Week 3 MLB Power Rankings

I made this week’s list assuming Boston would close out their game vs Houston. I jinxed them. I’m posting this anyway. Will update if the ‘Stros end up winning.

Let’s get it:

  1. Chicago Cubs (14-5) [Last Week: 1] – Joe Maddon’s boys continue to roll and live up to their insane expectations. Have to give them credit for not choking yet.
  2. Washington Nationals (14-4) [2] – How good have the starters been for the Nats? Max Scherzer has their worst ERA. Gardens is pro-Nationals all the time (besides The Rabbi). #CrazyForTheNats
  3. Kansas City Royals (12-6) [3] – Honestly, I do not understand the Royals. They have minimal talent but always find a way to win. Oh well.
  4. Baltimore Orioles (11-6) [4] – Another week the O’s stay amongst the league’s best.
  5. Chicago White Sox (13-6) [7] – Could The Irishman’s Sox face the Cubbies in the World Series? The answer is no.
  6. Los Angeles Dodgers (12-7) [6] – I asked Vin Scully to write the synopsis for the Dodgers this week, but he sent me a 330 pages of material.
  7. New York Mets (10-7) [17] – It’s about time the Mets start playing like last year’s war machine.
  8. Cleveland Indians (9-7) [16] – The Tribe quietly swept the Tigers while the Cavs swept the Pistons. Poor Motown.
  9. St. Louis Cardinals (10-8) [9] – Love the hardo Cards fans having to deal with the Cubbies all season long.
  10. Pittsburgh Pirates (10-9) [11] – Another team from the NL Central completes this week’s top ten.
  11. Texas Rangers (10-9) [12]
  12. Oakland Athletics (10-9) [19]
  13. Toronto Blue Jays (10-10) [13]
  14. Boston Red Sox (9-9) [14]
  15. Colorado Rockies (9-9) [10]
  16. Seattle Mariners (9-9) [23]
  17. Arizona Diamondbacks (10-10) [26]
  18. Cincinnati Reds (9-10) [15]
  19. Detroit Tigers (8-9) [5]
  20. San Fransisco Giants (9-11) [8]
  21. Philadelphia Phillies (9-10) [21]
  22. Tampa Bay Rays (8-10) [24]
  23. Los Angeles Angels (8-11) [22]
  24. Milwaukee Brewers (8-11) [25]
  25. New York Yankees (7-10) [18]
  26. Miami Marlins (6-11) [27]
  27. San Diego Padres (7-12) [28]
  28. Houston Astros (6-13) [20]
  29. Minnesota Twins (5-14) [29]
  30. Atlanta Braves (4-14) [30]

-B the Eagle

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s