Scott Boras

amerikansk advokat och spelaragent

Scott Dean Boras, född 2 november 1952, är en amerikansk advokat och spelaragent som är verksam inom den nordamerikanska professionella basebolligan Major League Baseball (MLB).[1] Han företräder många framträdande basebollspelare och har förhandlat fram spelarkontrakt till ett värde av mer än fyra miljarder amerikanska dollar[2], ingen annan spelaragent oavsett sport har varit i närheten av den summan, sen han blev spelaragent på tidigt 1980-tal. Boras har beskrivits som "superagent" av nordamerikansk media[3][4][5][6][7][8] och toppar årligen listor om vem som är den mest inflytelserika spelaragenten i sportvärlden[9][10][11][12].

Scott Boras
Scott Boras, 2010.
FöddScott Dean Boras
2 november 1952 (69 år)
USA Sacramento, CA, USA
NationalitetUSA
UtbildningUniversity of the Pacific
Doktor i farmaci
McGeorge School of Law
Juris doktor
Yrke/uppdragAdvokat Spelaragent
HemortUSA Newport Beach, Kalifornien, USA
MakaJeanette
Barn3

Han avlade en doktor i farmaci vid University of the Pacific och en juris doktor vid McGeorge School of Law.

De största spelarkontraktenRedigera

De mest lukrativa spelarkontrakten som Boras har förhandlat fram och som överstiger ett totalt värde av 100 miljoner dollar.
Uppdaterat: 15 mars 2021.

Spelare Lag Värde Längd Genomsnitt/år År
1. Bryce Harper (RF) Philadelphia Phillies $330 miljoner 13 år $25,38 miljoner 2019
[13]
2. Gerrit Cole (P) New York Yankees $324 miljoner 9 år $36 miljoner 2019
[14]
3. Alex Rodriguez (3B) New York Yankees $275 miljoner 10 år $27,5 miljoner 2007
[15][16]
4. Alex Rodriguez (SS) Texas Rangers $252 miljoner 10 år $25,2 miljoner 2000
[17]
5. Anthony Rendon (3B) Los Angeles Angels $245 miljoner 7 år $35 miljoner 2019
[18]
6. Stephen Strasburg (P) Washington Nationals $245 miljoner 7 år $35 miljoner 2019
[19]
7. Prince Fielder (1B) Detroit Tigers $214 miljoner 9 år $23,77 miljoner 2012
[20]
8. Max Scherzer (P) Washington Nationals $210 miljoner 7 år $30 miljoner 2015
[21]
9. Mark Teixeira (1B) New York Yankees $180 miljoner 8 år $22,5 miljoner 2009
[22]
10. Stephen Strasburg (P) Washington Nationals $175 miljoner 7 år $25 miljoner 2016
[23]
11. José Altuve (2B) Houston Astros $163,5 miljoner 7 år $23,36 miljoner 2018
[24]
12. Chris Davis (1B) Baltimore Orioles $161 miljoner 7 år $23 miljoner 2016
[25]
13. Jacoby Ellsbury (CF) New York Yankees $153 miljoner 7 år $21,86 miljoner 2013
[26]
14. Eric Hosmer (1B) San Diego Padres $144 miljoner 8 år $18 miljoner 2018
[27]
15. Choo Shin-soo (OF) Texas Rangers $130 miljoner 7 år $18,57 miljoner 2013
[28]
16. Jayson Werth (OF) Washington Nationals $126 miljoner 7 år $18 miljoner 2010
[29]
17. Barry Zito (P) San Francisco Giants $126 miljoner 7 år $18 miljoner 2006
[30]
18. Xander Bogaerts (SS) Boston Red Sox $120 miljoner 6 år $20 miljoner 2019
[31]
19. Matt Holliday (LF) St. Louis Cardinals $120 miljoner 7 år $17,14 miljoner 2010
[32]
20. Elvis Andrus (SS) Texas Rangers $120 miljoner 8 år $15 miljoner 2013
[33]
21. Carlos Beltrán (OF) New York Mets $119 miljoner 7 år $17 miljoner 2005
[34]
22. J.D. Martinez (RF) Boston Red Sox $110 miljoner 5 år $22 miljoner 2018
[35]
23. Kevin Brown (P) Los Angeles Dodgers $105 miljoner 7 år $15 miljoner 1998
[36]
Totalt: $4,147 miljarder $23,142 miljoner

