Cubs No. 5, White Sox No. 11 in MLB franchise valuations

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The Cubs and White Sox may not have been winners on the field in 2013, but when it comes to franchise value, there’s little to be embarrassed about, according to franchise valuations released by Bloomberg News.

According to the data, on average, franchise values went up 35 percent thanks to the $2.15 billion sale of the Dodgers.

The Cubs come in at No. 5 ($1.32 billion) while the White Sox are No. 11 ($960 million).

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