TOR

NamePositionTeamWARSalaryXVAL
1Colby RasmusOFTOR4.82$4,675,000$9,785,000
2Brett Lawrie3BTOR2.38$500,000$6,639,999
3Aaron LoupPTOR1.52$494,200$4,065,799
4Edwin Encarnacion1BTOR4.01$8,000,000$4,029,999
5Brett CecilPTOR1.29$510,000$3,359,999
6Munenori KawasakiSSTOR1.27$625,000$3,185,000
7Rajai DavisOFTOR1.75$2,500,000$2,749,999
8Steve DelabarPTOR0.63$498,900$1,391,099
9Todd RedmondPTOR0.59$490,000$1,280,000
10R.A. DickeyPTOR2.09$5,000,000$1,269,999
11Chad JenkinsPTOR0.5$490,000$1,010,000
12Jeremy JeffressPTOR0.47$495,900$914,100
13Adam Lind1BTOR1.87$5,000,000$609,999
14Neil WagnerPTOR0.35$490,000$560,000
15Sergio SantosPTOR1.09$2,750,000$519,999
16Esmil RogersPTOR0.27$509,000$300,999
17Casey JanssenPTOR1.4$3,900,000$300,000
18J.P. ArencibiaCTOR0.14$505,600-$85,600
19Thad WeberPTOR0.11$490,000-$159,999
20Anthony GoseOFTOR0.11$490,000-$159,999
21Justin GermanoPTOR-0.03$490,000-$579,999
22Mickey StoreyPTOR-0.03$490,000-$579,999
23Juan PerezPTOR-0.05$490,000-$639,999
24Brad LincolnPTOR-0.07$490,000-$699,999
25Mark DeRosa2BTOR-0.02$750,000-$810,000
26Ramon OrtizPTOR-0.19$490,000-$1,059,999
27Sean NolinPTOR-0.34$490,000-$1,509,999
28Jose BautistaOFTOR4.12$14,000,000-$1,639,999
29Jose ReyesSSTOR2.55$10,000,000-$2,350,000
30Darren OliverPTOR0.2$3,000,000-$2,400,000
31Ramon HernandezCTOR0.07$3,200,000-$2,990,000
32Josh TholeCTOR-0.69$1,250,000-$3,320,000
33J.A. HappPTOR0.08$3,700,000-$3,460,000
34Mark BuehrlePTOR2.01$11,000,000-$4,969,999
35Maicer Izturis2BTOR-0.97$3,000,000-$5,910,000
36Melky CabreraOFTOR-0.12$8,000,000-$8,360,000
37Ricky RomeroPTOR-0.35$7,500,000-$8,550,000
38Brandon MorrowPTOR-0.57$8,000,000-$9,710,000
39Josh JohnsonPTOR-1.54$13,750,000-$18,369,999
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.