In the latest Forbes valuations of MLB teams, the Mets are valued at $2.3 billion, the sixth-most valuable franchise in the league.
That is a 10 percent increase from last year's valuation by Forbes, which pegged the Mets at being worth $2.1 billion.
The Mets are one of seven MLB teams worth at least $2 billion, according to Forbes. They edge out the No. 7 Cardinals by $200 million.
The Yankees are far and away the most valuable MLB team at $4.6 billion, $1.3 billion more than the No. 2 Dodgers. The Red Sox ($3.2 billion,) Cubs ($3.1 billion) and Giants ($3 billion) round out the top five.
Forbes says the Mets earned $340 million in revenue last year and had an operating income of $30 million.
They're the fourth-most valuable franchise in the National League and the most valuable in the NL East. The Phillies are the ninth-most valuable MLB team worth $1.85 billion.
The Marlins are the least-valuable team at $1 billion.