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ESPN's Jayson Stark provides the year-by-year salaries for David Wright under his new agreement. Wright originally was due to make $16 million in 2013. The salary is reduced at the back end of the deal, so that the sides have a reasonable number from which to work off if Wright decides to play beyond 2020, when he will be 38.
Present value: $134,015,678.
2013: $11 million ($3 million deferred without interest)
2014-2018: $20 million per year ($2.5 million deferred annually without interest)
2019: $15 million
2020: $12 million
First-time MVP: $500,000 ($200,000 for second- through fifth-place finish)
Second-time MVP: $1 million
Third-time MVP: $1.5 million
All-Star selection: $100,000
Highest league All-Star vote: $100,000
TSN/BA/AP MV or Player of the Year: $100,000
Division Series MVP: $150,000
League Championship Series MVP: $150,000
World Series MVP: $250,000
Silver Slugger: $100,000
Gold Glove: $100,000
Hank Aaron Award: $100,000
Wright will donate to Mets charity: $110,000 in 2013, $200,000 per year from 2014-2018, $150,000 in 2019 and $120,000 in 2020.
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ESPN's Jayson Stark provides the year-by-year salaries for David Wright under his new agreement. Wright originally was due to make $16 million in 2013.