NEW YORK (AP) _ Players who would lose the most in salary during each day of a strike, with 1994 salary, daily loss and total loss if the strike lasts from Aug. 12 through the rest of the season.

Salaries listed do not include prorated shares of signing bonuses or other guaranteed income, or incentives bonuses earned or money lost because of lost opportunities for incentive bonuses.

Daily loss is calculated by dividing 1994 salary by 183, the number of days scheduled for the 1994 season. The method was established in a 1983 decision by arbitrator Raymond Goetz dealing with salaries during the 1981 strike: No. Player Salary Daily 52- day total 1, Bobby Bonilla, NYM $5,700,000 $31,148 $1,619,672 2, Jack McDowell, WSox 5,300,000 28,692 1,506,011 3, Roberto Alomar, Tor 5,000,000 27,322 1,420,765 (tie) Roger Clemens, Bos 5,000,000 27,322 1,420,765 5, Cal Ripken Jr., Bal 4,800,000 26,230 1,363,934 6, Barry Bonds, SF 4,750,000 25,956 1,349,727 7, Gary Sheffield, Fla 4,625,000 25,273 1,314,208 8, Gregg Jefferies, StL 4,600,000 25,137 1,307,104 (tie) Wally Joyner, KC 4,600,000 25,137 1,307,104 (tie) John Smiley, Cin 4,600,000 25,137 1,307,104 Minimum Salary 109,000 596 30,973