Daniel Bard

Relief Pitcher Age: 30 Exp: 4.074 Years
College: North Carolina Agent(s): Relativity Sports
Player Status: Minor
  • Current Contract

    Daniel Bard signed a 1 year / $1,000,000 contract with the Pittsburgh Pirates, including $1,000,000 guaranteed, and an annual average salary of $1,000,000. In 2016, Bard will earn a base salary of $1,000,000. Bard has a cap hit of $1,000,000.

    Contract: 1 yr(s) / $1,000,000
    Signing Bonus -
    Average Salary $1,000,000
    Free Agent: -
    Year   Age Base Salary Total Salary
    2016 Contract details by year 30 $1,000,000 $1,000,000
    2017 Daniel Bard Contracts, Salaries, Cap Figures 31 ARB 3  

    Previous Contracts


    Contract: 1 yr(s) / -
    Signing Bonus -
    Average Salary -
    Free Agent: 0 / UFA
    Year   Age Base Salary Total Salary
    2015 Contract details by year 29 - -
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  • Statistics

  • Calculated Market Value

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    Current Contract

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    Comparable Players

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    Base Calculated Value

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    Daniel Bard's Calculated Market Value

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