The Bronx neighborhood of New York City is home to the New York Yankees, an American baseball team. As a part of the American League (AL) East division, the Yankees participate in Major League Baseball (MLB).

They share a stadium with the National League’s (NL) New York Mets as one of two major league teams with New York City as their home base.

What are the Salaries of the New York Yankees?
What are the Salaries of the New York Yankees?

After the franchise suspended operations in 1903, Frank Farrell and Bill Devery bought it, transferred it to New York City, and changed the team’s name to the New York Highlanders. In 1913, the Highlanders adopted their new moniker as the New York Yankees.

After a contentious 99-day lockout, the league and its players’ union finalized a new collective bargaining agreement, which resulted in rises for both the top and bottom players. In the new CBA, the minimum pay increased to $700,000 from $570,500.  The salaries for the New York Yankees Active members include;

  • Gerrit Cole               $36,000,000
  • Giancarlo Stanton   $29,000,000
  • Mahieu Le Mahieu   $15,000,000
  • Aaron Judge              $13,000,000
  • Luke Voit                   $10,175,000
  • Brett Gardner             $4,700,000
  • Andrew Heaney         $1,850,000
  • Jameson Tailon            $6,750,000
  • Chad Green                  $2,250,000
  • Wandy Peralta             $2,150,000
  • Lucas Luetge               $925,000
  • Jonathan Loaisga         $ 600,000
  • Kyle Higashioka         $5,958,000
  • Tyler Wade                   $594,000
  • Nestor Cortes               $603,000
  • Nick Nelson                 $575,150
  • Albert Abreu                 $570,500
  • Jonathan Davis              $579,800
  • Andrew Velazquez        $570,5000
  • Rougned Odor              $12,000,000
  • Joey Gallo                     $6,200,000
  • Joely Rodriguez            $2,500,000