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Forbes magazine's 2010 rankings of major-league teams

Yankees dominate in MLB franchise value

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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


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