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List of all players sold in IPL auction 2012

List of all players sold in IPL auction 2012

The fifth edition of the Indian Premier League will begin on April 4, 2012 © AFP

 

By CricketCountry Staff

 

Bengaluru: Feb 4, 2012

 

India all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja was bought for a whopping USD 2 million by Chennai Super Kings in a hotly contested battle at the Indian Premier League (IPL) auction.

 

Jadeja, who had a base price of $100,000, was bagged in a tie-breaker between Super Kings and Deccan Chargers. The $2 million budget cap for the auction means Super Kings have spent all their money on a single player and cannot participate in the auction any more.

 

Five marquee players were put up for sale in the first session of the auction at the Royal Gardenia Hotel here and four of them played for defunct Kochi Tuskers in the 2011 edition.

 

New Zealand batsman-wicketkeeper Brendon McCullum (base price $400,000) was picked up by Kolkata Knight Riders for $900,000 and was the first player to be sold.

 

Retired Sri Lanka spinner Muttiah Muralitharan ($200,000) was picked up by Royal Challengers Bangalore for $220,000 while Sri Lanka captain Mahela Jayawardene ($300,000) attracted $1.4 million by the Delhi Daredevils after a two-way battle between the Delhi franchise and Deccan Chargers.

England fast bowler James Anderson went unsold with a base price of $300,000.

 

Here is the list of all players sold, unsold or retained in the IPL auction for the fifth edition:


Name

Country

Status

IPL team

Price (in USD)

Base price

Brendon McCullum

New Zealand

Sold

KKR

900, 000

400, 000

Ravindra Jadeja

India

Sold

CSK

2 million

100, 000

Muttiah Muralitharan

Sri Lanka

Sold

RCB

220,000

200, 000

Mahela Jayawardene

Sri Lanka

Sold

DD

1.4 million

300, 000

Herschelle Gibbs

South Africa

Sold

MI

50, 000

50, 000

Brad Hodge

Australia

Sold

RR

475, 000

200, 000

Dinesh Chandimal

Sri Lanka

Sold

RR

50, 000

50, 000

Andre Russell

West Indies

Sold

DD

450, 000

50, 000

Mitchell Johnson

Australia

Sold

MI

300, 000

300, 000

R Vinay Kumar

India

Sold

RCB

1 million

100, 000

Parthiv Patel

India

Sold

DC

650, 000

200, 000

RP Singh

India

Sold

MI

600, 000

200, 000

Brad Hogg

Australia

Sold

RR

180, 000

100, 000

Sunil Narine

West Indies

Sold

KKR

700, 000

50, 000

Ramesh Powar

India

Sold

KXIP

160, 000

100, 000

S Sreesanth

India

Sold

RR

400, 000

400, 000

Robin Peterson

South Africa

Sold

MI

100, 000

100, 000

Daniel Harris

Australia

Sold

DC

70, 000

50, 000

Kevon Cooper

West Indies

Sold

RR

50, 000

50, 000

James Faulkner

Australia

Sold

KXIP

190, 000

100, 000

Azhar Mahmood

Pakistan/England

Sold

KXIP

200, 000

100, 000

Thisara Perera

Sri Lanka

Sold

MI

650, 000

50, 000

Marchant de Lange

South Africa

Sold

KKR

50, 000

50, 000

Darren Bravo

West Indies

Sold

DC

100, 000

100, 000

Doug Bracewell

New Zealand

Sold

DD

50, 000

50, 000

Sourav Ganguly

India

Retained

PWI

 

400, 000

Chris Gayle

West Indies

Retained

RCB

 

550, 000

David Miller

 

Retained

KXIP

 

100, 000

Kevin Pietersen

England

Transferred*

DC to DD

 

 

Andrew McDermott

Australia

Transferred*

DD to RCB

 

 

Dinesh Karthik

India

Transferred*

KXIP to MI

 

 

Pragyan Ojha

India

Transferred*

DC to MI

 

 

R Sathish

India

Transferred*

MI to KXIP

 

 

Harmeet Singh

India

Transferred*

DC to KXIP

 

 

James Anderson

England

Unsold

 

 

300, 000

Adrian Barath

West Indies

Unsold

 

 

50, 000

Tamim Iqbal

Bangladesh

Unsold

 

 

50, 000

Ramnaresh Sarwan

West Indies

Unsold

 

 

100, 000

Ian Bell

England

Unsold

 

 

200, 000

Upul Tharanga

Sri Lanka

Unsold

 

 

50, 000

Owais Shah

England

Unsold

 

 

200, 000

VVS Laxman

India

Unsold

 

 

400, 000

Matt Prior

England

Unsold

 

 

200, 000

Mark Boucher

South Africa

Unsold

 

 

100, 000

Brendan Taylor

Zimbabwe

Unsold

 

 

100, 000

Marlon Samuels

West Indies

Unsold

 

 

100, 000

Steven Smith

Australia

Unsold

 

 

200, 000

Luke Wright

England

Unsold

 

 

200, 000

Justin Kemp

South Africa

Unsold

 

 

100, 000

Ravi Bopara

England

Unsold

 

 

100, 000

Kevin O’Brien

Ireland

Unsold

 

 

50, 000

Dwayne Smith

West Indies

Unsold

 

 

100, 000

Lonwabo Tsotsobe

South Africa

Unsold

 

 

50, 000

Vernon Philander

South Africa

Unsold

 

 

200, 000

Fidel Edwards

West Indies

Unsold

 

 

100, 000

Peter Siddle

Australia

Unsold

 

 

200, 000

Tim Southee

New Zealand

Unsold

 

 

100, 000

Graeme Swann

England

Unsold

 

 

400, 000

Rangana Herath

Sri Lanka

Unsold

 

 

50, 000

Steve O’Keefe

Australia

Unsold

 

 

100, 000

Ajantha Mendis

Sri Lanka

Unsold

 

 

50, 000

Xavier Doherty

Australia

Unsold

 

 

100, 000

Lendl Simmons

West Indies

Unsold

 

 

50, 000

Farveez Maharoof

Sri Lanka

Unsold

 

 

50, 000

Alister McDermott

Australia

Unsold

 

 

20, 000

Michael Neser

Australia

Unsold

 

 

50, 000

Jacques Rudolph

South Africa

Unsold

 

 

20, 000

Nicky Boje

South Africa

Unsold

 

 

200, 000

Andy Mckay

New Zealand

Unsold

 

 

50, 000

Moises Henriques

Australia

Unsold

 

 

50, 000

Jacob Oram

New Zealand

Unsold

 

 

100, 000

Ben Laughlin

Australia

Unsold

 

 

50, 000

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