Week 4 MLB Power Rankings

A month into the season and things are beginning to take shape. Thus far, the Eagles of the MLB are the Cubs, Mets, Nationals, White Sox, and the Royals, who I hate to include. The World Champions had a horrid week and fell to 10th, but they should recover nicely. It is only a matter of time before the White Sox go full White Sox-mode and lose 10 in-a-row.

Let’s get it:

  1. Chicago Cubs (17-6) [Last Week: 1] – The Cubs are No. 1 for the fourth-straight week.
  2. New York Mets (15-8) [7] – The Mets have turned it around quickly and mightily.
  3. Washington Nationals (17-7) [2] – Rough week for #CrazyForTheNats, but they remain in first place.
  4. Chicago White Sox (18-8) [5] – Have to give the Sox credit while they remain hot.
  5. Boston Red Sox (15-10) [14] – The Sawx enter the week as Eagles of the AL East.
  6. Baltimore Orioles (14-10) [4] – The O’s continue to put up wins in a very evenly-matched AL East.
  7. Detroit Tigers (14-10) [19] – Hot week for the Tigers, who passed Kansas City.
  8. Pittsburgh Pirates (15-10) [10] – Another strong week for the Pirates.
  9. Philadelphia Phillies (15-10) [21] – Absolutely love, so much, how the Phillies are in this week’s top ten.
  10. Kansas City Royals (13-11) [3] – Perhaps I was on to something last week when I said this team wasn’t very good. However, too early to chalk that up as a W yet.
  11. Texas Rangers (14-11) [11]
  12. Seattle Mariners (13-11) [16]
  13. Los Angeles Dodgers (13-13) [6]
  14. San Francisco Giants (13-13) [20]
  15. Los Angeles Angels (12-13) [23]
  16. St. Louis Cardinals (12-13) [9]
  17. Toronto Blue Jays (12-14) [13]
  18. Cleveland Indians (10-12) [8]
  19. Oakland Athletics (13-13) [12]
  20. Colorado Rockies (12-12) [15]
  21. Miami Marlins (12-12) [26]
  22. Tampa Bay Rays (11-13) [22]
  23. Arizona Diamondbacks (12-15) [17]
  24. Cincinnati Reds (10-15) [18]
  25. Milwaukee Brewers (9-15) [24]
  26. New York Yankees (8-15) [25]
  27. San Diego Padres (9-16) [27]
  28. Houston Astros (8-17) [28]
  29. Minnesota Twins (7-18) [29]
  30. Atlanta Braves (6-18) [30]

-B the Eagle

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