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Written by Maury Brown   
Friday, 26 February 2010 04:16

The total amount of revenue-sharing dollars that funneled from high revenue-making clubs such as the Yankees and Red Sox to low revenue-makers such as the Marlins, Rays, and A's totaled $433 million, according to information provided to The Biz of Baseball by Major League Baseball.

Revenue-sharing that sees funds transfer from payors to payees is comprised of a percentage of net local revenues each year.


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