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August 3, 2014 at 6:17 AM

Ryan Divish’s MLB power rankings

Rank (LW) Team Comment
1. (1) A’s- No word yet on which actors will play Jeff Samardzija, Jason Hammel, Jonny Gomes and Jon Lester in the movie “Moneyball 2: All in to win.”
2. (2) Angels
3. (8) Dodgers They have surged into first place in the NL West playing some exciting baseball. Not that any of their fans have been able to watch thanks to a faulty deal with Time Warner Cable.
4. (3) Brewers
5. (6) Orioles
6. (4) Tigers
7. (5) Nationals
8. (12) Blue Jays
9. (9) Braves Sad news about the passing of broadcaster Pete Van Wieren, who was synonymous with the Braves’ telecasts on Superstation TBS that everyone over the age of 30 grew up with.
10. (7) Giants
11. (11) Pirates
12. (10) Cardinals
13. (13) Royals
14. (16) Mariners
15. (13) Yankees
16. (18) Indians
17. (14) Rays
18. (20) White Sox
19. (15) Reds
20. (19) Marlins
21. (21) Mets
22. (22) Red Sox Well, the one redeeming aspect of the fire sale in Boston will be watching Yoenis Cespedes take batting practice at Fenway Park. No car on Landsdowne Street is safe.
23. (24) Twins
24. (23) Padres
25. (26) Diamondbacks
26. (25) Phillies
27. (27) Astros
28. (29) Cubs
29. (28) Rockies
30. (30) Rangers

1.      No word yet on which actors will play Jeff Samardzija, Jason Hammels, Jonny Gomes and Jon Lester in the sequel for “Moneyball 2: All in to win”

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