D.C. United and MLS player salaries posted

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Penalty Kicks,Sports,Craig Stouffer

The Major League Soccer Players Union does it for the greater good of its membership, but it can’t be easy for most MLS players to see their humble salaries revealed to all.

With that intro, here’s what we’ve got for D.C. United this season. Most notably, new forward Rafael is on a base compensation of $220,000, with $284,625 guaranteed. Also, Chris Pontius, who signed a new deal last season, now earns $330,000 base, $361,000 guaranteed. Dejan Jakovic, who also signed a new contract during the offseason, is up to $280,000 in base salary, $303,341 guaranteed. Goalkeeper Bill Hamid is easily the most undercompensated, at $75,000 base, $89,750 guaranteed.

The full list:

Raphael Augusto              $46,500/46,500

Nick DeLeon       $70,400/105,400

Dwayne De Rosario         $600,000/645,333

Andrew Dykstra               $46,500/46,500

Bill Hamid            $75,000/89,750

Dejan Jakovic     $280,000/303,341

Taylor Kemp       $35,125/35,125

Perry Kitchen     $105,000/190,450

Chris Korb           $49,613/49,613

Brandon McDonald         $235,000/273,250

Lewis Neal          $90,000/96,440.63

Lionard Pajoy     $190,000/205,000

Chris Pontius      $330,000/361,000

Kyle Porter         $46,500/54,992

James Riley         $140,000/145,750

Carlos Ruiz          $75,000/75,000

Robbie Russell   $75,000/75,000

Marcos Sanchez               $60,000/60,000

Marcelo Saragosa            $110,000/110,000

Michael Seaton $35,125/38,125

Conor Shanosky               $75,000/89,219

Syamsir Alam     $46,500/46,500

Rafael   $220,000/284,625

John Thorrington             $150,000/150,000

Casey Townsend              $56,650/91,650

Ethan White       $75,000/91,000

Joe Willis              $46,500/46,500

Daniel Woolard $100,000/100,000

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Craig Stouffer

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