This signals the end of the 2014 edition of the IPL Players Auction. The auction saw an overall 158 players marketed that also included 50 foreign cricketers.
-Australian pacer Pat Cummins purchased for Rs.1 crore by Kolkata Knight Riders.
- Ben Dunk gets sold to Mumbai Indians for Rs.20 lakhs.
- Debabrata Das sold to Kolkata Knight Riders for Rs.20 lakhs.
- Shardul Thakur with his reserve price of Rs.10 lakhs, sold for Rs.20 lakhs to Kings XI Punjab.
-Chama Milind sold at his base price of Rs.10 lakhs to Sunrisers Hyderabad.
- Deepak Hooda with his base price of Rs.10 lakhs, goes to Rajasthan Royals for Rs.40 lakhs.
- Shivam Sharma to play for Kings XI Punjab for his base price of Rs.10 lakhs.
- Sachin Rana goes to Royal Challengers Bangalore for Rs.20 lakhs.
- HS Sharath goes to Delhi Daredevils for his base price of Rs.10 lakhs.
- Amit Mishra has been bought by Rajasthan Royals for his base price of Rs.10 lakhs.
- Ankit Sharma to play for Rajasthan Royals who purchased him for his base price of Rs.10 lakhs.
- Ashish Reddy, after initially being snubbed by franchises, later managed to be stay on at Sunrisers Hyderabad, who bought him back at his base price of Rs.20 lakhs.
- Marchant de Lange went to Mumbai Indians for his base price of Rs.30 lakhs.
-South African Wayne Parnell, after failing to get any bidders on Day 1, was lapped up by Delhi Daredevils at his base price of Rs.1 crore.
- John Hastings has been sold for Chennai Super Kings at his base price of Rs.50 lakhs.
- West Indian all-rounder Andre Russell with a base price of Rs.50 lakh, has been bought by Kolkata Knight Riders for Rs.60 lakhs after being ignored on Day 1 of auction.
- Chris Lynn (base price Rs.50 lakhs) who hadn't attracted any bidders yesterday, too was purchased by Kolkata Knight Riders for a good amount of Rs.1.3 crore.
- After failing to get sold yesterday, Naman Ojha was bought for his base price of Rs.50 lakhs by Sunrisers Hyderabad.
- After being surprisingly ignored by all franchises yesterday, Ross Taylor had something to cheer for on the auction's second day as the ace New Zealand batsman was snapped up by Delhi Daredevils for his base price of Rs.2 crore.
- Vikramjeet Malik goes at his base price of Rs.20 lakhs to Rajasthan Royals.
- Beuran Hendricks with a reserve price of Rs.30 lakhs, goes to Kings XI Punjab for Rs.1.80 crore.
- Veer Pratap Singh at a base price of Rs.20 lakh, got sold to Kolkata Knight Riders for Rs.40 lakhs.
- Harshal Patel with a reserve price of Rs.30 lakh, has been retained by Royal Challengers Bangalore for Rs.40 lakh using Right to Match option against Rajasthan Royals.
- Sandeep Warrier sold at his base price of Rs.10 lakh to Royal Challengers Bangalore.
- Ronit More sold at his base price of Rs. 10 lakhs to Chennai Super Kings.
- Jalaj Saxena at a base price of Rs.20 lakh, was bought for Rs.90 lakhs by Mumbai Indians.
- Akshar Patel, whose reserve price was fixed at Rs.20 lakhs, was purchased by KIngs XI punjab for Rs.75 lakhs.
- Amit Paunikar bought by Sunrisers Hyderabad for his base price of Rs.20 lakhs.
- Dishant Yagnik goes for his base price of Rs.30 lakhs to Rajasthan Royals.
- Top-order Karnataka batsman Karun Nair with base price of Rs.10 lakh, was purchased by Rajasthan Royals for Rs.75 lakhs.
- For an uncapped player, Karan Sharma with Rs.30 lakh as his base price, was bought for a fairly good sum of Rs.3.75 crore by Sunrisers Hyderabad.
- Pawan Negi goes to Chennai Super Kings for his base price of Rs.10 lakhs.
- Shahbaz Nadeem retained by Delhi Daredevils for Rs.85 lakhs using Right to Match option.
- Pravin Tambe was retained by Rajasthan Royals for his base price of Rs.10 lakhs using Right to Match option.
- Uncapped spinner Kuldeep Singh Yadav (base price Rs.10 lakh) was bought by Kolkata Knight Riders for Rs.40 lakhs.
