December 2, 2020
Sports News

What to Expect From the Dodgers and Rays in World Series Game 1 – The New York Times

The starkest difference between the Dodgers and the Rays is money. Before the pandemic shortened the season and trimmed salaries, the Dodgers opening day payroll was set to be the third-largest in the major leagues at $225 million, according to Cots Baseball Contracts.
The Rays, who play in an outdated stadium and are regularly near the bottom of baseballs attendance list, are on the receiving end of M.L.B.s revenue-sharing and had a pre-pandemic opening day payroll of $94 million, the fourth-s…

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