MLB's Luxury Tax
By Dyfed Loesche (Statista)
Major League Baseball is making a dollar (or two) on Luxury Tax. This chart shows Luxury Tax payments by Major League Baseball teams (in million U.S. dollars).
A total of six major league organizations will pay a luxury tax for exceeding the $195 million salary level.
With a new collective bargaining agreement set to go into effect, there have never been more teams subject to the tax. In the past years the MLB's luxury tax revenue has gone up quite a bit already.
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