Ted Lilly signed a 3 year / $33,000,000 contract with the Los Angeles Dodgers, including a $3,500,000 signing bonus, and an annual average salary of $11,000,000. In , Lilly 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 . Lilly has a cap hit of while his dead money value is .
Contract: 3 yr(s) / $33,000,000 Signing Bonus $3,500,000 Average Salary $11,000,000 Free Agent: 2014 / UFA Year Age Base Salary Signing Bonus Total Salary 2011 35 $7,000,000 $500,000 $7,500,000 2012 36 $10,500,000 $1,500,000 $12,000,000 2013 37 $12,000,000 $1,500,000 $13,500,000 2014 38 UFAContract Notes:
- Full No-Trade Clause (2011-2012)
Contract: 4 yr(s) / $40,000,000 Signing Bonus $4,000,000 Average Salary $10,000,000 Free Agent: 0 / UFA Year Age Base Salary Signing Bonus Total Salary 2007 31 $5,000,000 $4,000,000 $9,000,000 2008 32 $7,000,000 - $7,000,000 2009 33 $12,000,000 - $12,000,000 2010 34 $12,000,000 - $12,000,000
award bonuses: $75,000 each for Gold Glove or All Star selection, $0.2M for LCS MVP, $0.3M for MVP, $0.3M for Cy Young ($0.2M for 2nd place in vote, $0.15M for 3rd, $0.1M for 4th or 5th) no-trade protection Lilly to make annual donation to United Way & Cubs charity acquired by LA Dodgers in trade from Cubs 7/31/10 (Cubs paid Dodgers $2.5M in deal)
We've selected the following players based on their age, contract status, and statistical production to compare Ted Lilly to.
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After adjusting the above contracts as if signed at Lilly's current age (39), a linear regression is performed, providing us with the following initial value.
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Now we'll compare our variables and Lilly statistically over the two seasons prior to their signing. In this case we're analyzing:
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After applying our Prime % figures into our base calculated value, we're given two values. The average of these values becomes our market value.
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