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Revenue-Sharing Figures ('02, '03, '05, '07, '08, '09) PDF Print E-mail
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Written by Maury Brown   
Friday, 20 November 2009 23:37

The following is believed to be the only published revenue-sharing figures for each of the 30 clubs in Major League Baseball. Source for the data cited below each listing:

Year                           2003               2002
Montreal                 29,517,000     28,493,994
Florida                    21,030,000     20,946,573
Tampa Bay            20,464,000     14,724,463
Kansas City           19,042,000     16,629,872
Toronto                   18,735,000     13,691,953
Minnesota              17,249,000      12,977,421
Detroit                     16,738,000      11,615,688
Milwaukee              16,555,000       8,502,007
Pittsburgh               13,299,000       6,400,652
San Diego              13,250,000       6,283,572
Oakland                  11,756,000       9,201,545
Philadelphia            9,013,000       9,834,124
Cincinnati                 6,469,000       9,807,244
Colorado                  2,469,000     (-5,127,222)
Anaheim                  1,874,000     (-1,303,070)
Arizona                     1,456,000     (-3,255,682)
Houston                   1,182,000     (-4,326,392)
Baltimore                    252,000     (-5,337,479)
Cleveland               (-4,828,000) (-10,612,923)
Chicago W. Sox    (-4,833,000)   (-3,823,142)
Texas                    (-7,162,000)   (-8,205,165)
St. Louis                (-9,202,000)   (-8,385,888)
Los Angeles           (-9,490,000)   (-9,278,555)
Atlanta                (-11,291,000)   (-9,753,575)
San Francisco       (-12,959,000)    (-9,638,790)
Chicago Cubs       (-16,731,000)    (-8,280,260)
N.Y. Mets            (-21,473,000)  (-17,366,067)
Seattle                (-31,023,000)  (-19,877,788)
Boston                (-38,692,000)  (-17,896,820)
N.Y. Yankees       (-52,650,000)  (-26,640,289)
Transfer             $220,350,000   $169,109,108

Source: The Associated Press

2005

Payors

Team                  Amount paid (millions)
New York Yankees          $76
Boston Red Sox              $52
Chicago Cubs                  $32
Seattle Mariners              $25
New York Mets               $24
Los Angeles Dodgers       $20
St. Louis Cardinals           $19
Chicago White Sox          $18
San Francisco Giants        $14
Houston Astros              $11
Los Angeles Angels         $11
Atlanta Braves               $10
Texas Rangers               $.035

Payees

Team                 Amount received (millions)
Tampa Bay Devil Rays    $33
Toronto Blue Jays         $31
Florida Marlins               $31
Kansas City Royals         $30
Detroit Tigers              $25
Pittsburgh Pirates         $25
Milwaukee Brewers       $24
Minnesota Twins          $22
Oakland Athletics          $19
Cincinnati Reds             $16
Colorado Rockies          $16
Arizona D-Backs            $13
Cleveland Indians          $6.0
Philadelphia Phillies        $5.8
San Diego Padres         $5.7
Washington Nationals   $3.9
Baltimore Orioles          $2.0

Source: The Wall Street Journal

Revenue Sharing (Source Deadspin Leaked Docs)
Year Club Amount (+/-)
2009 Angels ($16,402,000)
2008 Angels ($14,747,000)
2008 Rays $35,345,277
2007 Rays $39,380,713
2009 Marlins $43,973,000
2008 Marlins $47,982,000
2008 Pirates $39,046,312
2009 Pirates $30,302,652
2008 Mariners ($16,174,000)
2007 Mariners ($8,284,000)
2009 Rangers ($5,495,000)
2008 Rangers $5,495,300
2007 Rangers ($5,005,398)

 
 
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