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Spending Wisely

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Saw this on FoxSports this morning, thought it was interesting. It shows who knows how to spend money wisely.

Its crazy how much New York spent, over 2 million per victory and they only finished one game up on us.

Here's how MLB's 30 teams rank this year in terms of payroll dollars per victory (through the end of the regular season):

Team — $ per victory

1. Marlins — $192,288

2. Rockies — $541,223

3. Devil Rays — $580,622

4. Pirates — $600,519

5. Twins — $664,688

6. A's — $670,129

7. Indians — $728,152

8. Reds — $743,612

9. Brewers — $757,200

10. Royals — $762,806

11. Diamondbacks — $779,226

12. Padres — $792,331

13. Rangers — $818,351

14. Blue Jays — $826,609

15. Tigers — $866,337

16. Nationals — $891,091

17. Orioles — $1,036,938

18. Phillies — $1,038,509

19. Mets — $1,040,217

20. Cardinals — $1,065,556

21. Dodgers — $1,127,010

22. Astros — $1,128,676

23. Mariners — $1,132,365

24. White Sox — $1,143,062

25. Angels — $1,164,329

26. Braves — $1,170,403

27. Giants — $1,195,553

28. Red Sox — $1,396,517

29. Cubs — $1,436,987

30. Yankees — $2,048,063

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guess when it gets right down to it, Twins and A's are very similar teams if you look at it that way

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very similar.

Focus on pitching first and don't break the bank

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very similar.

Focus on pitching first and don't break the bank


The two best business models in baseball, it starts with the farm system.....

Go A's.... shocked.gif

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