This is extremely dependent on which player your talking about. For instance Alex Rodriguez of the New York Yankees makes about $173,000 every single game and about $43,000 for every at-bat even if he does end up striking out or hitting a homerun. On the other hand a less prestigious player such as Mark Loretta of the Los Angeles Dodgers makes about $7,500 a game and $2,000 an at-bat, which is still a ridiculous amount of money don't get me wrong!!
each player has a different salary based on talent, prospect, and negotiation. they dont necessarily make a certain amount per game but this would be stipulated in the players contract. if you have a certain player in mind, player salaries are publicly accessible information
Kirby Puckett and Rickey Henderson signed the first contracts which paid an average of $3 million a year in November 1989, while 2010 was the first season where the MLB average salary rose above that same mark. Five of the twenty highest paid players in 2013 were members of the Yankees.
It depends on the player. Some of the best players get paid almost $20 million dollars a year. While the newcomers get paid half a million yearly.
they make 500 dollars a game
£10 every minute
Major league baseball players
The minimum salary for the 2009 season is $400,000 according to major league players association.
The per diem for Major League Baseball players as of 2009 is $89.50 a day. In the minor league, it's only $20 a day.
You need to practice hard and start in your childhood because when you start in your childhood you will be better in Major league baseball and you will get a lot of money and girls
Yes! The point of playing in a major league game is earning money and playing games.
The first player in Major League Baseball was George Henry "Babe" Ruth. He did not play for the Yankees until his pay was raised in 1926.
The Yankees silly
Any of the baseball teams can be for sale with enough money, but otherwise it is out of the question
Professional softball players, of course, get paid. However, they do not earn nearly as much money as Major League Baseball players. The Olympic Team that will compete in Beijing this year does get paid, more than the professional softball players, but again, not as much as the average Major League Baseball player. For example, Jennie Finch drives a van, NOT a Ferrari.
5 to 8 million dollars
As of 2012, the MLB players make $3,340,133 a season.
Make more money for the owners