The Nationals are currently slotted 10th, with a valuation of $1.9 billion, a 9% rise from 2019, when the franchise was valued at $1.8 billion. It appears that even with a World Series pennant, the valuation didn’t have that much of an increase.
1. New York Yankees: $5B
2. Los Angeles Dodgers: $3.4B
3. Boston Red Sox: $3.3B
4. Chicago Cubs: $3.2B
5. San Francisco Giants: $3.1B
6. New York Mets: $2.4B
7. St. Louis Cardinals: $2.2B
8. Philadelphia Phillies: $2B
9. Los Angeles Angels: $1.975B
10. Washington Nationals: $1.9B
Not a bad return on investment for the Lerner family, who bought the team from MLB in 2006 for $450 million.
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Nationals ranked 10th-most valuable MLB franchise by Forbes originally appeared on NBC Sports Washington