Dan Haren

Starting Pitcher Age: 35 Exp: 10.154 Years
Drafted: Round 2 (#72 overall), 2001 College: Pepperdine Agent(s): Greg Landry (CAA Sports)
Player Status: Retired
  • Current Contract

    Dan Haren signed a 1 year / $1,000,000 contract with the Los Angeles Dodgers, including $1,000,000 guaranteed, and an annual average salary of $1,000,000. In , Haren will earn a base salary of , a signing bonus of , a roster bonus of , a signing bonus of , a restructure bonus of , a workout bonus of and a incentive bonus of . Haren has a cap hit of while his dead money value is .

    Contract: 1 yr(s) / $1,000,000
    Signing Bonus -
    Average Salary $1,000,000
    Free Agent: 2016 / UFA
    Year   Age Base Salary Incentive Total Salary
    2014 Contract details by year 33 $10,000,000 $1,000,000 $11,000,000
    2015 Contract details by year 34 $3,551,912 - $3,551,912
    Contract Notes:
    • 2015 Option: Vests with 180IP in 2014
    • 2015 Option: Increases to $11 million if traded
    • $250,000 each for 24,27,30 starts
    • $500,000 for 32 starts
    • $250,000 each for 150,160,170 IP
    • $500,000 each for 180, 190 IP
    • Dodgers paying $10M salary for 2015
    Sources: MLB contract specifics generally collected from Baseball Prospectus & Rotoworld.

    Previous Contracts

    2015-2015 Dead Money

    Year   Base Salary Dead Cap Hit
    2015 Contract details by year $6,448,088 $6,448,088
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  • Estimated Career Earnings

    Year Team Salary Signing Bonus Incentive Total Cash
    2005 Player Cash Earnings $323,500 - - $323,500
    2006 Player Cash Earnings $500,000 - - $500,000
    2007 Player Cash Earnings $2,200,000 - - $2,200,000
    2008 Player Cash Earnings $4,000,000 - - $4,000,000
    2009 Player Cash Earnings $7,500,000 - - $7,500,000
    2010 Player Cash Earnings $8,250,000 - - $8,250,000
    2011 Player Cash Earnings $12,750,000 - - $12,750,000
    2012 Player Cash Earnings $12,750,000 - - $12,750,000
    2013 Player Cash Earnings $3,500,000 - - $3,500,000
    2013 Player Cash Earnings $13,000,000 - - $13,000,000
    2014 Player Cash Earnings $10,000,000 - $1,000,000 $11,000,000
    2015 Player Cash Earnings $3,551,912 - - $3,551,912
    2015 Player Cash Earnings $6,448,088 - - $6,448,088
    Est. Earnings (11 seasons) $84,773,500 - $1,000,000 $85,773,500
    * denotes deferred payment
  • Statistics

    Season Team GP GS IP H R ER BB K HR W L S ERA
    2015 MIA 33 32 187.1 174 79 75 38 132 31 11 9 0 3.61
    2014 LAD 32 32 186. 183 101 83 36 145 27 13 11 0 4.02
    2013 WSH 31 30 169.2 179 92 88 31 151 28 10 14 1 4.66
    2012 LAA 31 30 176.2 190 95 85 38 142 28 12 13 0 4.32
    2011 LAA 35 34 238.1 211 91 84 33 192 20 16 10 0 3.18
    2010 LAA 36 34 228.1 235 107 99 52 210 31 12 11 0 3.91
    2009 ARI 36 32 220.1 188 83 80 37 213 27 13 10 0 3.27
    2008 ARI 34 33 216. 204 86 80 40 206 19 16 7 0 3.33
  • Calculated Market Value

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    Current Contract

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    • MLB Rank: 0

    Comparable Players

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    Base Calculated Value

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    Dan Haren's Calculated Market Value

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