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MIKE PELFREY   +

MLB  Minnesota Twins (DL-60)
Positions
P-183
Born
January 14, 1984  (30.221)
Place
Ht/Wt
6-7 / 190
Bats/Throws
Right / Right
High School
Wichita Heights  (Wichita,KS)
College:
Drafted:
New York Mets:  2005-1-9 (June-Reg)  bonus: $3,550,000 
Signed by
Full Name
Michael Alan Pelfrey 
TBC Player ID
42044
MLB Debut
July 8, 2006  (22.176)

Pitch Repertoire

2014SpeedShareStrike%#
Fastball90.8349.554.87226
Sinker90.5929.560.00135
Slider84.288.845.0040
Splitter84.078.548.7239
Curveball73.953.556.2516
unknown0.000.20.001
Recent Contract:  2-years/$11m (2014-2015) by Minnesota Twins
Top Prospect:  mlb  2006 (#36), 2007 (#20)   team  2007 (#1-NYM)
Control
59
K-Rating
43
Efficiency
51
vsPower
73

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OFF THE FIELD
Salary data is available for Major Leaguers since 1985. Players not on opening day roster, for the most part, are assumed to have earned the minimum salary for that year. Team payrolls are based on opening day rosters and the player's listed team is the first team he played for during a given season. Career earnings are estimates and based only on available data.
YearTeamSalaryRankTeam PayrollPct of Tm Payroll 
2006New York Mets$327,000$ 101,084,9630.3% 
2008New York Mets$1,987,500$ 137,793,3761.4% 
2009New York Mets$2,237,500$ 149,373,9871.5% 
2010New York Mets$500,000$ 132,701,4450.4% 
2011New York Mets$3,925,000$ 118,847,3093.3% 
2012New York Mets$5,687,500$ 93,353,9836.1% 
2013Minnesota Twins$4,000,000$ 75,562,5005.3% 
2014Minnesota Twins$5,500,000$ 85,526,5006.4% 
Career Earnings:$ 24,164,500 



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