Dodger bucks: Here’s what $85.75 million buys to go away

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Padres outfielder Matt Kemp is not the only former Dodger the team has paid to play for another team.

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The Dodgers are paying $85.75 million for eight players not to play for them this season. This list is limited to players no longer in the organization.

Player, Position (Current team) | Salary paid by Dodgers

Hector Olivera, 3B (Atlanta Braves) | $28 million

Matt Kemp, OF (San Diego Padres) | $18 million


Dan Haren, RHP (Chicago Cubs) | $10 million

Brian Wilson, RHP (free agent) | $9.5 million

Brandon League, RHP (free agent) | $7.5 million

Michael Morse, 1B/OF (Pittsburgh Pirates) | $7.5 million


Ryan Webb, RHP (Cleveland Indians) | $2.75 million

Dee Gordon, 2B (Miami Marlins) | $2.5 million


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