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It's Bobby Bonilla Day: Mets pay retired outfielder $1.19M - again

1 month ago   |   By WGN TV

Imagine leaving your job decades ago, but still getting paid huge sums of money each year.
That's exactly what life is like for former New York Mets player Bobby Bonilla.
Bonilla retired from Major League Baseball in 2001, but more than 20 years later, the 59-year-old is still banking $1.19 million every July 1 - a day baseball fans refer to as “Bobby Bonilla Day.”
Thanks to an agreement he made with the Mets in 2000, Bonilla earns $1,193,248.20 each year until 2035 , when he'll be 72 years old. That's more than some of baseball's young stars will make in a year.
But why do the Mets still...
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Bobby Bonilla Day: Why Mets still owe former All-Star $1.19M per year until he's 72

Bobby Bonilla Day: Why Mets still owe former All-Star $1.19M per year until he's 72

1 month ago   |   By CBS Sports

The annual payday is here for Bobby Bo
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