MIA

NamePositionTeamWARSalaryXVAL
1Jose FernandezPMIA6.65$490,000$19,460,000
2Giancarlo StantonOFMIA2.41$537,000$6,693,000
3Henderson AlvarezPMIA2.31$507,900$6,422,099
4Steve CishekPMIA2.18$505,000$6,035,000
5Mike DunnPMIA1.66$492,500$4,487,500
6Chad QuallsPMIA1.79$1,150,000$4,219,999
7Ed Lucas3BMIA1.37$490,000$3,620,000
8Ryan WebbPMIA1.26$975,000$2,804,999
9Jacob TurnerPMIA1.24$1,175,000$2,544,999
10A.J. RamosPMIA0.9$490,000$2,210,000
11Marcell OzunaOFMIA0.62$490,000$1,370,000
12Tom KoehlerPMIA0.48$490,000$950,000
13Dan JenningsPMIA0.46$490,000$890,000
14Kevin SloweyPMIA0.41$750,000$479,999
15Brad HandPMIA0.31$490,000$440,000
16Donovan Solano2BMIA0.30$491,500$408,500
17Joe Mahoney1BMIA0.06$490,000-$309,999
18Justin RuggianoOFMIA0.06$494,500-$314,500
19Derek Dietrich2BMIA-0.04$490,000-$609,999
20Nick GreenSSMIA-0.05$490,000-$639,999
21Kyle SkipworthCMIA-0.06$490,000-$669,999
22Jordan BrownDHMIA-0.12$490,000-$849,999
23Miguel OlivoCMIA-0.06$800,000-$979,999
24Duane BelowPMIA-0.18$490,000-$1,029,999
25Austin KearnsOFMIA-0.22$700,000-$1,360,000
26Matt DiazOFMIA-0.08$1,250,000-$1,490,000
27John MainePMIA-0.31$625,000-$1,554,999
28Chris CoghlanOFMIA-0.41$503,500-$1,733,499
29Juan PierreOFMIA-0.06$1,600,000-$1,779,999
30Alex SanabiaPMIA-0.44$500,000-$1,820,000
31Logan Morrison1BMIA-0.46$491,500-$1,871,499
32Edgar OlmosPMIA-0.48$490,000-$1,929,999
33Greg Dobbs1BMIA-0.16$1,500,000-$1,980,000
34Jeff MathisCMIA-0.30$1,500,000-$2,400,000
35Chris Valaika2BMIA-0.74$495,000-$2,715,000
36Placido Polanco3BMIA0.01$2,750,000-$2,720,000
37Casey Kotchman1BMIA-0.69$700,000-$2,770,000
38Josh WallPMIA-0.79$490,500-$2,860,500
39Rob BrantlyCMIA-1.56$490,000-$5,169,999
40Adeiny HechavarriaSSMIA-2.12$2,750,000-$9,110,000
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.