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Team Achievement over Payroll Expectation Ranking


Joe Girardi
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Teams Payroll

1. New York Yankees $209,081,579

2. Detroit Tigers $138,685,197

3. New York Mets $138,293,378

4. Boston Red Sox $133,440,037

5. Chicago White Sox $121,152,667

6. Los Angeles Angels $119,216,333

7. Chicago Cubs $118,595,833

8. Los Angeles Dodgers $118,536,038

9. Seattle Mariners $117,993,982

10. Atlanta Braves $102,424,018

11. St. Louis Cardinals $100,624,450

12. Toronto Blue Jays $98,641,957

13. Philadelphia Phillies $98,269,881

14. Houston Astros $88,930,415

15. Milwaukee Brewers $81,004,167

16. Cleveland Indians $78,970,067

17. San Francisco Giants $76,904,500

18. Cincinnati Reds $74,277,695

19. San Diego Padres $73,677,617

20. Colorado Rockies $68,655,500

21. Texas Rangers $68,239,551

22. Baltimore Orioles $67,196,248

23. Arizona Diamondbacks $66,202,713

24. Minnesota Twins $62,182,767

25. Kansas City Royals $58,245,500

26. Washington Nationals $54,961,000

27. Pittsburgh Pirates $49,365,283

28. Oakland Athletics $47,967,126

29. Tampa Bay Rays $43,820,598

30. Florida Marlins $21,836,500

 

Total Wins

1. Los Angeles Angels 100

2. Chicago Cubs 97

3. Tampa Bay Rays 97

4. Boston Red Sox 95

5. Philadelphia Phillies 92

6. Milwaukee Brewers 90

7. Chicago White Sox 89

8. New York Mets 89

9. New York Yankees 89

10. Minnesota Twins 88

11. Toronto Blue Jays 86

12. St. Louis Cardinals 86

13. Houston Astros 86

14. Los Angeles Dodgers 84

15. Florida Marlins 84

16. Arizona Diamondbacks 82

17. Cleveland Indians 81

18. Texas Rangers 79

19. Oakland Athletics 75

20. Kansas City Royals 75

21. Detroit Tigers 74

22. Colorado Rockies 74

23. Cincinnati Reds 74

24. Atlanta Braves 72

25. San Francisco Giants 72

26. Baltimore Orioles 68

27. Pittsburgh Pirates 67

28. San Diego Padres 63

29. Seattle Mariners 61

30. Washington Nationals 59

 

Payroll Per Win

1. Florida Marlins $259,958.33

2. Tampa Bay Rays $451,758.74

3. Oakland Athletics $639,561.68

4. Minnesota Twins $706,622.35

5. Pittsburgh Pirates $736,795.27

6. Kansas City Royals $776,606.67

7. Arizona Diamondbacks $807,350.16

8. Texas Rangers $863,791.78

9. Milwaukee Brewers $900,046.30

10. Colorado Rockies $927,777.03

11. Washington Nationals $931,542.37

12. Cleveland Indians $974,939.10

13. Baltimore Orioles $988,180.12

14. Cincinnati Reds $100,3752.64

15. Houston Astros $1,034,074.59

16. San Francisco Giants $1,068,118.06

17. Philadelphia Phillies $1,068,150.88

18. Toronto Blue Jays $1,146,999.50

19. San Diego Padres $1,169,485.98

20. St. Louis Cardinals $1,170,051.74

21. Los Angeles Angels $1,192,163.33

22. Chicago Cubs $1,222,637.45

23. Chicago White Sox $1,361,265.92

24. Boston Red Sox $1,404,631.97

25. Los Angeles Dodgers $1,411,143.31

26. Atlanta Braves $1,422,555.81

27. New York Mets $1,553,858.18

28. Detroit Tigers $1,874,124.28

29. Seattle Mariners $1,934,327.57

30. New York Yankees $2,349,231.22

 

Teams Achievement Over Payroll Expectation (Wins Rank - Payroll Rank)

1. Tampa Bay Rays (26)

2. Florida Marlins (15)

3. Minnesota Twins (14)

4. Milwaukee Brewers (9)

5. Oakland Athletics (9)

6. Philadelphia Phillies (8)

7. Arizona Diamondbacks (7)

8. Los Angeles Dodgers (6)

9. Los Angeles Angels (5)

10. Chicago Cubs (5)

11. Kansas City Royals (5)

12. Texas Rangers (3)

13. Toronto Blue Jays (1)

14. Houston Astros (1)

15. Boston Red Sox (0)

16. Pittsburgh Pirates (0)

17. St. Louis Cardinals (-1)

18. Cleveland Indians (-1)

19. Chicago White Sox (-2)

20. Colorado Rockies (-2)

21. Baltimore Orioles (-4)

22. Washington Nationals (-4)

23. New York Mets (-5)

24. Cincinnati Reds (-5)

25. New York Yankees (-8)

26. San Francisco Giants (-8)

27. San Diego Padres (-9)

28. Atlanta Braves (-14)

29. Detroit Tigers (-19)

30. Seattle Mariners (-20)

 

All calculated myself, I'll call it TAOPE since I don't think anyone have done this before. The numbers represent the amount of teams with higher payroll with less wins minus the amount of teams with lower payroll with more wins for the particular team. So since the Marlins score a 15, that mean they beat 15 other teams with a higher payroll and less wins minus teams who beat the Marlins with lower payroll and more wins. (which is none since the Marlins already are rank last in payroll, so they simply beat 15 other teams in payroll and less wins). I think it is a better formula in figuring how efficient each teams use their payroll since it compare it to every other teams.

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Good stats, in my opinion.

Notice how Brewers are #15 (Middle of the list)

in Team Payroll while Marlins are last and yet in

Total Wins we are #15...people would expect us to be last..

I think it shows that although they don't get paid as much,

they still manage wins with skill and heart! Gotta love the Marlins!

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