Minor League Baseball Pay
Minor League Baseball Players are put on a pedestal. In reality, they are paid on par with the poverty level.
- Fact: They only get paid during the season.
- Fact: Some teams do not even help players find jobs during the off-season.
- Fact: A lot of players have families that they need to support.
- Fact: The annual salary for players at different levels is:
- A: $6,000 annually
- AA: $9,350 annually
- AAA: $15,000 annually
For an individual, an annual income of $11,770 puts you at the national poverty line. For a family of four, it is $24,250. This means that the average minor league player lives below the poverty line.
With your purchase from Pitching in 4 Minor Leaguers, you can help one or more players on this site. Additionally, 50% of any orders purchased without a code will be dispersed among our players. Either way, you are giving 50% of all profits to these guys so that they can support their families and continue playing the game they love!
(Salary numbers are based off an article by "The Athletic")