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mlb power rankings week 3

Posted on: April 15, 2008 6:32 pm
 
I'm a little late getting this up this week. I've been extremely busy and just got around to doing it. I only counted the games up until Sunday.

1 Red Sox (7-6) Last Week-1
2 Diamondbacks (9-3) Last Week-7
3 Yankees (6-7) Last Week-2
4 Angels (7-6) Last Week-6
5 Padres (7-6) Last Week-5
6 Mets (5-6) Last Week-4
7 Brewers (8-4) Last Week-9
8 Cubs (7-5) Last Week-8
9 Indians (5-7) Last Week-3
10 Blue Jays (7-5) Last Week-13
11 Phillies (6-7) Last Week-10
12 Cardinals (9-4) Last Week-18
13 White Sox (7-4) Last Week-16
14 Royals (7-5) Last Week-19
15 Mariners (6-7) Last Week-15
16 Braves (5-7) Last Week-14
17 Tigers (2-10) Last Week-11
18 Dodgers (5-7) Last Week-12
19 Twins (6-6) Last Week-21
20 Athletics (8-5) Last Week-26
21 Rockies (5-7) Last Week-20
22 Reds (6-7) Last Week-17
23 Orioles (7-5) Last Week-24
24 Rays (6-6) Last Week-22
25 Rangers (5-7) Last Week-23
26 Marlins(7-5) Last Week-28
27 Pirates (6-6) Last Week-29
28 Astros (5-8) Last Week-25
29 Giants (5-8) Last Week-30
30 Nationals (4-9) Last Week-27
Category: MLB
Comments

Since: Mar 31, 2008
Posted on: April 17, 2008 10:10 pm
 

mlb power rankings week 3

You better put the Dodgers up next week..They are not 19th in the Power poll!????!!!!!  They are top 3 in their Division and they are in one of the Best Divisions in Baseball...Right next to the AL East.  They should be up a little more than 19.  Torre will lead them far.

 




Since: Mar 31, 2008
Posted on: April 17, 2008 10:24 am
 

mlb power rankings week 3

Dodgers better than 19th????



Since: Mar 8, 2008
Posted on: April 16, 2008 2:17 pm
 

mlb power rankings week 3

Here's how they've performed through Sunday.
  1. Arizona Diamondbacks (9-3)
  2. St. Louis Cardinals (9-4)
  3. Chicago White Sox (7-4)
  4. Toronto Blue Jays (7-5)
  5. Milwaukee Brewers (8-4)
  6. Oakland Athletics (8-5)
  7. Tampa Bay Rays (6-6)
  8. New York Mets (5-6)
  9. Chicago Cubs (7-5)
  10. Kansas City Royals (7-5)
  11. Cincinnati Reds (6-7)
  12. Atlanta Braves (5-7)
  13. Baltimore Orioles (7-5)
  14. Los Angeles Angels (7-6)
  15. Philadelphia Phillies (6-7)
  16. San Diego Padres (7-6)
  17. Boston Red Sox (7-6)
  18. Minnesota Twins (6-6)
  19. Los Angeles Dodgers (5-7)
  20. Pittsburgh Pirates (6-6)
  21. Seattle Mariners (6-7)
  22. New York Yankees (6-7)
  23. Texas Rangers (5-7)
  24. Florida Marlins (7-5)
  25. Cleveland Indians (5-7)
  26. Houston Astros (5-8)
  27. Colorado Rockies (5-7)
  28. Washington Nationals (4-9)
  29. San Francisco Giants (5-8)
  30. Detroit Tigers (2-10)



Since: Oct 11, 2006
Posted on: April 16, 2008 1:17 pm
 

mlb power rankings week 3

It's a mixture of all of the above. I've tried not to move teams up or down too much based on the first 2 weeks, because the standings will change a lot. I guess early on it's a lot of how I think they will perform with a little of how they have thrown in. As the season moves on it will even out and the best teams will end up at the top.



Since: Aug 29, 2006
Posted on: April 16, 2008 11:37 am
 

mlb power rankings week 3

Question, are these weekly rankings, on how they have performed so far? Or how you expect them to be playing? Just because I see Marlins (7-5) at 26, and Tigers at (2-10) at 17... Just asking...


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