MLB bullpen catchers make an average of $90,000 per year, though salaries can vary from $30,000 to over $110,000. Although they’re not technically a player, bullpen catchers are an essential part of the team, working to warm up starting pitchers before games and relief pitchers before they enter for their outings.
Do MLB Bullpen Catchers Travel With the Team?
As part of the staff, bullpen catchers travel with their MLB team to warm up with the pitchers on the road.
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