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September 28, 2014 at 6:13 AM

Ryan Divish’s MLB power rankings

Rank (LW) Team Comment
1. (1) Angels
2. (2) Nationals
3. (3) Orioles
4. (4) Dodgers
5. (5) Cardinals
6. (9) Royals
7. (7) Pirates After 22 years without a winning record, the Pirates are in the postseason for the second straight season. Look out Steelers, they’re coming for you.
8. (6) Tigers
9. (8) Giants
10. (11) Athletics
11. (10) Mariners
12. (15) Yankees Of course Derek Jeter was going to get a walk-off hit in his final game at Yankee Stadium. Baseball is more scripted than pro wrestling.
13. (17) Blue Jays
14. (14) Indians
15. (12) Brewers
16. (16) Marlins
17. (19) Rays
18. (18) Mets
19. (20) Reds
20. (22) Padres
21. (13) Braves General manager Frank Wren had to know his time was coming to an end. Giving massive free agent contracts to BJ Upton and Dan Uggla were just a few of his mistakes.
22. (24) Astros
23. (25) White Sox
24. (21) Phillies
25. (23) Cubs
26. (26) Red Sox
27. (27) Twins
28. (28) Rockies
29. (30) Rangers
30. (29) Diamondbacks Tony La Russa as president of baseball operations, Dave Stewart as general manager. Just hire Mark McGwire to manage and Jose Canseco for public relations.

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