The leagues' runners-up, the Dodgers and Tigers, received approximately $7.5 million per team from the players' pool. Each clubhouse determines how it will split up its pool money, deciding how many players will get a full share, a partial share and a cash reward.
A full share for the Dodgers is worth $108,037.06, while a full share from the Tigers' pool is worth $129,278.22.
The difference is because the Dodgers awarded 58 full and 11.5 partial shares, while the Tigers awarded 48 full and 10.015 partial shares. The Dodgers also gave out eight cash awards and the Tigers five.
The only other playoff team to award as many full-time shares as the Dodgers were the world champion Red Sox. A full share from the Red Sox is worth approximately $307,000.
Teams typically give playoff shares to players and clubhouse personnel, so it's a significant sum for some.