MLB  Value RankingsMLB 2017 Value Rankings

An up-to-date look at the value rankings of all MLB teams based on a mathetical comparison of their current payroll against their cumulative "production points", while also incorporating "wins". These points are similar to "fantasy points" in that they are accumulated from major stat categories for all positions.

Rank Team   Best Value (Rating) Team Payroll Avg. TVS
1 Astros50-24 $129,264,107 98.62
2 Diamondbacks46-27 $102,305,967 98.16
3 Brewers40-35 $67,305,402 92.54
4 Rays39-36 $75,451,172 89.88
5 Rockies47-28 $134,953,947 88.53
6 Nationals43-29 $172,053,451 87.43
7 Indians39-32 $125,861,707 78.45
8 Yankees39-31 $204,176,129 73.54
9 Dodgers48-26 $245,992,524 66.27
10 Twins36-34 $117,439,280 64.46
11 Reds30-41 $106,356,111 57.86
12 Braves34-38 $125,393,172 48.10
13 Cubs37-35 $177,003,378 43.89
14 White Sox32-39 $108,910,656 43.73
15 Marlins32-39 $118,560,619 43.30
16 Mariners38-37 $162,866,991 41.97
17 Red Sox40-32 $206,065,439 37.58
18 Pirates33-40 $109,453,870 37.28
19 Athletics31-42 $90,582,598 37.18
20 Rangers36-36 $183,528,209 36.57
21 Cardinals33-38 $148,396,505 35.09
22 Angels38-38 $168,310,141 32.09
23 Mets31-41 $158,798,161 24.80
24 Orioles35-37 $168,700,338 23.99
25 Royals35-36 $151,665,306 23.81
26 Padres29-44 $78,822,827 20.35
27 Blue Jays35-37 $184,983,305 20.28
28 Tigers32-40 $204,839,757 11.88
29 Phillies23-48 $119,797,450 4.54
30 Giants27-48 $185,632,161 1.27