OAK

NamePositionTeamWARSalaryXVAL
1Josh Donaldson3BOAK8.04$492,500$23,627,500
2Bartolo ColonPOAK4.95$3,000,000$11,849,999
3Josh ReddickOFOAK2.61$510,000$7,319,999
4A.J. GriffinPOAK2.24$492,500$6,227,500
5Coco CrispOFOAK4.38$7,000,000$6,139,999
6Eric Sogard2BOAK2.21$495,000$6,134,999
7Jarrod ParkerPOAK1.87$495,000$5,114,999
8Brandon Moss1BOAK2.22$1,600,000$5,060,000
9Derek NorrisCOAK1.84$492,500$5,027,500
10Jed LowrieSSOAK2.35$2,400,000$4,650,000
11Ryan CookPOAK1.41$505,000$3,725,000
12Sean DoolittlePOAK1.25$492,500$3,257,500
13Dan StrailyPOAK1.22$492,500$3,167,500
14John JasoCOAK1.13$1,800,000$1,590,000
15Tommy MilonePOAK0.64$495,000$1,424,999
16Jerry BlevinsPOAK0.81$1,100,000$1,330,000
17Pat NeshekPOAK0.4$975,000$224,999
18Daric Barton1BOAK0.41$1,100,000$130,000
19Jesse ChavezPOAK0.16$490,000-$9,999
20Evan ScribnerPOAK0.12$495,000-$135,000
21Grant BalfourPOAK1.4$4,500,000-$300,000
22Shane Peterson1BOAK0.03$490,000-$399,999
23Scott Sizemore2BOAK-0.23$500,000-$1,190,000
24Luke MontzDHOAK-0.24$490,000-$1,209,999
25Nate Freiman1BOAK-0.28$493,200-$1,333,199
26Seth SmithDHOAK0.57$3,675,000-$1,965,000
27Chris ResopPOAK-0.34$1,350,000-$2,369,999
28Michael TaylorOFOAK-0.80$500,000-$2,900,000
29Andy ParrinoSSOAK-0.87$492,500-$3,102,499
30Alberto Callaspo3BOAK0.33$4,100,000-$3,109,999
31Yoenis CespedesOFOAK1.77$8,500,000-$3,190,000
32Kurt SuzukiCOAK0.15$6,450,000-$5,999,999
33Brett AndersonPOAK-0.75$5,750,000-$8,000,000
34Chris YoungOFOAK0.01$8,500,000-$8,470,000
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.