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The bottom line: $22,000,022 for one year, but prorated for actual ML time. So, if he gets called up in late June as expected, that works out to approximately $12 million.
He'll pitch in the minors first, with his first appearance being with his son's class A team.
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From: Indianapolis, IN; now residing in Suffolk, VA
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Wow. I'd like to get $22 million for playing one baseball season.
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No, no, no... The point is that Morris is incredibly valuable to the team - as a pitcher. It doesn't matter if he doesn't hit well, or doesn't try as hard to get on base. They don't expect him to.
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