Have you ever wondered how much money you make compared to a Major League Baseball player? I've always heard big salary numbers thrown around, but visualizing it really puts it into perspective. The interactive visualization below can be used to compare your salary and the average US worker's salary to any MLB player across several different statistics from the 2013 season. For example, if a player made $2,000,000 and hit 10 home runs, this equates to being paid $200,000 per home run.
To use the visualization just 1. Enter your salary in the top left corner 2. Select any MLB player 3. Choose one of the fourteen available statistics.