Week 10 Power Rankings

in #baseball3 years ago

  1. New York Yankees 42-18: Yankees lost another starter when Tanaka tried to score from third and hurt both hamstrings.
  2. Boston Red Sox 44-22: BoSox lost 2 of 3 to the ChiSox. Not a series you can lose when trying to overtake the division.
  3. Milwaukee Brewers 39-26: Brewers are just 4 and 6 since Davies hit the DL.
  4. Seattle Mariners 41-24: 7-2 in June so far.
  5. Houston Astros 41-25: Correa is expected back this week after missing 4 straight games.
  6. Atlanta Braves 37-27: Washington has finally caught up to the baby Braves but that doesn't diminish their accomplishments.
  7. Philadelphia Phillies 33-30: The Phillies still need to do better than 10-15 in the NL East if they want to compete.
  8. Chicago Cubs 37-25: The Cubbies have hit their stride winning 11 of the last 14 games.
  9. Washington Nationals 36-26: As Daniel Murphy is about to return, Strasburg lands on the DL.
  10. St. Louis Cardinals 35-28: Cards got some bad news this week as rookie phenom Alex Reyes was lost for the year.
  11. Los Angeles Angels 37-29: Angels are worried that Ohtani might need Tommy John surgery. It'd mean another wasted year in Trout's prime.
  12. Colorado Rockies 32-32: Swept by the surging Dodgers and division leading D-backs this week. Not good.
  13. Oakland Athletics 33-32: Just a tough team to figure out.
  14. Tampa Bay Rays 29-35: Had lost 8 straight before Saturday's win. 1-9 in the last 10.
  15. Arizona D-Backs 34-29: They still lead the NL West and Goldschmidt is getting back to being an MVP candidate.
  16. Cleveland Indians 34-29: 16-9 versus the putrid Central and 18-20 versus everyone else.
  17. Pittsburgh Pirates 32-33: The offseason sell off is finally starting to take it's toll on the team.
  18. San Francisco Giants 32-32: Madbum's return is a huge boost.
  19. Los Angeles Dodgers 32-32: The Dodgers are horrible at keeping starters healthy. Ryu, Hill, Kershaw, and Santana are all on the DL with Buehler ready to join in.
  20. New York Mets 27-34: deGrom is the only reason to watch the Mets and he might be on the Yankees soon.
  21. Detroit Tigers 31-36: Holding their own for a team with a lot of underperforming high priced players.
  22. Minnesota Twins 28-34: Bryon Buxton continually disappoints.
  23. San Diego Padres 31-36: Padres nearly had another no hitter this week. Really trying hard for that franchises first.
  24. Toronto Blue Jays 30-35: Vlad Jr. Watch is officially on hold since he will miss the next 4 weeks with a knee injury.
  25. Texas Rangers 27-40: Gallo is the prototype for what's wrong with the MLB today.
  26. Miami Marlins 23-42: 3-3 this week after a 1-9 streak.
  27. Cincinnati Reds 23-43: Reds beat the Cards for the first time in 14 tries this weekend.
  28. Kansas City Royals 22-43: Lost 7 of the past 9. The bottom teams are getting worse.
  29. Chicago White Sox 22-41: A good week for the ChiSox after taking 2 of 3 from both the Red Sox and Brewers.
  30. Baltimore Orioles 19-45: Of 150 teams MLB and MiLB teams, only one has a record under .300...
    The 19-45 Baltimore Orioles (.297).
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Love it that the Mariners are one above the Astros in your power rankings. Sweet! Go Mariners.

when Tanaka tried to score from third and hurt both hamstrings.

Omg, I wish him speedy recovery....

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