New Blue Jays face tax hit

The five players going from the Miami Marlins to the Toronto Blue Jays figure to be quite unhappy with one aspect of the pending blockbuster between the clubs. Those players could take a significant financial hit moving from Florida, a state with no income tax, to Canada, a country where their tax rate will reach 47.97 percent between provincial and federal requirements, according...
Via Fox Sports
November 15, 2012  |  Discuss

Miami Marlins no, no-trade policy could impact free agent negotiations

Let me preface this by saying I like that the Marlins don’t give no-trade clauses. Multiple franchises every year are hamstrung by burdensome contracts they’re incapable of moving because of no-trade provisions. The Marlins’ policy is not insurmountable, but it could create some additional challenges as they look to consummate deals with a top free agent or two at the Winter...
Via Sun Sentinel
December 04, 2011  |  Discuss
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