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Baseball's biggest contracts

The list $200-million or more contracts grew by 33 percent since the end of the 2018 MLB season.

Mike Trout is greeted in the dugout after

Mike Trout is greeted in the dugout after hitting a solo home run against the Seattle Mariners in 2017. Photo Credit: AP/Ted S. Warren

1. Mike Trout (Angels), $426.5 million, 12 years, signed in 2019

2. Bryce Harper (Phillies), $330 million, 13 years, signed in 2019

3. Giancarlo Stanton (Marlins), $325 million, 13 years, signed in 2016

4. Manny Machado (Padres), $300 million, 10 years, signed in 2019

5. Alex Rodriguez (Yankees), $275 million, 10 years, signed in 2008

6. Nolan Arenado (Rockies), $260 million, 8 years, signed in 2019

7. Alex Rodriguez (Rangers), $252 million, 10 years, signed in 2001

8. Miguel Cabrera (Tigers), $248 million, 8 years, signed in 2016

9t. Robinson Cano (Mariners), $240 million, 10 years, signed in 2014

9t. Albert Pujols (Angels), $240 million, 10 years, signed in 2012

11. Joey Votto, $225 million, 10 years, signed in 2014

12. David Price (Red Sox), $217 million, 7 years, signed in 2016

13. Clayton Kershaw, $215 million, 7 years, signed in 2014

14. Prince Fielder (Tigers), $214 million, 9 years, signed in 2012

15. Max Scherzer (Nationals), $210 million, 7 years, signed in 2015

16. Zack Greinke (Diamondbacks), $206.5 million, 6 years, signed in 2016

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