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Yankees Hit With $28M Luxury Tax Bill, Pushing Total Past $250M Since '03
Published December 18, 2013
BLUE MEN GROUP: In L.A., Bill Shaikin noted the Dodgers' "total player expenditures for last season" comes in at $248M. Since the Dodgers "will exceed the threshold for the second consecutive season," they will pay 30% on the amount above $189M, rather than the 17.5% rate they were assessed this year (LATIMES.com, 12/17).