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Posted at 01:53 PM ET, 05/25/2012

Thierry Henry is MLS’s highest-paid player

MLS top 25 base salaries in 2012:

Thierry Henry, New York: $5 million ($5.6m overall)

Rafael Marquez, New York: $4.6 million ($4.6m)

David Beckham, Los Angeles: $3 million ($4m)

Robbie Keane, Los Angeles: $2.9 million ($3.4m)

Landon Donovan, Los Angeles: $2.4 million ($2.4m)

Torsten Frings, Toronto: $2 million ($2.4m)

Julian de Guzman, Toronto: $1.9 million ($1.9m)

Kris Boyd, Portland: $1.2 million ($1.5m)

Danny Koevermans, Toronto: $1.1 million ($1.6m)

Dwayne De Rosario, D.C. United: $617,000 ($663,000)

Fredy Montero, Seattle: $600,000 ($756,000)

David Ferreira, Dallas: $600,000 ($705,000)

Eric Hassli, Vancover: $550,000 ($790,000)

Shalrie Joseph, New England: $495,000 ($554,000)

Javier Morales, Real Salt Lake: $425,000 ($477,000)

Branko Boskovic, D.C. United: $409,000 ($545,000)

Freddy Adu, Philadelphia: $400,000 ($519,000)

Benny Feilhaber, New England: $400,000 ($446,000)

Conor Casey, Colorado: $400,000 ($400,000)

Juan Pablo Angel, Chivas USA: $350,000 ($600,000)

Alvaro Saborio, Real Salt Lake: $350,000 ($405,000)

Brek Shea, Dallas: $310,000 ($354,000)

Chad Marshall, Columbus: $310,000 ($341,000)

Hamdi Salihi, D.C. United: $305,000 ($487,000)

Alvaro Fernandez, Seattle: $300,000 ($367,000)

For team-by-team breakdowns and salary explanations, visit the players’ union Web site.

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