Astros players and team personnel will receive a record amount for a full World Series winners share. Here's a look at some of the recent payouts (and what the Braves got 22 years ago). 2017 Astros: $438,902 2016 Cubs: $368,872 2015 Royals: $370,069 2014 Giants: $388,606 2013 Red Sox: $307,323 1995 Braves: $206,635

Watch: Astros get record World Series winners share

The Astros will receive a record $438,901.57 for a full winners share after capturing the 2017 World Series. It’s more than $50,000 more than the previous record, received by the 2014 Giants.

Teams decide who gets a full, or less, share from the players, management and support personnel.

The total figure that playoff teams split comes from a percentages of the gate from each round of postseason games.

See how much the record compares to what the Atlanta Braves received 22 years ago (See video, above).

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