After paying out close to $90 million in 2006, the Braves said goodbye to a few multi-million dollar players (Thomson, Giles, Reitsma, Sosa, Ramirez) and are currently set to pay something close to $80 million. This is thanks in part to Mike Hampton being healthy -- he's still making his millions, but we don't have to pay anyone else to pitch while he sits -- and also to Chipper Jones' restructuring his contract last year.
These numbers are not official, so take them with a grain of salt... and with the notes I have included below.
Sturtze's salary includes a $35K incentive for making the 25-man roster. He can earn up to $45K more in incentives based on appearances as a starter or reliever.
Craig Wilson can earn a maximum of $525K in incentives for up to 500 plate appearances.
No signing bonuses or other incentives are included.
For lack of official 2007 information, some sub-$400K salaries are from 2006.
Because of that lack of data, I have included 27 players on this list. The extra $650-700K should be close to the difference in last year's and this year's salaries.
Also, Bobby Cox is one of the highest-paid managers in baseball. He'll make $3 million in 2007.