Last July we took a look at what the world’s top soccer players’ salaries are worth in NYC real estate. This summer, we’re delving into America’s pastime. And since tonight is the 2015 MLB All-Star Game, CityRealty created this fun infographic of the real estate that top-paid All-Stars can buy in NYC versus in their home cities. Considering that the total contract salaries of all the All-Star starters is $2 billion, it’s not surprising that this chunk of change can buy all the condos in the Sony Building conversion or every Manhattan apartment sold in May of 2015. And when you break it down by player, it’s even more eye-popping. Zack Greinke’s $25 million salary, for example, can buy him a swanky penthouse in 50 UN Plaza or 26 residences in his home state of California. David Price’s $19.8 million salary will nab him a 77th-floor unit at 30 Park Place or a whopping 314 homes in Detroit.
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