Here is a look at how the Phils' payroll breaks down:
Pitchers (12): Joe Blanton ($5.475 million), Clay Condrey ($650,000), Chad Durbin ($1.635 million), Scott Eyre ($2 million), Cole Hamels ($4.35 million), J.A. Happ ($405,000), Brad Lidge ($11.5 million), Ryan Madson ($3 million, includes a $1 million signing bonus), Jamie Moyer ($6.5 million), Brett Myers ($12 million), Chan Ho Park ($2.5 million) and Jack Taschner ($830,000).
Catchers (2): Chris Coste ($460,000) and Carlos Ruiz ($475,000).
Infielders (7): Eric Bruntlett ($800,000), Miguel Cairo ($500,000), Greg Dobbs ($1.15 million), Pedro Feliz ($5 million), Ryan Howard ($15 million), Jimmy Rollins ($8.5 million, includes a $1 million signing bonus) and Chase Utley ($11.25 million, includes a $250,000 signing bonus).
Outfielders (4): Raul Ibanez ($8.5 million, includes a $2 million signing bonus), Matt Stairs ($1 million), Shane Victorino ($3.125 million) and Jayson Werth ($3 million, includes a $1 million signing bonus).
Also: Eaton ($9.15 million), Jenkins ($8 million), Romero ($2.59 million, minus and Thome ($3 million).
It looked like Cairo might be bumped off the roster before Opening Night on Sunday, but Gary Sheffield, whom the Phillies were interested in signing last week, signed instead with the Mets.
"I wouldn't say it was a relief," Cairo said. "It was special, though. I was happy. It was the first time I had to sign a Minor League contract, so it was special, because I had a small chance to make this team. I worked hard. I played well in Spring Training and proved I can help a club in the big leagues."