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another $7 million if he breaks Barry Bonds' all-time home-run record.
One source told ESPN.com that baseball is trying to close loopholes that teams might be able to use to avoid paying a luxury tax, and both of these provisions fall under that heading because neither milestone bonuses nor personal-services deals are considered to be guaranteed money.
Why is the union bending over like this? And why do they keep doing it? They must be getting something significant later on like a salary floor.
I would guess it's worded as "hits 763rd HR" or similar
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