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camisadelgolf
12-28-2010, 04:22 PM
Team 2010 % (+/-) 2009
Twins $103,039,407 41.02% $73,068,407
Marlins $47,331,979 26.11% $37,532,482
Red Sox $170,650,856 21.50% $140,454,683
Reds $82,451,340 13.42% $72,693,206
Rays $77,510,502 8.83% $71,222,532
WhiteSx $112,197,078 6.56% $105,287,384
Giants $101,417,943 6.53% $95,202,185
Philles $145,539,931 5.25% $138,286,499
Brewers $94,554,209 5.05% $90,006,172
Rockies $87,974,390 4.17% $84,450,797
Natinls $71,937,323 3.77% $69,321,137
BlueJys $86,803,549 3.18% $84,130,513
Angels $123,478,263 1.26% $121,947,524
Padres $43,654,177 1.03% $43,210,258
Cubs $142,410,031 0.55% $141,632,703
A's $61,773,644 0.14% $61,688,124
Yankees $215,053,064 -2.26% $220,024,917
Tigers $135,913,308 -2.52% $139,429,408
Rangers $74,302,980 -3.76% $77,208,810
Crdinls $98,354,244 -4.21% $102,678,475
D-Backs $70,531,163 -4.43% $73,800,852
Royals $76,781,350 -6.27% $81,917,563
Orioles $73,231,289 -7.66% $79,308,066
Pirates $44,146,967 -8.01% $47,991,132
Marinrs $93,376,107 -8.76% $102,343,617
Mets $127,560,042 -10.31% $142,229,759
Braves $89,226,985 -10.84% $100,078,591
Dodgers $109,753,719 -16.54% $131,507,197
Astros $90,119,188 -16.60% $108,059,086
Indians $60,500,460 -21.62% $77,192,253
Wow. Thanks, Bob. If you build it, they will come?

Sea Ray
12-28-2010, 04:29 PM
Don't expect that every year. In fact, that pretty well shows why they can't bump it up again this year

WMR
12-28-2010, 04:29 PM
I want to see the REDS get to that 90-95 range.

Hopefully we'll have a big attendance bump next season that can justify going higher.

camisadelgolf
12-28-2010, 04:36 PM
For all the talk about the Rangers doing too much spending, they managed to cut payroll while still making it to the playoffs. They even spent less than the Reds.

15fan
12-28-2010, 04:40 PM
For all the talk about the Rangers doing too much spending, they managed to cut payroll while still making it to the playoffs. They even spent less than the Reds.

Bankruptcy proceedings has a funny way of holding down expenditures.

RichRed
12-28-2010, 05:13 PM
Look at the Yankees: models of fiscal restraint!

Sea Ray
12-28-2010, 06:02 PM
For all the talk about the Rangers doing too much spending, they managed to cut payroll while still making it to the playoffs. They even spent less than the Reds.

Are those Opening Day payrolls?

camisadelgolf
12-28-2010, 06:22 PM
Are those Opening Day payrolls?
No, end of year.

RedEye
12-28-2010, 11:43 PM
It sometimes amazes me how anyone can be a Marlins or Pirates fan these days. Rough going when your payroll is half that of teams like the Reds!

EDIT: I should probably mention the Padres, Indians and A's in that same breath, too.

Griffey012
12-29-2010, 12:31 AM
It sometimes amazes me how anyone can be a Marlins or Pirates fan these days. Rough going when your payroll is half that of teams like the Reds!

EDIT: I should probably mention the Padres, Indians and A's in that same breath, too.

It's easy. At least they know they are not Cubs fans!

WebScorpion
12-30-2010, 02:11 AM
It sometimes amazes me how anyone can be a Marlins or Pirates fan these days. Rough going when your payroll is half that of teams like the Reds!

EDIT: I should probably mention the Padres, Indians and A's in that same breath, too.
I was actually surprised to see that the Padres are the new lowest payroll MLB team. The Marlins passed both them and the Pirates. :eek: