At the beginning of the 2015 season, the Los Angeles Dodgers boasted the highest payroll in MLB at a whopping $230 million, and they've increased that mammoth total by over 30 percent after the trade deadline.

Tallies from both SB Nation and Spotrac calculate that the Dodgers' payroll is now over $300 million after the moves they made in July.

Roughly 30 percent of that gigantic total, $87.8 million, is dedicated to players who aren't currently on Los Angeles' roster, with eight-figure amounts owed to prospect Hector Olivera ($29.3 million), Matt Kemp ($18 million), Brian Wilson ($10 million), and Dan Haren ($10 million).

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Business Insider notes that that sum of $87.8 million exceeds the payrolls of the Houston Astros, Tampa Bay Rays, Arizona Diamondbacks, Oakland Athletics, Cleveland Indians, and Miami Marlins.

The Dodgers' pockets appear to be bottomless as they search to compile the winning team that will bring home the first World Series to Los Angeles since 1988.

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