ReferenserRedigera

NoterRedigera

  1. ^ Cole, Matthew. ”Scott Boras is the super sports agent”. ESPN.com. http://www.espn.com/espnmag/story?id=3608950. 
  2. ^ O'Neill, Dan. ”The man fans love to hate super agent Scott Boras acknowledges his image but disputes its accuracy.”. STLToday.com. http://www.stltoday.com/sports/the-man-fans-love-to-hate-super-agent-scott-boras/article_ac991aab-8d80-5bbd-b978-e79764856af0.html. 
  3. ^ ”The 50 most influential people behind the scenes in sports in 2016”. BusinessInsider.com. http://www.businessinsider.com/most-influential-people-behind-the-scenes-in-sports-2016-12?op=0&r=US&IR=T&IR=T#/#17-scott-boras-35. 
  4. ^ Hruby, Patrick. ”Baseball's best lobbyist”. Washingtonian.com. https://www.washingtonian.com/2014/05/12/baseballs-best-lobbyist/. 
  5. ^ Madden, Bill. ”After managing to get Max Scherzer a $210 million contract, Scott Boras belongs in Hall of Fame”. NYDailyNews.com. http://www.nydailynews.com/sports/baseball/raissman-scott-boras-hall-agent-article-1.2090634. 
  6. ^ Abraham, Peter. ”How Scott Boras influences all of baseball”. BostonGlobe.com. https://www.bostonglobe.com/sports/2013/11/14/super-agent-scott-boras-has-influence-throughout-game-baseball/2q9ugxIG5eA4j7VzENgD2I/story.html. 
  7. ^ Unruh, Jacob. ”Scott Boras has gone from farming to baseball super agent”. NewsOK.com. http://newsok.com/article/5427390. 
  8. ^ Rovell, Darren. ”My Interview with super-agent Scott Boras”. CNBC.com. http://www.cnbc.com/id/28450814. 
  9. ^ Farmery, Tom. ”Jorge Mendes is the wealthiest agent in football...but $2.1bn baseball guru Scott Boras rules the world and has totalling three times more than Cristiano Ronaldo's representative”. DailyMail.com. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sport/sportsnews/article-3800521/Jorge-Mendes-wealthiest-agent-football-2-1m-Baseball-guru-Scott-Boras-rules-world-deals-totalling-THREE-times-Cristiano-Ronaldo-s-representative.html#comments. 
  10. ^ Spector, Jesse. ”A trip through the Scott Boras Spin Zone”. SportingNews.com. http://www.sportingnews.com/mlb/news/scott-boras-mlb-free-agents-ian-kennedy-chris-davis-matt-harvey-mets-xander-bogaerts-red-sox/1a1vqevfalla31ax4khcpm7dkk. 
  11. ^ Belzer, Jason. ”The world's most powerful sports agents 2016”. Forbes.com. http://www.forbes.com/sites/jasonbelzer/2016/09/21/the-worlds-most-powerful-sports-agents-2016/#27b835b01ef1. 
  12. ^ ”Scott Boras”. Forbes.com. http://www.forbes.com/profile/scott-boras/. 
  13. ^ Trosset, Bob. ”Bryce Harper's massive 13-year, $330 million deal marks a new MLB record for overall dollars”. NBCSports.com. https://www.nbcsports.com/washington/nationals/bryce-harpers-massive-13-year-330-million-deal-marks-new-mlb-record-overall-dollars. 
  14. ^ Zagoria, Adam. ”Yankees, Gerrit Cole agree on record 9-year, $324 million contract”. Forbes.com. https://www.forbes.com/sites/adamzagoria/2019/12/11/yankees-gerrit-cole-agree-on-record-9-year-324-million-contract. 
  15. ^ Associated Press. ”Rodriguez finalizes $275M deal with Yankees”. ESPN.com. http://www.espn.com/mlb/news/story?id=3153171. 
  16. ^ Kepner, Tyler. ”Yankees may pay Rodriguez for home run record”. NYTimes.com. http://www.nytimes.com/2007/11/16/sports/baseball/16yankees.html. 
  17. ^ Schulman, Henry; Shea, John. ”$252 million man: Rodriguez signs with Rangers; contract doubles previous richest”. SFGate.com. http://www.sfgate.com/sports/article/252-MILLION-MAN-Rodriguez-signs-with-Rangers-3238243.php. 
