This year, the Texas Rangers celebrated their first World Series title in franchise history with a parade through Arlington. The team’s victory brought in a total pool of $107.8 million for Major League Baseball, the most in the league’s history. Each full postseason share for the World Series champions totaled $506,263 which was just down from the record set by the Houston Astros in 2022.
The pool includes 60% from the first first two games of each Wild Card Series, the first three games of each Division Series, and the first four games of each League Championship Series and the World Series. In comparison to other playoff teams this year, Texas split $38.8 million into 64 full shares, 12.56 partial shares, and $48,000 in cash awards. The Astros last year divided their pool into 59 full shares, 14.14 partial shares, and $940,000 in cash awards.
Houston received a full share of $173,187 while Milwaukee got $8,336 as partial shares compared to Texas’s share of $596.7 per full share and $79 per partial share respectively