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Dodgers to Pay MLB-Record $43.7 Million Luxury-Tax Penalty

The Los Angeles Dodgers' record-setting payroll in 2015 has also led to the franchise setting a new Major League Baseball record in luxury-tax penalties.     

According to Bob Nightengale of USA Today, after spending $298.3 million on talent last year, the Dodgers will be paying $43.7 million in competitive balance tax. 

The Dodgers — who paid about $50 million to players who never appeared for them in 2015 — are one of four teams this season to be subjected to Major League Baseball's "
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