Mike Adams and John Lannan have fairly complicated options on their contracts with the Phillies, and Matt Gelb of the Inquirer has the details.
Adams, who is due $12 million over two years, can earn $6 million more in 2015 if he makes 65 appearances in 2014. (Adams made more than 65 appearances in 2010 and 2011, but not in his other six seasons.)
Or, if Adams totals 120 games in 2013 and 2014, his third-year option is for $6.5 million.
However -- and this was previously unknown -- Adams' third-year vesting option can be nullified if an elbow or shoulder injury suffered in 2014 leaves him unable to start the 2015 season.
As for Lannan, his base salary is for $2.5 million over one year. He can receive $200,000 bonuses for 150 innings, 160 innings, 170, 180 and 190 innings. If he reaches 200 or 210 innings, he'll receive $250,000 for each milestone. If he reaches 31 starts, he'll earn $250,000 for each start between Nos. 31 and 34.
So in all, Lannan can earn $5 million with the Phillies if he pitches 210 innings over 34 starts. His career-highs are 33 starts and 206.1 innings.