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June 1, 2014 at 6:00 AM

Ryan Divish’s MLB power rankings

Rank (LW) Team Comment
1. (3) Giants The two best teams in baseball are in the Bay Area. They couldn’t be more different in fan support, finances and stadiums. You can’t help but want to see the “have-nots” finish better than “haves.”
2. (1) Athletics
3. (2) Tigers
4. (8) Blue Jays
5. (4) Brewers
6. (7) Cardinals Prized prospect Oscar Taveras is being called up to the big leagues. Does he know St. Louis has the best fans in baseball? They’ll be sure to tell him if he’s unaware.
7. (6) Braves
8. (10) Angels
9. (9) Dodgers
10. (11) Yankees
11. (13) Marlins
12. (5) Rockies
13. (18) White Sox
14. (17) Rangers
15. (14) Nationals
16. (12) Orioles
17. (16) Royals Billy Butler isn’t hitting for power. Eric Hosmer isn’t hitting consistently. Mike Moustakas couldn’t hit, which means hitting coach Pedro Grifol gets re-assigned.
18. (15) Mariners undefined
19. (19) Twins undefined
20. (22) Reds undefined
21. (24) Mets undefined
22. (20) Indians undefined
23. (26) Pirates undefined
24. (23) Red Sox undefined
25. (21) Padres undefined
26. (30) Astros OK, we just can end the “Another dinger for Springer” every time phenom George Springer hits a homer, right now? After seven homers in eight games, it’s a little repetitive.
27. (27) Phillies undefined
28. (25) Rays undefined
29. (28) Diamondbacks undefined
30. (29) Cubs undefined

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