The Los Angeles Dodgers will pay $36.2 million in luxury tax, marking the fourth consecutive year they've paid the highest penalty.
The New York Yankees owe a penalty for the fifteenth straight year, but their $15.7 million figure is the club's lowest since 2011.
The San Francisco Giants ($4.1 million), Detroit Tigers ($3.7 million) and Washington Nationals ($1.45 million) rounded out the tax payers. The Nationals will pay tax for the first time.
Both the Dodgers and Yankees have vowed to get under next year's $197 million luxury tax threshold. That would reset their base tax rate from 50 percent to 20 percent going into the 2018-19 offseason.