Chart: Growth industries in pro sports

  • Updated: May 30, 2014 - 10:15 PM

Growth industries

A look at the finances of Minnesota’s four major professional teams with purchase price and year purchased and Forbes valuation.

NBA Timberwolves

• $88.5 million (1994)

• $430 million (2014, 26th of 30)

MLB Twins

• $38 million (1984)

• $605 million (2014, 19th of 30)

NFL Vikings

• $600 million (2005)

• $1.007 billion (2013; 21st of 32)

NHL Wild

• $260 million (2008)

• $330 million (2013; 19th of 30)

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San Diego - J. Lane 11:10 AM
Atlanta - E. Santana
Washington - J. Zimmermann 6:10 PM
Miami - N. Eovaldi
Philadelphia - A. Burnett 6:10 PM
NY Mets - B. Colon
Milwaukee - K. Lohse 6:10 PM
Tampa Bay - J. Odorizzi
Toronto - R. Dickey 6:10 PM
Boston - C. Buchholz
Arizona - C. Anderson 6:10 PM
Cincinnati - H. Bailey
Colorado - Y. Flande 7:05 PM
Chicago Cubs - T. Wada
NY Yankees - D. Phelps 7:05 PM
Texas - Y. Darvish
Oakland - J. Chavez 7:10 PM
Houston - B. Oberholtzer
Pittsburgh - V. Worley 9:15 PM
San Francisco - M. Bumgarner
Los Angeles 9:00 PM
Seattle
Calgary 26 FINAL
Edmonton 22
Winnipeg 23 FINAL
Brt Columbia 6
Ottawa 23 FINAL
Hamilton 33
Toronto 9 FINAL
Saskatchewan 37
Indiana 9:30 PM
Los Angeles
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