BOS

NamePositionTeamWARSalaryXVAL
1Dustin Pedroia2BBOS6.39$10,000,000$9,169,999
2Jacoby EllsburyOFBOS5.67$9,000,000$8,009,999
3Daniel NavaOFBOS2.79$505,500$7,864,500
4Clay BuchholzPBOS4.33$5,500,000$7,489,999
5Mike Napoli1BBOS4.01$5,000,000$7,029,999
6Koji UeharaPBOS3.61$4,250,000$6,579,999
7Shane VictorinoOFBOS6.08$13,000,000$5,240,000
8Jarrod SaltalamacchiaCBOS2.75$4,500,000$3,749,999
9Mike CarpOFBOS1.25$508,500$3,241,499
10Craig BreslowPBOS1.64$2,325,000$2,595,000
11Junichi TazawaPBOS1.06$815,000$2,365,000
12Felix DoubrontPBOS0.89$518,500$2,151,499
13Ryan LavarnwayCBOS0.22$495,000$164,999
14Andrew MillerPBOS0.39$1,475,000-$305,000
15Stephen DrewSSBOS3.04$9,500,000-$380,000
16Pedro BeatoPBOS0.01$490,000-$459,999
17Steven WrightPBOS-0.04$490,000-$609,999
18Jose De La TorrePBOS-0.11$490,000-$819,999
19Will Middlebrooks3BBOS-0.12$498,000-$857,999
20David OrtizDHBOS4.37$14,000,000-$889,999
21Alex WilsonPBOS-0.16$490,000-$969,999
22David RossCBOS0.65$3,100,000-$1,149,999
23Jackie BradleyOFBOS-0.27$490,000-$1,299,999
24Jonny GomesOFBOS1.13$5,000,000-$1,610,000
25Franklin MoralesPBOS-0.09$1,487,500-$1,757,500
26Daniel BardPBOS-0.02$1,862,500-$1,922,499
27Brandon LyonPBOS-0.53$750,000-$2,340,000
28Alfredo AcevesPBOS0.04$2,650,000-$2,529,999
29Jon LesterPBOS2.95$11,625,000-$2,775,000
30John McDonaldPBOS-0.45$1,500,000-$2,850,000
31Andrew BaileyPBOS0.37$4,100,000-$2,989,999
32Allen WebsterPBOS-1.09$490,000-$3,759,999
33Matt ThorntonPBOS0.49$5,500,000-$4,030,000
34John LackeyPBOS2.73$15,250,000-$7,059,999
35Joel HanrahanPBOS-0.54$7,040,000-$8,659,999
36Jake PeavyPBOS1.32$14,500,000-$10,539,999
37Ryan DempsterPBOS-0.16$13,250,000-$13,729,999
XVAL represents the amount of excess value produced by a player. It is not simply the value the player has produced, but it is the value they have produced above & beyond (or in some cases below) what they have been paid. It is derived from calculating the total value produced by a player (WAR * Win Value) then subtracting the amount of salary the player has been paid through that given point in the season. For a more detailed definition visit our blog post: What is XVAL?
WAR (Wins Above Replacement) is a baseball statistic that represents how many more wins a player would give a team as opposed to a "replacement level", or minor league/bench player at that position.