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Bret Boone AS-3AW-11

+ Played in Major Leagues 1992-2005
Positions: 2B-2144, SS-14, 3B-8, DH-4
Proper Name: Bret Robert Boone
Born: April 6, 1969 (45.294) in El Cajon, California
Height/Weight: 5-10 / 180 Bats/Throws: Right-Right
High School: El Dorado (Placentia,CA)
College: USC
Drafted: 1990 -- 5th round (131st overall) by Seattle Mariners (June-Reg)
MLB Debut:August 19,1992 (23.135)
TBC Player ID:1057
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Recent Contract:Signed to 1-year contract for 2005-2005 ($9m) by Seattle Mariners. Option year from previous contract
Organizations:SEA, CIN, ATL, SDN, MIN, WAS
Signed by:Ken Compton
Relationship(s):Brother of Aaron Boone, Brother of Matt Boone, Son of Bob Boone, Grandson of Ray Boone

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  • Salary Information
    Pre-2012 Transactions
    Tranx DateDescription
    Signed by Nationals to minor league contract
    Retired
    Signed by Mets (minor)
    Released by Twins
    Traded by Mariners with cash to Twins for player to be named later
    Signed as Free Agent by Mariners.
    re-signed by Mariners
    Granted Free Agency.
    Signed by Mariners
    Signed as Free Agent by Mariners.
    Granted Free Agency.
    Traded by Braves with Jason Shiell and Ryan Klesko to Padres for Quilvio Veras, Reggie Sanders and Wally Joyner.
    Traded by Reds with Mike Remlinger to Braves for Michael Tucker, Denny Neagle and Rob Bell.
    Traded by Mariners with Erik Hanson to Reds for Bobby Ayala and Dan Wilson.
    signed
    Draft Instances
    Drafted: Selected by Seattle Mariners in 5th round (131st overall) of 1990 Amateur Draft (June-Reg Phase)
    *Did not sign* ... Selected by Minnesota Twins in 28th round (710th overall) of 1987 Amateur Draft (June-Reg Phase)
    Salary Metrics 1985-
    YearTeamSalaryLg RankTeam RankCentileLg MinimumLg AverageContracts
    2005Minnesota Twins$ 9,000,00050295$ 300,000$ 2,189,0552005-01-01 - Signed to 1-year contract for 2005-2005 ($9m) Option year from previous contract
    2005Seattle Mariners$ 9,000,00050395$ 300,000$ 2,189,0552005-01-01 - Signed to 1-year contract for 2005-2005 ($9m) Option year from previous contract
    2004Seattle Mariners$ 8,000,00064193$ 300,000$ 2,070,100
    2003Seattle Mariners$ 8,000,00069292$ 300,000$ 2,163,527
    2002Seattle Mariners$ 8,000,00049194$ 200,000$ 2,011,045
    2001Seattle Mariners$ 3,250,0002021278$ 200,000$ 1,897,758
    2000San Diego Padres$ 3,750,000161683$ 200,000$ 1,394,248
    1999Atlanta Braves$ 2,900,0001801181$ 200,000$ 1,454,491
    1998Cincinnati Reds$ 2,800,000160382$ 170,000$ 1,276,192
    1997Cincinnati Reds$ 1,700,000217976$ 150,000$ 1,182,177
    1996Cincinnati Reds$ 725,0002861569$ 109,000$ 957,870
    1995Cincinnati Reds$ 400,0003622660$ 109,000$ 999,520
    1994Cincinnati Reds$ 175,0005552339$ 109,000$ 957,101
    1993Seattle Mariners$ 120,0006902924$ 109,000$ 968,431
    1992Seattle Mariners$ 109,000680290$ 109,000$ 962,245

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