Absolutely mind-boggling numbers.
Based on 182 games (162 + max 20 post season): $181,218 per game
Based on 9 months work: $366,666 per month
Based on 648 plate appearances: $50,925 per plate appearance
Based on 365 days: $90,410 per day - except in Leap Years :-)
Compared to: "The U.S. Census Bureau reported in September 2014 that: U.S. real (inflation adjusted) median household income was$51,939 in 2013 versus $51,758 in 2012, statistically unchanged. In 2013, real median household income was 8.0 percent lower than in 2007, the year before the latest recession."
Truly insane. He'll make more make per plate appearance than many people make in an entire year (or even two years). That is outrageous.
Also just a heads up your monthly number appears off. Just missed a few zeros I think (or 6's rather)
Edited by BayAreaBmore, 19 April 2017 - 03:39 PM.