Philadelphia 4/13/22, sent outright to Triple-A 4/15/22
  • signed by Philadelphia 10/15/15 as an amateur free agent (Rutgers-Camden, N.J.)
  • ML service: 0.000

Will Toffey 3b
1 year (2022)

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  • 1 year (2022)
    • signed by Philadelphia as a free agent (minor-league contract)
    • contract selected by Philadelphia 7/13/22
    • sent outright to Triple-A by Philadelphia 7/15/22
  • drafted by Oakland 2017 (4-111) (Vanderbilt)
  • $482,600 signing bonus (slot amount)
  • ML service: 0.000

Andrew Vasquez lhp
1 year (2022)

  • 1 year (2022)
    • signed by Toronto as a free agent 3/11/22
    • claimed by Philadelphia off waivers from Toronto 8/2/22
    • DFA by Philadelphia 8/15/22
  • 1 year (2021)
    • re-signed by Minnesota (minor-league contract)
    • acquired by LA Dodgers in trade from Minnesota 8/31/21
    • contract selected by LA Dodgers 9/2/21
    • non-tendered by LA Dodgers 11/30/21
  • 2020
    • did not play
  • 1 year (2019)
    • re-signed by Minnesota 3/19
    • sent outright to Triple-A by Minnesota 7/4/19
  • 1 year (2018)
    • contract selected by Minnesota 9/1/18
  • drafted by Minnesota 2015 (32-950) (Westmont College, Calif.)
  • ML service: 0.045

Justin Williams of
1 year (2022)

  • 1 year (2022)
    • signed by Philadelphia as a free agent 3/7/22 (minor-league contract)
  • 1 year/$572,000 (2021)
    • re-signed by St. Louis 3/21
    • sent outright to Triple-A by St. Louis 11/5/21 (elected free agency)
  • 1 year (2020)
    • re-signed by St. Louis 3/20
  • 1 year/$555,100 (2019)
    • re-signed by St. Louis 3/10/19
  • 1 year (2018)
    • contract selected by Tampa Bay 11/20/17
    • re-signed by Tampa Bay 3/18
    • acquired by St. Louis in trade from Tampa Bay 7/31/18
  • acquired by Tampa Bay in trade from Arizona 11/14/14
  • drafted by Arizona 2013 (2-52) (Terrebonne HS, Houma, La.)
  • $1.05M signing bonus ($1.0492M slot)
  • agent: Roc Nation
  • ML service: 0.137

Ethan Wilson of
2022

  • drafted by Philadelphia 2021 (2-49) (South Alabama)
  • $1,507,600 signing bonus (slot amount)
  • ML service:

FAQs

How much cap space do the Phillies have? ›

With more than $43 million in space, the Phillies should be able to acquire two outfielders and a reliever while staying under the tax.

What is the Phillies 2022 payroll? ›

Phillies 2022 Payroll
Active Players (26)AgePayroll Salary
Nick Castellanos30$20,000,000
Kyle Schwarber29$19,000,000
Aaron Nola29$15,500,000
Jean Segura32$14,850,000
22 more rows

How much do Phillies baseball players make? ›

Phillies 2022 Payroll
Active Players (27)AgeAdj. Salary
J.T. Realmuto31$23,875,000
Nick Castellanos30$20,000,000
Kyle Schwarber29$19,000,000
Aaron Nola29$15,500,000
23 more rows

How much do the Phillies make a year? ›

In 2021, the revenue of the Philadelphia Phillies amounted to 323 million U.S. dollars. The Major League Baseball franchise generated 130 percent more revenue in 2021 than in 2020.

How much do minor league baseball players make? ›

After all, minor leaguers earn anywhere from $4,800 per year in rookie ball to approximately $14,000 annually in Triple-A, according to The Washington Post.

How much is the luxury tax in baseball? ›

were fourth at $233.1M, "on track to pay a tax" of roughly $629,000.

