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According to Forbes, the New York Yankees are worth just over $1 billion, almost as much as the next two teams (Boston Red Sox, $617m; and New York Mets, $604m), combined. Seven teams are worth between $200m and $250m. The most valuable division is the American League East, valued at $2,497m, followed by the National League East valued at $2,099m. The American Least East and Central are the least valuable divisions valued at $1,414m and $1,383m respectively.
Money seems to make a difference. The American League East has the highest total value and account for nearly a third of all World Series victories since 1980. The National League East has the second highest total value and accounts for 20% of all World Series Victories. The American League Central, although second to last in total value, has also captured 20% of World Series victories.
Teams Values (from Forbes)
|Team||Value (in millions)|
|New York Yankees||1,026|
|Boston Red Sox||617|
|New York Mets||604|
|Los Angeles Dodgers||482|
|St. Louis Cardinals||429|
|San Francisco Giants||410|
|Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim||368|
|San Diego Padres||354|
|Chicago White Sox||315|
|Toronto Blue Jays||286|
|Kansas City Royals||239|
|Tampa Bay Devil Rays||209|
|Division||Value (in millions)||World Series Victories Since 1980||% of Total World Series Victories|
Fri 04/21/06, 5:53 am EST