The New York Yankees topped Forbes’ most-valuable MLB franchises guidelines for the 22nd consecutive time, with a worth of $4.6 billion.
Forbes launched the guidelines Wednesday, with the “Bronx Bombers” topping the Los Angeles Dodgers ($3.3B), Boston Red Sox ($3.2B), Chicago Cubs ($3.1B) and San Francisco Giants ($3B) inside the top 5.
The New York Mets ($2.3B), St. Louis Cardinals ($2.1B), Los Angeles Angels ($1.9B), Philadelphia Phillies ($1.85B) and Houston Astros ($1.775B) spherical out the top 10 on the guidelines.
The Miami Marlins are at the underside of the 2019 guidelines, with a worth of $1 billion. The Tampa Bay Rays ($1.01B), Kansas City Royals ($1.025B), Cincinnati Reds ($1.05B) and Oakland Athletics ($1.1B) are among the many many bottom 5 MLB teams in terms of price.
Forbes evaluated the teams based mostly totally on ballpark and media earnings divided by metro inhabitants, with inhabitants divided by two for markets with two teams.
The Yankees had an space earnings of $712 million in 2018, larger than the underside six teams in that class blended.
Miami launched in $72 million in 2018, sooner than earnings sharing and ballpark debt funds. The Rays launched in $100 million, adopted by the Athletics ($112M), Royals ($126M) and Reds ($137M).
The Yankees had been valued at $4 billion ultimate 12 months and $3.7 billion in 2017.