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September 14, 2014 at 6:11 AM

Ryan Divish’s MLB power rankings

Rank (LW) Team Comment
1. (1) Angels
2. (2) Nationals
3. (4) Dodgers Coming into Saturday, Yasiel Puig was hitting .125 (7 for 56) with one extra-base hit and 16 strikeouts. His batting average has dropped from .312 to .291 in that time.
4. (7) Cardinals
5. (3) Orioles
6. (8) Tigers
7. (10) Giants If it wasn’t for a guy named Kershaw, Madison Bumgarner would be a lock for NL Cy Young. He’s 18-9 with a 2.91 ERA. He’s struck out 204 batters and walked just 52 in 217 innings pitched.
8. (9) Mariners
9. (5) Royals
10. (6) A’s
11. (13) Pirates
12. (16) Blue Jays
13. (11) Braves
14. (15) Indians
15. (12) Brewers
16. (14) Yankees
17. (17) Marlins Absolutely terrifying to see Giancarlo Stanton hit in the face by a fastball from Mike Fiers. It likely ends a brilliant season where he hit 37 homers and drove in 105 runs. Thankfully it won’t end his career.
18. (18) Rays
19. (20) Mets
20. (19) Reds
21. (23) White Sox
22. (26) Astros They’ve been a pain for playoff teams in their division, recently winning series against the Angels, A’s and Mariners. The young team is slowly building from pushover to respectability.
23. (21) Padres
24. (24) Phillies
25. (22) Cubs
26. (27) Red Sox
27. (25) Twins
28. (28) Diamondbacks
29. (29) Rockies
30. (30) Rangers

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