James Loney

1st Base Age: 31 Exp: 9.012 Years
Drafted: Round 1 (#19 overall), 2002 Agent(s): The Legacy Agency
  • Current Contract

    James Loney signed a 3 year / $21,000,000 contract with the Tampa Bay Rays, including a $5,000,000 signing bonus, $21,000,000 guaranteed, and an annual average salary of $7,000,000. In 2016, Loney will earn a base salary of $8,000,000. Loney has a cap hit of $9,666,668.

    Contract: 3 yr(s) / $21,000,000
    Signing Bonus $5,000,000
    Average Salary $7,000,000
    Free Agent: 2017 / UFA
    Year   Age Base Salary Signing Bonus Total Salary
    2014 Contract details by year 29 $1,000,000 $1,666,666 $2,666,666
    2015 Contract details by year 30 $7,000,000 $1,666,666 $8,666,666
    2016 Contract details by year 31 $8,000,000 $1,666,668 $9,666,668
    2017 Free Agent Year 32 UFA  
    Sources: MLB contract specifics generally collected from Baseball Prospectus & Rotoworld.

    Previous Contracts

    2013-2013

    Contract: 1 yr(s) / $2,000,000
    Signing Bonus -
    Average Salary $2,000,000
    Free Agent: 2014 / UFA
    Year   Age Base Salary Total Salary
    2013 Contract details by year 28 $2,000,000 $2,000,000
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  • Estimated Career Earnings

    Year Team Salary Signing Bonus Incentive Total Cash
    2002 Player Cash Earnings - $1,500,000 - $1,500,000
    2006 Player Cash Earnings $327,000 - - $327,000
    2007 Player Cash Earnings $380,000 - - $380,000
    2008 Player Cash Earnings $411,000 - - $411,000
    2009 Player Cash Earnings $465,000 - - $465,000
    2010 Player Cash Earnings $3,100,000 - - $3,100,000
    2011 Player Cash Earnings $4,875,000 - - $4,875,000
    2012 Player Cash Earnings $6,375,000 - - $6,375,000
    2013 Player Cash Earnings $2,000,000 - - $2,000,000
    2014 Player Cash Earnings $1,000,000 $5,000,000 - $6,000,000
    2015 Player Cash Earnings $7,000,000 - - $7,000,000
    Est. Earnings (10 seasons) $25,933,000 $6,500,000 - $32,433,000
    2016 Player Cash Earnings $8,000,000 - - $8,000,000
    $33,933,000 $6,500,000 - $40,433,000
    * denotes deferred payment
  • 2016 Player Rankings

    A visual look at how James Loney ranks across the league, conference, division, and team.

     

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  • Statistics

    Season Team GP GS AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SB K AVG OBP SLG OPS
    2015 TB 105 94 361 25 101 16 0 4 32 23 2 34 .280 .322 .357 .679
    2014 TB 155 152 600 59 174 27 0 9 69 41 4 80 .290 .336 .380 .716
    2013 TB 158 143 549 54 164 33 0 13 75 44 3 77 .299 .348 .430 .778
    2012 LAD 144 107 434 37 108 20 0 6 41 28 0 51 .249 .293 .336 .629
    2011 LAD 155 132 523 55 151 30 1 11 64 42 3 66 .289 .340 .413 .753
    2010 LAD 158 146 577 67 154 39 2 10 87 51 9 94 .267 .329 .393 .722
    2009 LAD 155 144 564 72 158 24 2 13 86 69 7 68 .280 .356 .399 .755
    2008 LAD 157 146 579 65 171 34 5 13 88 43 6 82 .295 .343 .439 .782
  • 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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    Statistical Comparisons

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    James Loney's Calculated Market Value

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