LAA

NamePositionTeamWARSalaryXVAL
1Mike TroutOFLAA9.23$510,000$27,179,999
2Mark Trumbo1BLAA2.18$540,000$6,000,000
3Dane De La RosaPLAA1.32$490,000$3,470,000
4Hank CongerCLAA0.99$495,000$2,474,999
5Garrett RichardsPLAA0.89$495,000$2,174,999
6J.B. ShuckOFLAA0.86$500,000$2,079,999
7Peter BourjosOFLAA0.74$512,500$1,707,500
8Michael KohnPLAA0.62$490,000$1,370,000
9Howie Kendrick2BLAA3.35$8,750,000$1,299,999
10Ernesto FrieriPLAA0.6$530,000$1,270,000
11Kole CalhounOFLAA0.57$491,000$1,219,000
12Collin CowgillOFLAA0.47$493,520$916,479
13Andrew Romine3BLAA0.46$492,500$887,500
14Chris IannettaCLAA1.91$5,050,000$679,999
15Ryan BrasierPLAA0.19$490,000$80,000
16Billy BucknerPLAA0.11$490,000-$159,999
17Robert CoelloPLAA0.09$490,000-$219,999
18John HesterCLAA0.03$495,000-$405,000
19C.J. WilsonPLAA3.53$11,000,000-$409,999
20Scott CousinsOFLAA-0.05$490,000-$639,999
21Jerome WilliamsPLAA0.45$2,000,000-$650,000
22J.C. GutierrezPLAA-0.18$750,000-$1,290,000
23Cory RasmusPLAA-0.27$490,000-$1,299,999
24Nick MarondePLAA-0.39$490,000-$1,659,999
25David CarpenterPLAA-0.41$490,000-$1,719,999
26Sean BurnettPLAA0.59$3,500,000-$1,730,000
27Kevin JepsenPLAA-0.22$1,181,000-$1,840,999
28Michael RothPLAA-0.47$490,000-$1,899,999
29Thomas Field2BLAA-0.51$490,000-$2,019,999
30Chris Nelson3BLAA-0.69$491,000-$2,560,999
31Barry EnrightPLAA-0.71$490,000-$2,619,999
32Jason VargasPLAA1.84$8,500,000-$2,980,000
33Erick AybarSSLAA1.68$8,500,000-$3,460,000
34Luis Jimenez3BLAA0.41$5,750,000-$4,520,000
35Jered WeaverPLAA3.6$16,000,000-$5,199,999
36Tommy HansonPLAA-0.52$3,725,000-$5,285,000
37Albert PujolsDHLAA1.46$16,000,000-$11,619,999
38Joe BlantonPLAA-1.97$6,500,000-$12,410,000
39Josh HamiltonOFLAA1.50$17,000,000-$12,499,999
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.