Prior to the 1966 season, Sandy Koufax and Don Drysdale held out claiming unfair negotiating practices by Dodger GM Buzzie Bavasi. Koufax and Drysdale claimed that Bavasi was using one against the other in negotiating their contracts. The two didn't report to spring training, instead signing to appear in a movie called Warning Shot. After several weeks of both sides airing their gripes to the media, they finally reached agreement on contracts. Koufax signed for $125,000 and Drysdale signed for $110,000.
Hank Greenberg for the Pittsburg Pirates. In 1947 for the Pirates in the N.L.
Hank Greenberg earned $100,000 in his final MLB season, 1947, with the Pittsburgh Pirates.
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the first ball player to be paid one hundrd thousand dollars per year was hank greenberg
In Jackie Robinson's first 5 seasons as a Brooklyn Dodger (1947-1951), Jackie had 903 hits.
In his first five years as a Dodger (1947-1951), Jackie Robinson hit 73 home runs.
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