Detroit, of course, was won by the transaction in which it received Cabrera and Dontrelle Willis for six players.
The Venezuelan has earned so far the astronomical sum of $ 336,410,623 and revolutionized the Big leagues and the American professional sports with his contract of 2014, for 292 million dollars and 10 campaigns, which guarantees him income for a couple more years.
But their counterparts in the change weren’t so lucky. The most successful of the six-player group is left-hander Andrew Miller, now with the St. Louis Cardinals, who has amassed $ 81,380,219 in 16 years in the majors, playing for 7 teams.
Outfielder Cameron Maybin has worn 10 different jerseys in 15 seasons of service and has accumulated income of $ 38,484,100.
Defender catcher Mike Rabelo was only a major league player for three seasons and said goodbye at the age of 28, when he had made $ 770,000.
Right-hander Burke Badenhop played for 8 years in the majors and his last team was the Cincinnati Reds in 2015. The reliever earned $ 7,332,500 in salaries over 8 seasons.
For his part, right-hander Dallas Trahern was in organized baseball until 2011 and never made it to the majors and Dominican Eulogio De La Cruz, who died in March of this year, launched four seasons in the Major Leagues (the last in 2011) and entered $ 400,000 to your account.