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+    Level: MLB
Location:  Toronto,ON
Team Record:  86-76   .531
Result:   4th in American League - East Division
Manager(s):  John Gibbons, Cito Gaston
General Manager:   J.P. Ricciardi
Stadium:  Rogers Centre
Attendance:  2,399,786
Payroll:  $97,793,900
Playoffs:  -

Toronto Blue Jays affiliate history
Oldest Player:  Matt Stairs (40)
Youngest Player:  Travis Snider (20)
Longest Tenure:  Roy Halladay (11)
Top Hitter:  Alex Rios (19)
Top Pitcher:  Roy Halladay (1)
Top Draft Pick:  David Cooper (#17)

Roster Continuity:  74.89%
Top Prospect:   Travis Snider
American League Standings
Tampa Bay9765.599--
NY Yankees8973.5498.0

Players with a dark gray box next to their salary have salaries above the league average. Players who did not start the season on a Major League roster were assumed to earn the major league minimum unless otherwise specified. Check out the payrolls section for more information.
PlayerPosAgeSalaryAvg?Lg Rank 
A.J. BurnettP31$ 13,200,000  38 
Frank Thomas1B-DH40$ 12,560,000  46 
B.J. RyanP32$ 12,000,000  58 
Scott Rolen3B33$ 11,625,000  60 
Roy HalladayP31$ 10,000,000  81 
Lyle Overbay1B31$ 6,750,000   
Alex RiosRF27$ 4,835,000   
David EcksteinSS33$ 4,500,000   
Gregg ZaunC37$ 3,750,000   
Vernon WellsLF29$ 3,687,500   
Brad WilkersonLF-1B31$ 3,000,000   
Scott DownsP32$ 2,250,000   
John McDonaldSS-3B33$ 1,900,000   
Jose BautistaRF27$ 1,800,000   
Matt StairsDH-1B40$ 1,625,000   
Marco Scutaro2B32$ 1,550,000   
Shannon StewartLF34$ 1,500,000   
Jason FrasorP30$ 1,125,000   
Rod BarajasC32$ 700,000   
Brian TalletP30$ 640,000   
Aaron Hill2B26$ 410,000   
Dustin McGowanP26$ 404,100   
Shaun MarcumP26$ 402,500   
Brandon LeagueP25$ 400,300   
Jesse LitschP23$ 395,800   
Brian WolfeP27$ 395,500   
Jeremy AccardoP26$ 392,200   
Buck CoatsRF26$ 392,100   

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