Los Angeles also agreed to pay the twins $ 3 million to cover part of Maeda’s salary and to reimburse Minnesota up to $ 7 million of its earned bonuses, the Associated Press said.
Meada’s maximum cost to the twins this year would be $ 3,713,500 if he earned $ 13.15 million, his total if he reached all of his roster, performance, and bonus levels. His maximum for Minnesota would be $ 12,586,500 in 2021 and $ 13.15 million in 2022 and ’23, which equates to an overall twins engagement of $ 42.6 million.
Los Angeles is paying $ 2,436,500 this year, divided into 12 installments on the 15th and last day of each month from April to September. The first four installments are $ 203,041.66 and the last eight are $ 203,041.67.
A remaining payment of $ 563,500 is due on June 30, 2021.
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Before the 2016 season, Maeda agreed to an eight-year contract with the Dodgers for $ 25 million that would have been worth $ 106.2 million with at least 32 starts and at least 200 innings per year.
He has an annual salary of $ 3 million and an annual bonus of $ 150,000 when on the opening day’s active roster. He can receive $ 6.5 million annually based on starts: $ 1 million each for 15 and 20 and $ 1.5 million each for 25, 30 and 32 starts.
He can earn $ 3.5 million a season for innings: $ 250,000 for 90 and every further 10 to 190 and $ 750,000 for 200.
Maeda only made 32 starts in his first season with the Dodgers when he put up 175 2/3 innings, which keeps his big league high.
He earned $ 11.9 million in 2016, $ 7.9 million in 2017, $ 6.15 million in 2018, and $ 8.4 million last year. The total of $ 34.35 million was 65% of the $ 52.6 million he could have earned.
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