Which MLB team has highest payroll? ›

Largest MLB Payroll Increases From 2021 to Opening Day 2022
  • Texas Rangers: +40.89%
  • Detroit Tigers: +34.38%
  • Chicago White Sox: +28.90%
  • New York Mets: +25.81%
  • Milwaukee Brewers: +23.05%
  • Miami Marlins: +18.64%
  • New York Yankees: +16.83%
  • San Diego Padres: +16.14%
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Which team spends the most in baseball? ›

MLB Team Payroll Tracker
RankTeamBuried
1Los Angeles Dodgers LAD$8,445,000
2New York Mets NYM$13,068,000
3New York Yankees NYY$4,300,000
4PHI$18,865,500
28 more rows

Which baseball team pays the most? ›

2022 MLB Opening Day Payrolls
RkTeam26-Man Payroll
1Los Angeles Dodgers$234,350,000
2New York Mets$230,699,999
3New York Yankees$224,540,714
4Philadelphia Phillies$208,238,462
27 more rows

Who's the highest paid player on the Philadelphia Phillies? ›

1. Ryan Howard. The slugging first baseman takes the throne as the highest-paid player in Phillies history.

Is baseball salary guaranteed? ›

Players who obtain Major League contracts are guaranteed the full amount of money promised by those contracts. Conversely, players signed to Minor League contracts must earn a spot on the roster in Spring Training or via an in-season promotion in order to have their contracts guaranteed.

How much would it cost to buy the Phillies? ›

Philadelphia Phillies 10th in Sportico's 2021 MLB Valuations at $2.28B.

How much are the Phillies over the luxury tax? ›

The Phillies are in uncharted waters. After signing left fielder/designated hitter Kyle Schwarber to a four-year, $79 million contract, they surpassed the luxury tax threshold for the first time by giving outfielder/designated hitter Nick Castellanos a five-year, $100 million deal.

What is John Middleton's net worth? ›

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 lowest paid MLB player? ›

The highest paid player on the team was infielder Jonathan Villar, who earned $8.2 million, followed by outfielder Corey Dickerson at $8 million; and infielder Miguel Rojas, who made $4.7 million. The lowest paid MLB players were Andrew Parrino, Stephen Tarpley and Magneuris Sierra, who made $563,500.

What is the lowest paid MLB player? ›

Major League Baseball has a minimum player salary in place to ensure that its athletes are fairly compensated for the work they do. The MLB minimum salary in 2022 stood at 700 thousand U.S. dollars annually, representing a steady increase each year over the last 15 years.

How much money do the Phillies have to spend? ›

If the luxury tax threshold — which increased by $2 million in each of the last two years of the CBA that just expired — were to remain at $210 million for 2022 once the new CBA is finalized, the Phillies would have about $32 million of wiggle room.

Who did the Phillies pick up in free agency? ›

According to Jeff Passan of ESPN, the club has come to terms with free agent Nick Castellanos. Per Jon Heyman of Audacy Sports, Castellanos gets a five-year/$100 million deal.

How much is the Phillies payroll? ›

The Phils' payroll this past season was an estimated $205 million, just under the luxury tax threshold of $210 million.

What's the MLB salary cap? ›

Right now in the MLB, there is no salary cap. This provides an unfair advantage for big market teams such as the New York Yankees, Boston Red Sox, and other rich teams. In order to maintain a competitive league throughout the entire 162 game season, a salary cap must be instituted in the MLB.

How much are the Phillies over the luxury tax? ›

The Phillies are in uncharted waters. After signing left fielder/designated hitter Kyle Schwarber to a four-year, $79 million contract, they surpassed the luxury tax threshold for the first time by giving outfielder/designated hitter Nick Castellanos a five-year, $100 million deal.

What is the baseball luxury tax for 2022? ›

- These are the four luxury tax thresholds for the 2022 season -- Tier 1: $230 million with a 20% tax rate; Tier 2: $250 million with a 32% tax rate; Tier 3: $270 million with a 62.5% tax rate; Tier 4: $290 million with with an 80% tax rate.

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