ESPN’s “Salary Crunch” Puts Player Contracts In Perspective

March 1, 2009 at 11:24 pm Leave a comment


Do you think athletes are overpaid? Do you gasp for air upon listening to the latest free agent signing?

Well you don’t have to wait for big contracts any longer! ESPN has a new program called “Salary Crunch” that allows you to put in your annual salary and compare it to that of BIG MONEY athletes like A-Roid, Fat Albert Haynesworth, C.C. Sabathia, and Mark Teixeira. For example, you can type in your $60,000 annual salary and discover that Fat Albert makes $60,000 after recording .04 sacks in .06 games and that it would take you 238 years to earn his annual salary.

With the new Salary Crunch, you can visit the site at any time and feel horrible about what you make while wanting to murder the athlete from your computer chair. Check it out…   


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