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Data for Major League Baseball Teams Team Value Revenue Income New York Yankees 730 215 18.7 New York Mets 482 169 14.3 Los Angeles Dodgers 435 143 -29.6 Boston Red Sox 426 152 -11.4 Atlanta Braves 424 160 9.5 Seattle Mariners 373 166 14.1 Cleveland Indians 360 150 -3.6 Texas Rangers 356 134 -6.5 San Francisco Giants 355 142 16.8 Colorado Rockies 347 129 6.7 Houston Astros 337 125 4.1 Baltimore Orioles 319 133 3.2 Chicago Cubs 287 131 7.9 Arizona Diamondbacks 280 127 -3.9 St. Louis Cardinals 271 123 -5.1 Detroit Tigers 262 114 12.3 Pittsburgh Pirates 242 108 9.5 Milwaukee Brewers 238 108 18.8 Philadelphia Phillies 231 94 2.6 Chicago White Sox 223 101 -3.8 San Diego Padres 207 92 5.7 Cincinnati Reds 204 87 4.3 Anaheim Angels 195 103 5.7 Toronto Blue Jays 182 91 -20.6 Oakland Athletics
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Unformatted text preview: 157 90 6.8 Kansas City Royals 152 85 2.2 Tampa Bay Devil Rays 142 92-6.1 Florida Marlins 137 81 1.4 Minnesota Twins 127 75 3.6 Montreal Expos 108 63-3.4 Summaries of the Data Variable Mean Std. Error Median Mode Std. Dev Sam. Var Minimum Maximum Sum Count Value 286.3 35.37 266.5 N/A 131.98 Err:504 108 730 8,589 32 Revenue 119.4 33.25 118.5 N/A 33.62 Err:504 63 215 3,583 32 Income 2.5 131.98 3.9 5.7 10.86 Err:504-29.6 18.8 74.2 32 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800 50 100 150 200 250 Revenue Revenue 100 200 300 400 500 600 700 800-40-30-20-10 10 20 30 Income Income...
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This note was uploaded on 11/17/2011 for the course ECONOMICS 103 taught by Professor Tohmass during the Spring '11 term at University of Houston-Victoria.

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