Jonah Keri had an interesting piece in Grantland today about the Dodgers' finances and how they just really don't seem to care how much money they are spending. The big-picture takeaway was a look at baseball's messed up economics and just how much money the big teams take in. A smaller takeaway was how much money the Dodgers are committed to spending next year.

And our #cheapeningit takeaway: How that money owed is divided up among the four traded players: Adrian Gonzalez, Carl Crawford, Josh Beckett and Nick Punto. Please do enjoy this pie chart:

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