The Richest Baseball Teams 2011 – Most Valuable Baseball Teams

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Forbes has released its annual list of the most valuable teams in baseball, and for the 14th straight year – dating back to when Forbes first began this exercise – the Yankees stand at the top. Forbes values the Yankees at being worth $1.7 billion, while the Red Sox and Dodgers – the two runners-up – are valued at a combined $1.71 billion.

Most Valuable Baseball Teams 2011:


#1 New York Yankees

Team Value: $1,700 million



#2 Boston Red Sox

Team Value: $912 million



#3 Los Angeles Dodgers

Team Value: $800 million



#4 Chicago Cubs

Team Value: $773 million



#5 New York Mets

Team Value: $747 million



# 6 Philadelphia Phillies

Team Value: $609 million



#7 San Francisco Giants

Team Value: $563 million



#8 Texas Rangers

Team Value: $561 million



#9 Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim

Team Value: $554 million



#10 Chicago White Sox

Team Value: $526 million



#11 St. Louis Cardinals

Team Value: $518 million



#12 Minnesota Twins

Team Value: $490 million



#13 Atlanta Braves

Team Value: $482 million



#14 Houston Astros

Team Value: $474 million



#15 Seattle Mariners

Team Value: $449 million



#16 Washington Nationals

Team Value: $417 million



#17 Colorado Rockies

Team Value: $414 million



#18 Baltimore Orioles

Team Value: $411 million



#19 San Diego Padres

Team Value: $406 million



#20 Arizona Diamondbacks

Team Value: $396 million