Milwaukee Brewers Multi-Year Salaries

Below are the Milwaukee Brewers’ financial commitments through the 2021 MLB season. Star outfielder Ryan Braun is currently Milwaukee’s highest paid player, with a five-year, $105 million contract under his belt.

Payroll notes:

GreenDesignates that a player has a vesting option for that season

Purple – Designates that the team has a team option for that season

Red – Indicates that a player is eligible for one of the stages of salary arbitration

Orange – Indicates that a player is under team control for that particular season

Milwaukee is paying Neftali Feliz $5,350,000 after designating him for assignment, while Kyle Lohse is getting paid $2,333,333, despite not pitching in a game for the Brewers since 2015. Lohse will also be paid the same salary figure by the Brewers next season, while the Brewers will also be paying Aramis Ramirez $3 million until 2019.

Once Braun’s contract expires with Milwaukee, he will make $4 million in 2021, and then $1.8 million every year until 2031.

Milwaukee is also prohibited from utilizing the minor league option in first baseman/outfielder Eric Thames‘ contract due to a special clause.