Batman and Joker
Jack Nicholson reacts to the Phanatic dressed as Batman last night at Citizens Bank Park.
Here are Pedro Martinez‘s contract details.
It’s $2 million prorated, which means Martinez is guaranteed roughly $938,000. He gets $75,000 for his sixth through 10th starts and $100,000 for his 11th through 15th starts. He also can make money based on relief appearances. He would make $50,000 for 10 relief appearances, another $50,000 for 15 relief appearances, another $50,000 for 20 relief appearances and another $50,000 for 25 relief appearances.
He will make $75,000 for 50 innings pitched, $125,000 for 75 innings pitched and $175,000 for 100 innings pitched.
Martinez has a $100,000 bonus for being named the World Series MVP and a $50,000 bonus for being named the NLCS MVP. He even has bonuses for winning the Cy Young award ($100,000 for finishing first, $75,000 for finishing second and $50,000 for finishing third), $25,000 for winning a Gold Glove and $100,000 for being named Comeback Player of the Year.
He also receives bonuses for time spent on the active roster: $50,000 for 15 days, another $50,000 for 30 days, another $50,000 for 45 days, another $50,000 for 60 days and another $50,000 for 75 days.