FILE - Sports agent Scott Boras poses for a portrait in the lobby of the Boras Corporation headquarters in Newport Beach, Calif., in this Sept. 5, 2008 file photo. According to an analysis done by a tax lawyer on the staff of agent Scott Boras, a player with a $10 million salary and average deductions who plays in Florida and is a resident of that state will see his taxes rise from $3.45 million this year to $4.09 million next year under current law. If traded to the Blue Jays, that player's 2013 tax would rise to $4.27 million. And if dealt to a California team, the tax would go up to $4.4 million. (AP Photo/Carlos Delgado)

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FILE - Sports agent Scott Boras poses for a portrait in the lobby of the Boras Corporation headquarters in Newport Beach, Calif., in this Sept. 5, 2008 file photo. According to an analysis done by a tax lawyer on the staff of agent Scott Boras, a player with a $10 million salary and average deductions who plays in Florida and is a resident of that state will see his taxes rise from $3.45 million this year to $4.09 million next year under current law. If traded to the Blue Jays, that player's 2013 tax would rise to $4.27 million. And if dealt to a California team, the tax would go up to $4.4 million. (AP Photo/Carlos Delgado)
FILE - Sports agent Scott Boras poses for a portrait in the lobby of the Boras Corporation headquarters in Newport Beach, Calif., in this Sept. 5, 2008 file photo. According to an analysis done by a tax lawyer on the staff of agent Scott Boras, a player with a $10 million salary and average deductions who plays in Florida and is a resident of that state will see his taxes rise from $3.45 million this year to $4.09 million next year under current law. If traded to the Blue Jays, that player's 2013 tax would rise to $4.27 million. And if dealt to a California team, the tax would go up to $4.4 million. (AP Photo/Carlos Delgado)
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