MLB doesn’t officially disclose managers’ salaries.  We gathered information from various online sources to come up with the numbers below.  Also, most managers also have a lot of incentives built into their contracts.  This means the numbers below may not represent their actual compensation.

From what we could find, Joe Maddon, Mike Scioscia and Bruce Bochy are the highest paid managers in Major League Baseball.  But, there isn’t a lot of data available.  So, we don’t really know how many of these numbers are correct and how much some of the others are making.

Either way, it’s safe to say managers don’t come close to how much the top MLB players make. Right now, Zach Greinke has the highest salary of any player at $34,416,667.

MLB Manager Salaries for the 2017 Season

ManagerTeamApprox. Salary
Joe MaddonChicago Cubs$5,000,000
Mike SciosciaLos Angeles Angels$5,000,000
Bruce BochySan Francisco Giants$5,000,000
Joe GirardiNew York Yankees$4,000,000
Buck ShowalterBaltimore Orioles$3,500,000
Don MattinglyMiami Marlins$2,500,000
Dusty BakerWashington Nationals$1,750,000
Clint HurdlePittsburgh Pirates$1,125,000
Terry CollinsNew York Mets$1,000,000
John GibbonsToronto Blue Jays $1,000,000
Kevin CashTampa Bay Rays $800,000
Mike MathenySt. Louis Cardinals $750,000
Chip HaleArizona Diamondbacks
Fredi GonzalezAtlanta Braves
John FarrellBoston Red Sox
Robin VenturaChicago White Sox
Bryan PriceCincinnati Reds
Terry FranconaCleveland Indians
Walt WeissColorado Rockies
Brad AusmusDetroit Tigers
A.J. HinchHouston Astros
Ned YostKansas City Royals
Dave RobertsLos Angeles Dodgers
Craig CounsellMilwaukee Brewers
Paul MolitorMinnesota Twins
Bob MelvinOakland Athletics
Pete MackaninPhiladelphia Phillies
Andy GreenSan Diego Padres
Scott ServaisSeattle Mariners
Jeff BanisterTexas Rangers

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