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SBD/6/The Back Of The Book
CONGRATS ON YOUR ALL-STAR SELECTION, HERE IS YOUR CHECK
Published July 6, 1995
The following is a listing of MLB all-star bonuses: $100,000: Kirby Puckett. $50,000: Kevin Appier, Wade Boggs, Paul O'Neill, Ken Griffey, Randy Johnson, Dennis Martinez, Cal Ripken, Ivan Rodriguez, Kenny Rogers, Lee Smith, Mo Vaughn, David Wells, Craig Biggio, Darren Daulton, Lenny Dykstra, Bary Larkin, Greg Maddux, Randy Myers, Matt Williams. $25,000: Roberto Alomar, Carlos Baerga, Albert Belle, Kenny Lofton, Gary DiSarcina, Erik Hanson, Edgar Martinez, Mark McGwire, Steve Ontiveros, Dante Bichette, Vinny Castilla, Mark Grace, Tony Gwynn, Tom Henke, Fred McGriff, Mickey Morandini. $10,000: Jeff Conine. SALARY INCREASES: Lofton goes from $3.1M to $3.5M in '96, while the Indians' option on Belle increases from $5M to $5.5M.