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Major League Baseball rosters by average player age in 2014 (in years)*

This graph depicts Major League Baseball clubs by average player age in 2014. Houston Astros baseball club had an average player age of 26.8 years in 2014.

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Amongst all teams in Major League Baseball, the Boston Red Sox have the roster with the highest average player age in 2014. The average age of the Boston Red Sox players in April 2014 was 31 years. The oldest player in the MLB as at April 17, 2014 is Raul Ibanez. The 41-year old plays for the Los Angeles Angels. The second-oldest player is LaTroy Hawkins of the Colorado Rockies, who is about half a year younger than Ibanez.

The average player salary in Major League Baseball was at 3.39 million U.S. dollars in 2013, up from 2.37 million U.S . dollars in 2003, a CAGR of 3.64 percent of the past ten years. According to the Collective Bargaining Agreement between Major League Baseball and the MLB Players Association, the minimum player salary for the 2014 season was at 500 thousand U.S. dollars.
In the 2014 season, the pitcher Zack Greinke, who plays for the Los Angeles Dodgers, is the highest paid player in the MLB with a salary of 26 million U.S. dollars. Other players earning 20 million U.S. dollars or more in salaries in 2014 are Cliff Lee, Ryan Howard, Prince Fielder, Robinson Cano, Cole Hamels, Mark Teixeira, C.C. Sabathia, Joe Mauer, Albert Pujols, Felix Hernandez, Miguel Cabrera, Masahiro Tanaka, Adrian Gonzalez, Matt Kemp, Jacob Ellsbury, Carl Crawford, Matt Cain, Jayson Werth, David Wright and Justin Verlander. .

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 Average player age in years
Boston Red Sox 31
Philadelphia Phillies 30.5
New York Yankees 30.2
Los Angeles Dodgers 30
Tampa Bay Rays 29.9
San Francisco Giants 29.8
Detroit Tigers 29.3
New York Mets 29.3
Toronto Blue Jays 29.2
Arizona Diamondbacks 29.2
Los Angeles Angels 29.2
Texas Rangers 28.9
San Diego Padres 28.8
Cleveland Indians 28.7
Oakland Athletics 28.5
Cincinnati Reds 28.4
Milwaukee Brewers 28.4
Minnesota Twins 28.4
Kansas City Royals 28.3
Pittsburgh Pirates 28.3
Baltimore Orioles 28.1
Chicago White Sox 28
Chicago Cubs 27.9
Seattle Mariners 27.9
Colorado Rockies 27.8
St. Louis Cardinals 27.8
Washington Nationals 27.7
Atlanta Braves 27.4
Miami Marlins 27.3
Houston Astros 26.8
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