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Breaking down the Dodgers' $310-million payroll

Breaking down the Dodgers' $310-million payroll

The Dodgers won't be beat in at least one major league category this season: No team will outspend them on players.

The team's record-setting payroll has surpassed $300 million, with a large chunk of that money -- more than the total player payroll for some MLB teams -- spent on players who no longer wear Dodger blue.

Here's a look at how the Dodgers spent their money (anyone out there remember Ryan Webb?):


Starting pitching ($96,572,910)

Clayton Kershaw | $30 mil.

Zack Greinke | $23 mil.

Brandon McCarthy | $17 mil.

Brett Anderson | $12.4 mil.

Hyun-jin Ryu | $4.5 mil.


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