Top 7 MLB Stars Who Are Unpaid For Their Good Job

Athletes are generally considered to get more money than any other group of entertainers. But, the truth is slightly different. Some athletes don’t get as much as they deserve, and some are followed by numerous controversies. It’s a fact that MLB players get a lot of money for their games. Guess what… Some of them don’t earn as much as you think. We give you the ‘golden’ 7.

Brian Dozier has been part of the Minnesota Twins for quite some time now, and the athlete will get just $9 million in the final year of his contract. Did somebody just forget that Dozier is an All-Star and Gold Glove winner?

Mike Moustakas didn’t benefit much, and earned less than other free agents. He do hoped to get a good deal, but his winter was too gray for that. Moustakas is also a two-time All-Star, and $6.5 million is not what he deserves.

Lance Lynn should definitely earn more. He became part of the Minnesota Twins, and $12 is too low for his great game.

Delin Betances shares the same destiny, and he’s a four-time All-Star. Rings a bell? Well, guess what… This amazing athlete will get just $5.1 million. So sad.

Anthony Rizzo will get $7 million. His biography contains therms like “All-Star, “World Series champion,” “Gold Glove winner,” and “Slugger winner.”

Noah Syndergaard reached the lowest of all lows with his $2.9 million, and he deserves more than that.

Carlos Correa has a million worth deal, and that’s pretty much everything we’re going to say about the sadness in the MLB.