The luxury tax rates for 2022 are yet to be determined. The three luxury tax lines were increased by $2 million per year in the Collective Bargaining Agreement that ran from December 1, 2017, to December 1, 2021. If approved, a new CBA could drastically alter the luxury tax process.



The average annual value (AAV) of guaranteed contracts is taken into account, not the amount the player is paid that year. Due to the payment structure, the AAV of contracts with deferrals is lower.

It is based on the inflation rate indicated in the contract, but since this varies from contract to contract, the AAV is computed as it would be without deferrals. Other payments are included, such as money to and from other teams. Contract option buyouts are not included.



 

Estimated Luxury Tax Salaries of Baltimore Orioles Players In Dollars

Trey Mancini DH – 8,000,000

Jordan Lyles SP – 7,000,000

John Means SP – 3,250,000

Anthony Santander RF – 3,150,000

Jorge Lopez RP – 1,500,000

Tanner Scott RP – 1,000,000

Paul Fry RP – 850,000

Keegan Akin SP – 575,000

Brett Cumberland C – 575,000

Kelvin Gutierrez 3B – 575,000

Austin Hays LF – 575,000

Joey Krehbiel RP – 575,000

Zac Lowther SP 575,000

Jorge Mateo SS – 575,000

Ryan McKenna CF – 575,000

Ryan Mountcastle 1B – 575,000

Cedric Mullins CF – 575,000

Rougned Odor 2B 575,000

Cionel Perez RP – 575,000

Cody Roberts C 575,000

D.J. Stewart LF – 575,000

Cole Sulser RP – 575,000

Dillon Tate RP – 575,000

Ramon Urias SS – 575,000

Tyler Wells RP/CL – 575,000

Bruce Zimmermann SP – 575,000

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