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MLB Power Rankings

We have a new number one this week; that’s the 3rd in 3 weeks after the Rangers held it for the rest of the season. The Astros are settling in at the bottom, 5 points below the next team.

Like always, these rankings are based off weighed scores from Record, Run Differential, and Farm System; record weighs the most and farm system the least.

Rank Team Record Pythagorean System Total Last Week
1 Cincinnati Reds 30 27 17 53.7 3
66 – 42 63 – 45 Billy Hamilton
2 Washington Nationals 29 28 16 53.0 1
65 – 43 64 – 44 Anthony Rendon
3 Texas Rangers 27 26 23 52.0 2
63 – 44 62 – 45 Jurickson Profar
4 New York Yankees 28 29 8 50.0 4
63 – 44 64 – 43 Gary Sanchez
5 Pittsburgh Pirates 25 21 25 47.3 6
61 – 46 58 – 49 Gerrit Cole
6 St. Louis Cardinals 23 30 12 47.0 8
59 – 49 66 – 42 Oscar Taveras
7 Atlanta Braves 26 24 4 43.3 9
62 – 46 61 – 47 Julio Teheran
8 Oakland Athletics 20 20 29 43.0 5
58 – 50 58 – 50 Michael Choice
9 Chicago White Sox 24 25 2 41.3 10
59 – 48 61 – 46 Courtney Hawkins
10 Los Angeles Angels 18 23 24 41.3 7
58 – 51 60 – 49 Kaleb Cowart
11 Arizona Diamondbacks 15 22 30 39.7 12
55 – 53 59 – 49 Trevor Bauer
12 San Francisco Giants 22 16 15 37.7 11
59 – 49 56 – 52 Gary Brown
13 Boston Red Sox 14 19 26 35.3 14
54 – 55 58 – 51 Xander Bogaerts
14 Los Angeles Dodgers 21 15 10 34.3 13
59 – 50 56 – 53 Zach Lee
15 Detroit Tigers 19 18 9 34.0 16
58 – 50 57 – 51 Nick Castellanos
16 Tampa Bay Rays 16 17 5 29.0 17
56 – 52 56 – 52 Taylor Guerrieri
17 New York Mets 12 12 27 29.0 18
53 – 56 54 – 55 Zack Wheeler
18 Toronto Blue Jays 13 14 19 28.7 15
53 – 55 55 – 53 Travis d’Arnaud
19 Seattle Mariners 11 13 18 25.7 20
51 – 59 55 – 55 Taijuan Walker
20 Baltimore Orioles 17 9 7 25.3 19
57 – 51 48 – 60 Dylan Bundy
21 Philadelphia Phillies 9 10 14 20.3 23
49 – 59 51 – 57 Jesse Biddle
22 Kansas City Royals 5 8 28 19.7 25
45 – 62 47 – 60 Wil Myers
23 Miami Marlins 8 2 22 16.7 21
49 – 60 43 – 66 Christian Yelich
24 Milwaukee Brewers 7 11 6 16.3 24
48 – 59 52 – 55 Jean Segura
25 Cleveland Indians 10 5 3 14.3 22
50 – 58 44 – 64 Francisco Lindor
26 San Diego Padres 4 7 13 13.0 27
46 – 64 47 – 63 Jedd Gyorko
27 Chicago Cubs 3 4 20 12.3 26
43 – 63 43 – 63 Javier Baez
28 Colorado Rockies 2 3 21 11.0 28
38 – 68 42 – 64 Nolan Arenado
29 Minnesota Twins 6 6 1 10.3 29
47 – 61 46 – 62 Miguel Sano
30 Houston Astros 1 1 11 5.3 30
36 – 73 39 – 70 Jonathan Singleton

If the playoffs started today…

Division Team – Record Team – Run Differential
AL East New York Yankees New York Yankees
AL Central Chicago White Sox Chicago White Sox
AL West Texas Rangers Texas Rangers
AL Wild Card Oakland Athletics Los Angeles Angels
AL Wild Card Detroit Tigers Oakland Athletics
NL East Washington Nationals Washington Nationals
NL Central Cincinnati Reds St. Louis Cardinals
NL West San Francisco Giants Arizona Diamondbacks
NL Wild Card Atlanta Braves Cincinnati Reds
NL Wild Card Pittsburgh Pirates Atlanta Braves

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By The Baseball Page
Tuesday, 7 Aug 2012

 

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  • Essential said: The power rankings are the best. They all need that one for augmentation sake. - Mint Springs Farm 7:37PM 05/30/14
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