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Offline PowerBoater69

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Re: Competitive Balance Tax
« Reply #50: January 14, 2018, 08:33:26 AM »
This article about the Dodgers contains a couple interesting bits of information. Any cash included in a trade is counted against the payer's cap space for the upcoming season. And the exact value of the benefits being applied against all team's caps is $14,044,600.

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The Dodgers’ tax payroll projects to $183 million, including $10 million for the rest of their 40-man roster, a $10 million charge for cash transactions in trades, plus benefits totaling $14,044,600.


https://apnews.com/ba9b19509782407b8297c62d1d79b6fd/Wood-gets-%246-million-from-Dodgers,-Grandal-%247.9-million