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Forced out at second despite being significantly lighter in the pocket.(Chris Carlson - AP)

Via the Miami Herald comes this news about Dmitri Young's divorce agreement, which was signed before Dmitri's contract extension:

Rebecca, 35, walks with nearly $3.2 million. That includes $1.6 million that Dmitri had given her previously; $1.492 million from the sale of their Weston house, plus another $100,000. Dmitri, 33, must pay $10,000 a month in child support for Owen, 10; Damon, 8, and Layla, 5. (That amount is recalculated yearly based on the parents' circumstances.) He will also put $312,000 into an education trust.

There are some more details, but most importantly, the Herald says that Dmitri keeps "his $782,000 baseball card collection," which is way out of line with what everyone on the Nats seemed to believe his collection was worth. I heard "seven figures" multiple times in regards to the card collection. Although I guess $782k isn't bad for a pile of cardboard.

Also, I realize this was signed before the extension, but if Rebecca is getting 3.2 out of a new pile of 10, that's .320, which isn't all that different from Dmitri's success rate of .337. Good thing Cristian Guzman didn't get divorced in 2005, I guess.

By Dan Steinberg  |  August 29, 2007; 2:02 PM ET
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And it still is nowhere near the DY's batting average.

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Posted by: | August 29, 2007 2:10 PM | Report abuse

Dan what would be divided up in a divorce between you and the mrs. ? would make for an interseting blog

Posted by: bring back laron profit | August 29, 2007 5:35 PM | Report abuse

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