Texas wins WS after 62 years, pays out $650 million per capita in dividends

After winning the Major League Baseball (MLB) World Series (WS) for the first time in its 62-year history, the Texas Rangers will receive a championship payout of $506,263 per player. According to the Associated Press on Wednesday, the MLB office will distribute a total postseason payout of $107.8 million to the 12 teams based on their performance.

The overall payout is the largest ever, surpassing last year’s $175 million .However, the payout for the champion Texas Rangers is down slightly from last year’s share of $516,347 for the champion Houston Astros, and $313,634 for the WS runner-up Arizona Diamondbacks .Ryu’s former team, the Toronto Blue Jays, who were eliminated in the Wild Card Series, will receive $9,592 per player. Ryu’s four-year contract with Toronto expired after this season and he is a free agent. The postseason payout is made up of 60 percent of the total gate receipts from the two wild-card games, Games 1 through 3 of the Division Series, and Games 1 through 4 of the 카지노사이트킹 Championship Series and World Series.

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