Big Moneyball: Here are MLB’s top-paid players heading into Opening Day

When Robinson Cano inked his $240 million, 10-year contract with the Seattle Mariners a few years ago, it was considered a massive deal.
Today, Cano’s deal isn’t even in the top 10 in major-league baseball. He’s not even the highest-paid player on his own team.
Opening Day is notorious for the exorbitant pricing that ticket resellers and scalpers can command in the days leading up to Major League Baseball’s official season start. But judging from the cost of the talent that will be taking the field…

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