10 Highest Paid MLB Players Per Year (1985-1999)

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1985
$2,130,300 (Phillies) 
$2,028,571 (Mets) 
$1,942,857 (Mets) 
$1,795,704 (Yankees) 
$1,713,333 (Padres) 
$1,625,000 (Braves) 
$1,555,000 (Cardinals) 
$1,500,000 (Braves) 
$1,472,819 (Orioles) 
$1,470,000 (Yankees) 
1986
$2,800,000 (Mets/White Sox) 
$2,160,714 (Mets) 
$2,136,666 (Phillies) 
$1,984,423 (Red Sox) 
$1,940,000 (Cardinals) 
$1,886,714 (Yankees) 
$1,825,000 (Pirates/White Sox) 
$1,825,000 (Braves) 
$1,800,000 (Braves) 
$1,729,167 (Braves) 
1987
$2,127,333 (Phillies) 
$2,110,000 (Red Sox) 
$2,060,714 (Mets) 
$2,055,000 (Royals) 
$2,044,757 (Orioles) 
$1,975,000 (Yankees) 
$1,940,000 (Cardinals) 
$1,925,000 (Braves) 
$1,911,714 (Yankees) 
$1,850,000 (Tigers) 
$1,850,000 (Dodgers) 
1988
$2,340,000 (Cardinals) 
$2,305,000 (Royals) 
$2,250,000 (Phillies) 
$2,214,865 (Red Sox) 
$2,160,714 (Mets) 
$2,142,904 (Orioles) 
$2,070,000 (Cubs) 
$2,050,000 (Dodgers) 
$2,000,000 (Yankees) 
$2,000,000 (Braves) 
1989
$2,766,667 (Dodgers) 
$2,766,666 (Twins/Mets) 
$2,515,362 (Cardinals) 
$2,466.667 (Orioles) 
$2,416,667 (Mets) 
$2,400,000 (Twins) 
$2,354,748 (Red Sox) 
$2,340,000 (Cubs) 
$2,331,062 (Dodgers) 
$2,300,000 (Red Sox) 
1990
$3,200,000 (Brewers) 
$2,816,667 (Twins) 
$2,600,000 (Red Sox) 
$2,600,000 (Brewers) 
$2,513,703 (Dodgers) 
$2,500,000 (Yankees) 
$2,350,000 (Athletics) 
$2,255,000 (Royals) 
$2,250,000 (Giants) 
$2,125,000 (Reds) 
$2,125,000 (Royals) 
$2,125,000 (Brewers) 
1991
$3,800,000 (Dodgers) 
$3,791,667 (Blue Jays) 
$3,750,000 (Giants) 
$3,750,000 (Giants) 
$3,700,000 (Twins) 
$3,625,000 (Royals) 
$3,600,000 (Reds) 
$3,562,500 (Giants) 
$3,550,000 (Angels) 
$3,500,000 (Athletics) 
$3,500,000 (White Sox) 
1992
$6,100,000 (Mets) 
$5,300,000 (Yankees) 
$5,166,667 (Mets) 
$5,000,000 (Rangers/Athletics) 
$4,833,333 (Red Sox) 
$4,800,000 (Pirates) 
$4,705,250 (Red Sox) 
$4,500,000 (Pirates) 
$4,500,000 (Tigers) 
$4,450,000 (Blue Jays) 
1993
$6,200,000 (Mets) 
$5,975,000 (Cubs) 
$5,916,667 (Mets) 
$5,875,000 (Braves) 
$5,750,000 (Reds) 
$5,550,000 (Blue Jays) 
$5,425,000 (Blue Jays) 
$5,375,000 (Angels) 
$5,300,000 (Twins) 
$5,200,000 (Orioles) 
1994
$6,300,000 (Mets) 
$5,975,000 (Cubs) 
$5,550,000 (Blue Jays) 
$5,500,000 (Orioles) 
$5,433,334 (Blue Jays) 
$5,406,603 (Orioles) 
$5,350,000 (Yankees) 
$5,300,000 (White Sox) 
$5,300,000 (Twins) 
$5,166,666 (Giants) 
1995
$9,237,500 (Tigers) 
$8,166,666 (Giants) 
$8,000,000 (Jays/Yankees) 
$7,600,000 (Mariners) 
$7,500,000 (Blue Jays) 
$7,150,000 (White Sox) 
$6,925,000 (Athletics) 
$6,875,000 (Astros) 
$6,700,000 (Orioles) 
$6,500,000 (Braves) 
1996
$9,237,500 (Tigers/Yankees) 
$8,416,667 (Giants) 
$7,650,000 (Mariners) 
$7,425,000 (Rangers) 
$7,150,000 (White Sox) 
$7,050,000 (Athletics) 
$6,675,000 (Braves) 
$6,650,000 (Orioles) 
$6,600,000 (Giants) 
$6,525,000 (Blue Jays) 
1997
$10,000,000 (White Sox) 
$9,237,500 (Yankees) 
$8,666,667 (Giants) 
$8,400,000 (Blue Jays) 
$8,040,000 (Astros) 
$7,885,532 (Mariners) 
$7,500,000 (Rangers) 
$7,150,000 (A's/Cardinals) 
$7,150,000 (White Sox) 
$7,150,000 (Indians) 
1998
$14,936,667 (Marlins/Dodgers) 
$10,000,000 (White Sox) 
$9,600,000 (Braves) 
$8,928,354 (Cardinals) 
$8,916,667 (Giants) 
$8,550,000 (Blue Jays) 
$8,400,000 (Braves) 
$8,325,000 (Cubs) 
$8,300,000 (Yankees) 
$8,153,667 (Mariners) 
1999
$11,949,794 (Orioles) 
$11,100,000 (Red Sox) 
$10,714,286 (Dodgers) 
$10,600,000 (Braves) 
$9,956,667 (Dodgers) 
$9,857,143 (Yankees) 
$9,700,000 (Diamondbacks) 
$9,500,000 (Yankees) 
$9,381,057 (Giants) 
$9,358,667 (Cardinals) 

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