SOX are almost a $2b comapany as Yanks+Dodgers lead team value list... guess who's dead-last?

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    SOX are almost a $2b comapany as Yanks+Dodgers lead team value list... guess who's dead-last?

    http://fullcount.weei.com/sports/boston/baseball/red-sox/2014/03/26/red-sox-valued-by-forbes-at-1-5b-third-highest-in-mlb/

    interesting article, everyone makes money! everyone! if only 4%, media rights make it easy. must give dodgers seriousprops. really got the numbers down. the ownership group is awesome. the team is now worth exactly the $2b they paid for it that most experts mocked them for. with another high profile winning year, that will only increase. in 5 years they could be approaching $3b and pass the jabro yanks who have stagnated. just as they just lost the payroll war, they will soon lost the team value war... poor rays, no way to justify staying in that jabro area.. imagine if they werent winning. despite winning and running the most efficient front office perhaps in all of sports (in comparison to revenue and value), they are DEAD last at $485m.. 

    think about that. sox are worth more than 3x the value of the rays... wow! even the jabroyals are ahead of them!

     
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    Re: SOX are almost a $2b comapany as Yanks+Dodgers lead team value list... guess who's dead-last?

    Yes, $1.5 billion is almost $2 billion, it's only $500 million less.  New math. 

     
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    Re: SOX are almost a $2b comapany as Yanks+Dodgers lead team value list... guess who's dead-last?

    You could almost buy the Rays organization alone by winning the mega million.  

     
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    Re: SOX are almost a $2b comapany as Yanks+Dodgers lead team value list... guess who's dead-last?

    I've been to Tropicana Field and Oakland Coliseum a few years ago and both stadiums were only 1/3 full.  Parking was easy, buying a ticket was quick and simple, and there was no line to use the bathroom.  LOL

    As all of you know, to use the bathroom at Fenway, there are at least fifteen to twenty people in front of you.   Laughing

     

     

     

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