Highest Paid Baseball Players of the 2015 MLB Season

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In professional sports, baseball players pretty much make the most money. The MLB definitely supplies the most lucrative contracts.

But just because your contract is large – like Giancarlo Stanton of the Miami Marlins (13-year, $325 million) – doesn’t mean you make the most each individual year. Because of the way contracts are structured, players can make a little one year, and a lot the next. Also, endorsements play a large role in how much a specific player can make in a year.

For the 2015 MLB season, many baseball players are making at least $20 million or more, without endorsements.

Outfielder Josh Hamilton #32 of the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim bats in the 1st inning against the Tampa Bay Rays

(Photo by Al Messerschmidt/Getty Images)

With the signing bonus included, check out the highest paid baseball players of 2015!

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