  18. ^ Torres, Maria. ”Angels sign elite third baseman Anthony Rendon to seven-year, $245 million contract”. LATimes.com. https://www.latimes.com/sports/angels/story/2019-12-11/angels-sign-third-baseman-anthony-rendon-seven-year-245-million-contract. 
  19. ^ Dybas, Todd. ”Strasburg returning to Washington Nationals on 7-year deal worth $245 million”. NBCSports.com. https://www.nbcsports.com/washington/nationals/strasburg-returning-washington-nationals-7-year-deal-worth-245-million. 
  20. ^ ”Detroit Tigers get Prince Fielder for 9 years, $214 million”. SeattleTimes.com. http://www.seattletimes.com/sports/mariners/detroit-tigers-get-prince-fielder-for-9-years-214-million-baseball/. 
  21. ^ Ladson, Bill. ”Scherzer has 7-year, $210M deal with Nats”. MLB.com. http://m.mlb.com/news/article/106764378/nationals-max-scherzer-agree-to-seven-year-210-million-contract/. 
  22. ^ Zinser, Lynn. ”Yankees sign Teixeira in $180 million deal”. NYTimes.com. http://www.nytimes.com/2009/01/06/sports/06iht-baseyanks6.19135438.html. 
  23. ^ Matz, Eddie. ”Stephen Strasburg, Nats agree to 7-year, $175m extension”. ESPN.com. http://www.espn.com/mlb/story/_/id/15496192/stephen-strasburg-washington-nationals-agree-7-year-175m-extension. 
  24. ^ Associated Press. ”Jose Altuve finalizes 7-year, $163.5M deal with Astros”. ESPN.com. https://www.espn.com/mlb/story/_/id/22833766/jose-altuve-finalizes-7-year-1635m-deal-houston-astros. 
  25. ^ Encina, Eduardo A. ”Chris Davis, Orioles agree to 7-year, $161 million deal”. BaltimoreSun.com. http://www.baltimoresun.com/sports/bal-davis-orioles-agreement-20160116-story.html. 
  26. ^ Heyman, Jon. ”Jacoby Ellsbury, Yankees agree to seven-year, $153M deal”. CBSSports.com. http://www.cbssports.com/mlb/news/jacoby-ellsbury-yankees-agree-to-seven-year-153m-deal/. 
  27. ^ ”1B Eric Hosmer and Padres finalize $144 million, 8-year deal”. APNews.com. https://apnews.com/article/00b3451f435e49f79d2fcd9a2eb77eee. 
  28. ^ ”Rangers agree to 7-year, $130 million deal with OF Shin-Soo Choo”. FoxSports.com. http://www.foxsports.com/mlb/story/shin-soo-choo-texas-rangers-free-agency-hot-stove-122113. 
  29. ^ Kilgore, Adam. ”Nationals sign Jayson Werth to seven-year, $126 million contract”. WashingtonPost.com. http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/content/article/2010/12/05/AR2010120504517.html. 
  30. ^ Shpigel, Ben. ”Zito gets a record $126 million from the Giants”. NYTimes.com. http://www.nytimes.com/2006/12/29/sports/baseball/29zito.html. 
  31. ^ Gardner, Steve. ”Xander Bogaerts gets six-year, $120 million extension from Boston Red Sox”. USAToday.com. https://eu.usatoday.com/story/sports/mlb/redsox/2019/03/31/xander-bogaerts-all-star-shortstop-near-contract-extension-red-sox/3328461002/. 
  32. ^ Associated Press. ”Holliday, Cardinals finalize a seven-year, $120M deal”. USAToday.com. http://usatoday30.usatoday.com/sports/baseball/nl/cardinals/2010-01-05-holliday-cardinals_N.htm. 
  33. ^ Heyman, Jon. ”Andrus, Texas agree on eight-year, $120 million extension through 2022”. CBSSports.com. http://www.cbssports.com/mlb/news/andrus-texas-agree-on-eight-year-120-million-extension-through-2022/. 
  34. ^ Egbert, Bill. ”Another amazin' pickup! Mets' $119m lands Beltran”. NYDailyNews.com. http://www.nydailynews.com/archives/news/amazin-pickup-mets-119m-lands-beltran-article-1.631129. 
  35. ^ Gardner, Steve. ”J.D. Martinez, Red Sox agree to five-year, $110 million deal”. USAToday.com. https://www.usatoday.com/story/sports/mlb/2018/02/19/jd-martinez-red-sox-agree-five-year-110-million-deal/353105002/. 
  36. ^ Reid, Jason. ”Dodgers sign Kevin Brown for $105 million”. LATimes.com. http://articles.latimes.com/1998/dec/13/news/mn-53726.