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Forbes magazine's 2010 rankings of major-league teams

Yankees dominate in MLB franchise value

The Yankees are worth 1.6 billion, with the rest of the teams in the millions in Forbes magazine's 2010 rankings.

Rank Team Value

1 New York Yankees $1,600

2 Boston Red Sox $870

3 New York Mets $858

4 Los Angeles Dodgers $727

5 Chicago Cubs $726

6 Philadelphia Phillies $537

7 Los Angeles Angels $521

8 St. Louis Cardinals $488

9 San Francisco Giants $483

10 Chicago White Sox $466

11 Houston Astros $453

12 Texas Rangers $451

13 Atlanta Braves $450

14 Seattle Mariners $439

15 San Diego Padres $408

16 Minnesota Twins $405

17 Cleveland Indians $391

18 Washington Nationals $387

19 Colorado Rockies $384

20 Arizona Diamondbacks $379

21 Baltimore Orioles $376

22 Detroit Tigers $375

23 Milwaukee Brewers $351

24 Kansas City Royals $341

25 Cincinnati Reds $331

26 Toronto Blue Jays $326

27 Florida Marlins $317

28 Tampa Bay Rays $316

29 Oakland Athletics $295

30 Pittsburgh Pirates $289

Source: forbes.com/mlb

Forbes magazine's 2010 rankings of major-league teams 04/07/10 [Last modified: Wednesday, April 7, 2010 10:13pm]
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