Saturday, February 4, 2012

IPL 2012 Auction Live

Players Bought:

Brendon McCullum - $900,000 to Kolkata Knight Riders (base price $400,000)

Ravindra Jadeja - Maximum purse of $2 million bid by Chennai Super Kings and Deccan Chargers. It goes to a tie-breaker. Bought by Chennai Super Kings for an undisclosed amount (base price $100,000).

Muttiah Muralitharan - $220,000 to Royal Challengers Bangalore (base price $200,000)

Mahela Jayawardene - $1.4 million to Delhi Daredevils (base price $300,000)

Herschelle Gibbs - $50,000 to Mumbai Indians (base price $50,000)

Brad Hodge - $475,000 to Rajasthan Royals (base price $200,000)

Parthiv Patel - $650,000 to Deccan Chargers (base price $200,000)

Dinesh Chandimal - $50,000 to Rajasthan Royals (base price $50,000)

Andre Russell - $450,000 to Delhi Daredevils (base price $50,000)

Mitchell Johnson - $300,000 to Mumbai Indians (base price $300,000)

RP Singh - $600,000 to Mumbai Indians (base price $200,000)

Vinay Kumar - $1 million to Royal Challengers Bangalore (base price $100,000)

Sreesanth - $400,000 to Rajasthan Royals (base price $400,000)

Ramesh Powar - $160,000 to Kings XI Punjab (base price $100,000)

Brad Hogg - $180,000 to Rajasthan Royals (base price $100,000)

Sunil Narine - $700,000 to Kolkata Knight Riders (base price $50,000)

Robin Peterson - $100,000 to Mumbai Indians (base price $100,000)

Daniel Harris - $70,000 to Deccan Chargers (base price 50,000)

Kevon Cooper - $50,000 to Rajasthan Royals (base price 50,000)

James Faulkner - $190,000 to Kings XI Punjab (base price $100,000)

Azhar Mahmood - $200,000 to Kings XI Punjab (base price $100,000)

Thisara Perera - $650,000 to Mumbai Indians (base price $50,000)

Marchant de Lange - $50,000 to Kolkata Knight Riders (base price $50,000)

Darren Bravo - $100,000 to Deccan Chargers (base price $100,000)

Doug Bracewell - $50,000 to Delhi Daredevils (base price $50,000)



Players Unsold:


James Anderson - base price $300,000

Tamim Iqbal - base price $50,000

Adrian Barath - base price $50,000

Ramnaresh Sarwan - base price $100,000

Ian Bell - base price $200,000

Owais Shah - base price $200,000

Upul Tharanga - base price $50,000

VVS Laxman - base price $400,000

Matt Prior - base price $200,000

Brendan Taylor - base price $100,000

Mark Boucher - base price $100,000

Justin Kemp - base price $100,000

Marlon Samuels - base price $100,000

Steven Smith - base price $200,000

Ravi Bopara - base price $100,000

Luke Wright - base price $200,000

Kevin O'Brien - base price $50,000

Dwayne Smith - base price $100,000

Lonwabo Tsotsobe - base price $50,000

VRV Singh - base price $100,000

Vernon Philander - base price $200,000

Fidel Edwards - base price $100,000

Ravi Rampaul - base price $100,000

Peter Siddle - base price $200,000

Tim Southee - base price $100,000

Graeme Swann - base price $400,000

Rangana Herath - base price $50,000

Ajantha Mendis - base price $50,000

Steve O'Keefe - base price $100,000

Xavier Doherty - base price $100,000

Michael Klinger - base price $50,000

Richard Levi base price $50,000

Alviro Petersen base price $100,000

Lendl Simmons base price $50,000

Farveez Maharoof - base price $50,000

Jacob Oram - base price $100,000

Moises Henriques - base price $50,000

Ben Laughlin - base price $50,000

Ryan McLaren - base price $100,000

Nicky Boje - base price $200,000

Jacques Rudolph - base price $20,000

Andy McKay - base price $50,000

Alister McDermott - base price $20,000

Michael Neser - base price $50,000

Players Retained

(Players who were signed last year as a replacement for injured players and then retained by the franchise for this year)

Chris Gayle - Royal Challengers Bangalore, $550,000

Sourav Ganguly - Pune Warriors, $400,000

David Miller - Kings XI Punjab, $100,000

Players Transferred

(Main players signed during the IPL's trading window between December 15 and January 20)

Kevin Pietersen - Deccan Chargers to Delhi Daredevils

Andrew McDonald - Delhi Daredevils to Royal Challengers Bangalore

Dinesh Karthik - Kings XI Punjab to Mumbai Indians

Pragyan Ojha - Deccan Chargers to Mumbai Indians

R Sathish - Mumbai Indians to Kings XI Punjab

Harmeet Singh - Deccan Chargers to Kings XI Punjab

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