On Bobby Bonilla Day, Here Are Other Retired Baseball Players Who Receive Huge Deferred Payments Annually
“Bobby Bonilla Day” was trending on Twitter on Friday as it does every year on July 1. Bonilla was originally owed $5.9 million from the Mets in 2000, but the new deal pays him over $1 million annually, plus an additional 8% interest, according to ESPN. Then-Mets owner Fred Wilpon was invested in a Bernie Madoff account at the time and reportedly believed he would be making significant returns in the future.
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