Does Paying Manny Ramirez More Result in Better Performance?

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Does Paying Manny Ramirez More Result in Better Performance?
Introduction
Manny Ramirez was a professional baseball player in the National Baseball league. According to MLB.com (2011) he had a distinguished career that started in 1993 and ended in 2011. He had a number of batting awards and has won the Hank Aarron award in 1999 and 2004 (MLB.com, 2011).
Over his 18 year career Ramirez has received different salaries and he has also shown differing levels of performance. The question is whether there is actually any relationship between the salary he received and his performance? To see if there was any relationship between Ramirez’s performance and his salary level Ramirez’s salary and batting average data from 1993 to 2011 was compiled in...
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