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MLB Power Rankings: Yankees, Red Sox and Phillies Continue to Dominate

This week, the top three remain the same, with the New York Yankees, Boston Red Sox and Philadelphia Phillies continuing to own the power rankings poll here at The Wife Hates Sports.

Elsewhere, the Detroit Tigers and Milwaukee Brewers fell far after brutal weeks, while the surprising Pittsburgh Pirates made a major jump into the top 15.

Due to the shortened holiday week, team descriptions are being left out this time around, but will return next week.

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C.C. Sabathia has been rolling in the New York rotation, while the Yankees lead this week’s MLB Power Rankings

 

KP’s MLB Power Rankings: July 4-5, 2011

Note: Points tallied as of end of day July 4, and do NOT reflect the results of July 5th games

1. New York Yankees – 51-33 (168 points) – Last Week: #1

2. Boston Red Sox – 50-35 (142 points) – Last Week: #2

3. Philadelphia Phillies – 55-32 (128 points) – Last Week: #3

4. Atlanta Braves – 51-36 (105 points) – Last Week: #5

5. Tampa Bay Rays – 47-39 (75 points) – Last Week: #4

6. St. Louis Cardinals – 47-40 (71 points) – Last Week: #10

7. Texas Rangers – 46-41 (68 points) – Last Week: #8

8. Los Angeles Angels – 45-41 (67 points) – Last Week: #12

9. Cincinnati Reds – 43-44 (56 points) – Last Week: #10

10. San Francisco Giants – 48-38 (54 points) – Last Week: #13

11. New York Mets – 43-42 (53 points) – Last Week: #15

12. