In a sport that is largely reliant on fans paying for tickets, fans can still turn to their wallets for some of the biggest names in baseball.
But even if they do, it can be tough to find the right set.
A good closets, especially when it comes to the biggest stars, are usually worth the price of admission alone.
The list below is our take on the biggest MLB closets and their most valuable pieces.1.
San Francisco Giants: The Giants were built by a dynasty in the 1970s, so the only thing that separates them from the rest of the league is the team name.
And in this case, the team is called the San Francisco Yanks.
This name, along with the fact that they won three World Series in the span of six seasons, is why the team was built with a lot of money.
The Yanks also have a $1.5 billion payroll, which is more than any other team in baseball, but only slightly less than the $1 billion they spent on the players they acquired from the Mariners.
That payroll is just $1 million shy of the team’s luxury tax liability, which would require them to forfeit $1,895,000 to the team.
That would be a pretty big blow for them, but it’s not the only reason they’re worth a look.
They also have one of the best starting pitchers in baseball in Madison Bumgarner, a potential future All-Star, and the best defense in baseball (including the Dodgers).
That defense, combined with their young and exciting pitching staff, could keep the Giants in the mix for a wild-card spot at least through the end of the season.2.
Boston Red Sox: This team is a little bit different than the others because they are building around some of their players.
The Red Sox were built as an American League powerhouse before they moved to the American League in 1998, and they were one of only two teams in baseball to have two teams win the World Series since then.
They haven’t won a World Series, but the team has made some impressive trades, including the recent signing of catcher Ryan Howard, who was acquired from Texas for catcher Andrew Benintendi and outfielder Brandon Phillips.
Those moves will only get better, with both Benintend, who turns 30 in June, and Phillips, who is 27, coming off solid seasons.
Those two should be a huge upgrade for the team in the future, and it wouldn’t be a surprise to see the Red Sox go on a run as they head into the playoffs.3.
Minnesota Twins: Minnesota is the only team on this list that won the World War II World Series with only three players on the roster.
The Twins were built on the back of a solid pitching staff and a big defense that included top-notch outfielders Kevin Millwood and Tim Lincecum, along the way.
The team has also been able to win a lot this season, including three straight AL Central titles.
But the team hasn’t won any titles since 2008.
It also has one of MLB’s best young and inexperienced pitching staffs, led by Kyle Gibson, who made his big league debut last season.
The young and underappreciated pitching staff will be the key to the Twins staying in the race for a division title this season.4.
Kansas City Royals: The Royals have one hell of a bullpen, thanks to the addition of right-hander Jason Vargas and the signing of Mike Moustakas.
They’ve also been the beneficiary of a huge deal from the Oakland Athletics for outfielder Mike Trout, who’s coming off a career-best season.
That team also has a ton of money on its payroll, so it should be able to get its act together quickly, especially after losing Alex Gordon to free agency.
That is, unless they don’t win any games this season and the Royals start losing their mojo.5.
Toronto Blue Jays: The Blue Jays are a young team that won’t be able at first to build off the success of their front office, but they have some solid pieces that could make them a contender in the AL East.
That’s especially true with the addition in 2016 of right fielder Jose Bautista and shortstop Jose Briceno, who are both under the age of 25.
They have an impressive farm system and a solid defense.
That defense should help them compete in the East, but also provide some big games for the young starting rotation.6.
San Diego Padres: The Padres are in the middle of a rebuilding process, but their farm system is still very young.
They signed Josh Johnson in a three-team deal that paid him $16 million in 2016 and $20 million in 2017, and he’s been a big part of their success.
They drafted two top prospects in right-handed pitcher Josh Reddick and left-handed reliever Tyler Anderson, who both