Following an investigation by the federal Department of Labor concerning minimum wage, overtime and recordkeeping violations for 74 employees – including clubhouse assistants, video operators and managers – of the San Francisco Giants baseball team over a three year period, the Giants agreed to pay $544,715 in backpay and liquidated damages to the underpaid workers. Some of the alleged violations included failures to pay minimum wage, failure to pay overtime, and improper classification of employees as exempt. Presumably starting pitchers Tim Lincecum ($22,250,000 salary for 2013) and Barry Zito ($20,000,000 salary for 2013) were not among the underpaid workers.