International Spending By Team






See also: Top 30 International Bonuses Of 2011
See also: Top 25 All-Time International Bonuses
See also: 2010 International Spending By Team


Baseball America has compiled estimates of each team's international amateur signing bonus expenditures in 2011, excluding Cuban defectors and Japanese professionals. The estimates may include bonuses for prospects who have agreed to terms but are still pending official approval, such as Cardinals righthander Andres Serrano. They also include Mexican League transfers for prospects when those amounts are known, such as Blue Jays righthander Roberto Osuna ($1.5 million).

ESTIMATED 2011 INTERNATIONAL AMATEUR SIGNING BUDGETS
Player Bonuses
1. Rangers
$12.83 million
2. Blue Jays
$7.57 million
3. Royals
$6.80 million
4. Mariners
$6.67 million
5. Cubs
$4.54 million
6. Pirates
$4.09 million
7. Indians
$3.58 million
8. Padres
$3.48 million
9. Red Sox
$3.25 million
10. Tigers
$3.03 million
11. Yankees
$2.93 million
12. Mets
$2.86 million
13. Cardinals
$2.63 million
14. Braves
$2.49 million
15. Twins
$2.31 million
16. Astros
$2.12 million
17. Phillies
$2.05 million
18. Reds
$1.98 million
19. Giants
$1.81 million
20. Rays
$1.79 million
21. Brewers
$1.63 million
22. Rockies
$1.45 million
23. Marlins
$1.38 million
24. Angels
$1.35 million
25. Athletics
$1.22 million
26. Nationals
$1.12 million
27. Orioles
$1.02 million
28. Diamondbacks
$876,000
29. White Sox
$778,500
30. Dodgers
$177,000