Friday, April 14, 2023

Some baseball players who might fall agonizingly-short of reaching 10 years in the big leagues and securing their full pension

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel:
The tangible benefits for reaching 10 years in the majors are significant, even for someone such as Cain who signed a lucrative free-agent deal. When a player reaches 10 years of service, he becomes fully vested in the MLB Players Association pension. It guaranteed a minimum of $68,000 a year for retired players and up to $220,000 if they wait until they’re 62.