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MLB revenue sharing in 2002 and 2003

The amount major league baseball teams received and paid in revenue sharing in 2003 and 2002, as calculated by the commissioner's office and obtained by The Associated Press. The 2002 figures are pending audit adjustments and related-party issues, and are rounded to the nearest dollar. The 2003 figures were calculated in November and have not yet been audited.

Year 2003 2002
Montreal 29,517,000 28,493,994
Florida 21,030,000 20,946,573
Tampa Bay 20,464,000 14,724,463
Kansas City 19,042,000 16,629,872
Toronto 18,735,000 13,691,953
Minnesota 17,249,000 12,977,421
Detroit 16,738,000 11,615,688
Milwaukee 16,555,000 8,502,007
Pittsburgh 13,299,000 6,400,652
San Diego 13,250,000 6,283,572
Oakland 11,756,000 9,201,545
Philadelphia 9,013,000 9,834,124
Cincinnati 6,469,000 9,807,244
Colorado 2,469,000 (-5,127,222)
Anaheim 1,874,000 (-1,303,070)
Arizona 1,456,000 (-3,255,682)
Houston 1,182,000 (-4,326,392)
Baltimore 252,000 (-5,337,479)
Cleveland (-4,828,000) (-10,612,923)
Chicago White Sox (-4,833,000) (-3,823,142)
Texas (-7,162,000) (-8,205,165)
St. Louis (-9,202,000) (-8,385,888)
Los Angeles (-9,490,000) (-9,278,555)
Atlanta (-11,291,000) (-9,753,575)
San Francisco (-12,959,000) (-9,638,790)
Chicago Cubs (-16,731,000) (-8,280,260)
N.Y. Mets (-21,473,000) (-17,366,067)
Seattle (-31,023,000) (-19,877,788)
Boston (-38,692,000) (-17,896,820)
N.Y. Yankees (-52,650,000) (-26,640,289)
Transfer $220,350,000 $169,109,108