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May 11, 2014 at 6:00 AM

Ryan Divish’s MLB power rankings

Rank (LW) Team Comment
1. (4) Tigers
2. (2) Brewers
3. (6) Giants
4. (8) Orioles
5. (9) Rockies Raise your hand if you had heard of Charlie Blackmon before this season. Anyone? Anyone? A .968 OPS may change that.
6. (3) A’s
7. (7) Yankees
8. (1) Braves
9. (5) Dodgers
10. (12) Cardinals
11. (11) Nationals
12. (22) Marlins One of the hottest teams in baseball. Miami has played 22 games at home and is 17-5 in that mostly empty park.
13. (16) Blue Jays
14. (17) White Sox
15. (10) Rangers
16. (21) Mariners
17. (13) Royals
18. (20) Reds
19. (14) Mets
20. (19) Twins
21. (15) Angels It’s hard to write it, but it seems like Raul Ibanez may be done as a big league player. He’s hitting .146 with a .508 OPS in 30 games
22. (18) Red Sox
23. (25) Indians
24. (27) Padres
25. (24) Rays
26. (23) Phillies
27. (26) Pirates
28. (30) Diamondbacks
29. (28) Cubs
30. (29) Astros They are positioning themselves for the No. 1 overall draft pick for the third straight year. Something no other team has done.

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