Minnesota Twins payroll and salaries for each player for the 2013 season

Minnesota Twins second baseman Jamey Carroll (8) reacts to second baseman Brian Dozier (2) scoring the winning run in the ninth inning against the Detroit Tigers at Target Field. The Twins won 3-2. (Jesse Johnson-USA TODAY Sports)

Minnesota Twins second baseman Jamey Carroll (8) reacts to second baseman Brian Dozier (2) scoring the winning run in the ninth inning against the Detroit Tigers at Target Field. The Twins won 3-2. (Jesse Johnson-USA TODAY Sports)

As the 2013 Major League Baseball season gets underway, we step off the diamond for a moment and into the financial records of each of the 30 teams in the league.

We are taking a look at the salaries each team has on its records as of April 1, a joke to some folks but Opening Day to fans and teams alike. Obviously, with trades, cuts, call-ups and whatever else these numbers are subject to change throughout the 162-game season.

Here is the total amount of money the Minnesota Twins will be paying their players for the 2013 campaign:

Joe Mauer $23,000,000

Justin Morneau 15,000,000

Josh Willingham 7,000,000

Kevin Correia 4,500,000

Mike Pelfrey 4,000,000

Jamey Carroll 3,750,000

Ryan Doumit 3,500,000

Glen Perkins 2,500,000

Jared Burton 2,050,000

Brian Duensing 1,300,000

Tim Wood 675,000

Scott Diamond 530,000

Vance Worley 525,000

Trevor Plouffe 520,000

Josh Roenicke 505,000

Anthony Swarzak 502,500

Cole DeVries 500,000

Casey Fien 500,000

Darin Mastroianni 500,000

Brian Dozier 497,500

Chris Parmelee 497,500

Eduardo Escobar 495,000

Pedro Florimon 495,000

Liam Hendriks 495,000

Tyler Robertson 495,000

Aaron Hicks 490,000

Ryan Pressly 490,000

In total, the Minnesota Twins opening day payroll sits at  $75,562,500; that is the twenty third-highest in all of baseball in 2013.

h/t: Deadspin

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