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I knew that he represented many big names like A-Rod, Teixeira, Beltran and others, but the sheer number of clients that he's amassed is amazing. Agents typically make 3%-5% of their clients salary, so it's probably safe to say that he's earned over $100 million in commissions. He's a controversial agent, but you have to respect the guy for his success.

Updated 5-11-10

Major League

Tony Abreu

Garret Anderson

Rick Ankiel

Jeff Baker

Carlos Beltran

Adrian Beltre

Hank Blalock

Julio Borbon

Willie Bloomquist

Shin-Soo Choo

Chris Coghlan

Alex Cora

Joe Crede

Johnny Damon

Chris Davis

J.D. Drew

Stephen Drew

Jacoby Ellsbury

Prince Fielder

Dexter Fowler

Carlos Gomez

Carlos Gonzalez

Mike Gonzalez

Luke Hochevar

Matt Holliday

Edwin Jackson

Andruw Jones

Jair Jurrjens

Ian Kennedy

Gerald Laird

Matt LaPorta

Jeff Larish

Kyle Lohse

Rodrigo Lopez

Derek Lowe

Ryan Madson

Daisuke Matsuzaka

Kevin Millwood

Zach Miner

Kendry Morales

Xavier Nady

Magglio Ordonez

Micah Owings

Mike Pelfrey

Carlos Pena

Oliver Perez

Manny Ramirez

Anthony Reyes

Alex Rodriguez

Ivan Rodriguez

Max Scherzer

Scott Schoeneweis

Bobby Seay

Ryan Spilborghs

Julian Tavarez

Taylor Teagarden

Mark Teixeira

Jason Varitek

Ron Villone

Jarrod Washburn

Jeff Weaver

Jered Weaver

Matt Wieters

Barry Zito

Minor League

Dustin Ackley

Pedro Alvarez

Jake Arrieta

Josh Barfield

Jeremy Bleich

Andrew Brackman

Jason Donald

Allan Dykstra

Danny Espinosa

Josh Fields

Jon Gaston

Grant Green

Tyler Greene

Danny Gutierrez

Mark Hamilton

Craig Hansen

Blake Hawksworth

Jeremy Hellickson

Gorkys Hernandez

Eric Hosmer

Brandon Laird

Nick Maronde

Mark McCormick

Mike Moustakas

Andy Oliver

Mark Pawelek

Wynn Pelzer

Guillermo Quiroz

Mike Rozier

Stephen Strasburg

Donavan Tate

Carlos Triunfel

Jacob Turner

Angel Villalona


Bryce Harper

Nick Maronde

Source: http://www.mlbtraderumors.com/2008/10/scott-boras-cli.html

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Wow! I "knew" but I didn't know. Much as we all hate him, you have to tip your cap. The guy has reshaped how agents work. He took the system as it was and manipulated it to suit his ends. The John D. Rockefeller of baseball. It doesn't get much more American than that.

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