- Ishwar Pandey (reserve price Rs.10 lakhs) bought for Rs.1.50 crore by Chennai Super Kings.
- Siddharth Kaul sold for Rs.45 lakhs to Delhi Daredevils.
- Prashanth Parameswaran to play for Sunrisers Hyderabad, who bought him for his base price of Rs.30 lakhs.
- Sandeep Sharma bought by Kings XI Punjab for Rs.85 lakhs.
- Jasprit Bumrah (base price Rs.20 lakh) stays on with Mumbai Indians, who bought him back for Rs.1.20 crore.
- Anureet Singh sold at his base price of Rs.20 lakhs to Kings XI Punjab.
- Rahul Shukla (base price of Rs.20 lakhs) sold to Delhi Daredevils for Rs.40 lakhs, after Rajasthan Royals declined their Right to Match offer to retain him.
- Dhawal Kulkarni whose reserve price started at Rs.30 lakhs, goes to Rajasthan Royals for Rs.1.10 crore.
- Iqbal Abdullah got sold for Rs.65 lakhs to Rajasthan Royals.
- All-rounder Ryan Ten Doeschate remains with Kolkata Knight Riders, who re-purchased him for his reserve price of Rs.1 crore.
- Kevon Cooper has been bought back by Rajasthan Royals for his starting price of Rs.30 lakhs.
- Parvez Rasool whose reserve price was at Rs.20 lakhs, was purchased for Rs.95 lakhs by Sunrisers Hyderabad.
- Rishi Dhawan whose base price was at a modest Rs.20 lakhs, was snapped up for a pretty decent sum of Rs.3 crores by Kings XI Punjab.
-Mandeep Singh (base price of Rs.30 lakhs) has been bought back by Kings XI Punjab for Rs.80 lakhs using Right to Match option.
- Newly crowned Irani Trophy and Ranji Trophy champions Karnataka's star batsman C M Gautam who hit a scintillating century, has been lapped up by Mumbai Indians for his base price of Rs.20 lakh.
- Karnataka's emerging star K.L. Rahul (SRH for Rs.1 crore); Surya Kumar Yadav (KKR at Rs.70 Lakh); Mayank Agarwal (DD for Rs.1.6 crore)
- Ranji Trophy top scorer Kedar Jadhav from Maharashtra saw some aggressive bidding from MI, KKR, SRH, KXIP, before going to Delhi Daredevils on a Right to Match at Rs.2.2 crore
- Unmukt Chand (RR at Rs.65 Lakh), Manish Pandey (KKR at 1.7 crore), Manprit Juneja (SRH at Rs.10 Lakh)
- Gurkeerat Singh Mann, who caused aggressive bidding from MI, KXIP, RR and KKR, went for Rs.1.3 crore to Kings XI Punjab
- Promising Tamil Nadu all-rounder Baba Aparajith went to Chennai Super Kings for Rs.10 Lakh
- India Under-19 captain Vijay Zol was picked up by RCB for Rs.30 Lakh
- Next on the block is Tirumalasetti Suman who remained unsold
- Gundappa Vishwanath starts off the proceedings by picking the name of Anirudhna Srikkanth - promptly picked by Sunrisers (coached by Krish Srikkanth)
Yesterday's Brief Report:
After an exhilarating first day (Read the report) where franchisees oscillated from being extravagant to the stingy, things are expected to be much more even on the second day where the fate of 292 uncapped players as well as the unsold players will be decided.
While the Delhi Daredevils and the Kings XI Punjab came up trumps with some smart buys, the big ticket purchase was that of Yuvraj Singh by the Royal Challengers Bangalore for a whopping Rs 14 crore, an amount they have now contested with the IPL governing council.
The teams now have limited budgets to play around with and it would be interesting to see how they pick from the uncapped bunch. Interestingly, Rajasthan Royals are the only team to have retained an uncapped player in the form of Kerala keeper-batsman Sanju Samson.
While the RCB has the least funds available at Rs.1.8 crore, Kings XI is sitting pretty with another 14.2 crore kitty.
Rajasthan Royals also have a bag of Rs.12.1 crore while Kolkata Knight Riders can spend Rs.9 crore with Delhi Daredevils (Rs.8.6 crore) and Sunrisers Hyderabad (Rs.8.4 crore) also have enough in the bag for some decent buys. Reigning champions Mumbai Indians, who picked up big-hitting Kiwi Corey Anderson, have another Rs.5.15 crore to splurge....