The 2015 Miami Marlins are the 29th most valuable franchise in Major League Baseball, according to a latest estimated valuation by Forbes.
With Jeffrey Loria's franchise estimated to be worth $650 million, only the Tampa Bay Rays ($625 million) are less valuable. The Yankees top the league, by far, with a massive value of $3.2 billion.
The entire MLB is worth $36 billion as a whole, with a record $1.2 billion average per club. Take a look at the top and bottom of the league in terms of value.
1. Yankees $3.2 billion
2. Dodgers $2.4 billion
3. Red Sox $2.1 billion
28. Royals $700 million
29. Marlins $650 million
30. Rays $625 million
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