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Mike Trout, baseball's $600 million man, is actually underpaid

The Age Tuesday, 19 March 2019
Mike Trout's new, nearly-completed contract with the Angels will undoubtedly spark a new round of complaints and criticism, not exactly unfounded, that athletes are egregiously overpaid relative to their contributions to society.
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Angels and Mike Trout Finalizing Record $430 Million Contract The new deal would be the largest in professional sports history. The Los Angeles Angels star outfielder signed a six-year, $144.5 million deal in 2014. The contract extension would add an additional 10 years and nearly $300 million....

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