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Scott Boras
Scott Boras, 2010.
FöddScott Dean Boras
2 november 1952 (68 år)
USA Sacramento, CA, USA
NationalitetUSA
UtbildningUniversity of the Pacific
Doktor i farmaci
McGeorge School of Law
Juris doktor
Yrke/uppdragAdvokat Spelaragent
HemortUSA Newport Beach, Kalifornien, USA
MakaJeanette
Barn3

Scott Dean Boras, född 2 november 1952, är en amerikansk advokat och spelaragent som är verksam inom den nordamerikanska professionella basebolligan Major League Baseball (MLB).[1] Han företräder många framträdande basebollspelare och har förhandlat fram spelarkontrakt till ett värde av mer än fyra miljarder amerikanska dollar[2], ingen annan spelaragent oavsett sport har varit i närheten av den summan, sen han blev spelaragent på tidigt 1980-tal. Boras har beskrivits som "superagent" av nordamerikansk media[3][4][5][6][7][8] och toppar årligen listor om vem som är den mest inflytelserika spelaragenten i sportvärlden[9][10][11][12].

Han avlade en doktor i farmaci vid University of the Pacific och en juris doktor vid McGeorge School of Law.

De största spelarkontrakten[redigera | redigera wikitext]

De mest lukrativa spelarkontrakten som Boras har förhandlat fram och som överstiger ett totalt värde av 100 miljoner dollar.
Uppdaterat: 15 mars 2021.

Spelare Lag Värde Längd Genomsnitt/år År
1. Bryce Harper (RF) Philadelphia Phillies $330 miljoner 13 år $25,38 miljoner 2019
[13]
2. Gerrit Cole (P) New York Yankees $324 miljoner 9 år $36 miljoner 2019
[14]
3. Alex Rodriguez (3B) New York Yankees $275 miljoner 10 år $27,5 miljoner 2007
[15][16]
4. Alex Rodriguez (SS) Texas Rangers $252 miljoner 10 år $25,2 miljoner 2000
[17]
5. Anthony Rendon (3B) Los Angeles Angels $245 miljoner 7 år $35 miljoner 2019
[18]
6. Stephen Strasburg (P) Washington Nationals $245 miljoner 7 år $35 miljoner 2019
[19]
7. Prince Fielder (1B) Detroit Tigers $214 miljoner 9 år $23,77 miljoner 2012
[20]
8. Max Scherzer (P) Washington Nationals $210 miljoner 7 år $30 miljoner 2015
[21]
9. Mark Teixeira (1B) New York Yankees $180 miljoner 8 år $22,5 miljoner 2009
[22]
10. Stephen Strasburg (P) Washington Nationals $175 miljoner 7 år $25 miljoner 2016
[23]
11. José Altuve (2B) Houston Astros $163,5 miljoner 7 år $23,36 miljoner 2018
[24]
12. Chris Davis (1B) Baltimore Orioles $161 miljoner 7 år $23 miljoner 2016
[25]
13. Jacoby Ellsbury (CF) New York Yankees $153 miljoner 7 år $21,86 miljoner 2013
[26]
14. Eric Hosmer (1B) San Diego Padres $144 miljoner 8 år $18 miljoner 2018
[27]
15. Choo Shin-soo (OF) Texas Rangers $130 miljoner 7 år $18,57 miljoner 2013
[28]
16. Jayson Werth (OF) Washington Nationals $126 miljoner 7 år $18 miljoner 2010
[29]
17. Barry Zito (P) San Francisco Giants $126 miljoner 7 år $18 miljoner 2006
[30]
18. Xander Bogaerts (SS) Boston Red Sox $120 miljoner 6 år $20 miljoner 2019
[31]
19. Matt Holliday (LF) St. Louis Cardinals $120 miljoner 7 år $17,14 miljoner 2010
[32]
20. Elvis Andrus (SS) Texas Rangers $120 miljoner 8 år $15 miljoner 2013
[33]
21. Carlos Beltrán (OF) New York Mets $119 miljoner 7 år $17 miljoner 2005
[34]
22. J.D. Martinez (RF) Boston Red Sox $110 miljoner 5 år $22 miljoner 2018
[35]
23. Kevin Brown (P) Los Angeles Dodgers $105 miljoner 7 år $15 miljoner 1998
[36]
Totalt: $4,147 miljarder $23,142 miljoner

Referenser[redigera | redigera wikitext]

Noter[redigera | redigera wikitext]

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  27. ^ ”1B Eric Hosmer and Padres finalize $144 million, 8-year deal”. APNews.com. https://apnews.com/article/00b3451f435e49f79d2fcd9a2eb77eee. 
  28. ^ ”Rangers agree to 7-year, $130 million deal with OF Shin-Soo Choo”. FoxSports.com. http://www.foxsports.com/mlb/story/shin-soo-choo-texas-rangers-free-agency-hot-stove-122113. 
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