MLB's most valuable: Yankees top list, Marlins only club worth under $1B
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The New York Yankees remain Major League Baseball's most valuable team, according to Forbes' annual valuation of major-league clubs.

The Yankees claimed the top spot for the 23rd consecutive year with a valuation of $5 billion and were followed by the Los Angeles Dodgers, Boston Red Sox, Chicago Cubs, and San Francisco Giants, respectively.

Forbes estimates the Yankees saw a 9% increase in value, while the average MLB team is worth $1.85 billion, up 4% from 2019. The 4% growth is the smallest year-over-year increase since 2010, when the average value of an MLB club increased by 2%.

A complete list of the 30 MLB clubs and their valuations is below.

TEAM VALUE
Yankees $5B
Dodgers $3.4B
Red Sox $3.3B
Cubs $3.2B
Giants $3.1B
Mets $2.4B
Cardinals $2.2B
Phillies $2B
Angels $1.975B
Nationals $1.9B
Astros $1.85B
Braves $1.8B
Rangers $1.75B
White Sox $1.65B
Blue Jays $1.625B
Mariners $1.6B
Padres $1.45B
Orioles $1.4B
Twins $1.3B
Diamondbacks $1.29B
Rockies $1.275B
Pirates $1.26B
Tigers $1.25B
Brewers $1.2B
Indians $1.15B
Athletics $1.1B
Reds $1.075B
Rays $1.050B
Royals $1.025B
Marlins $980M
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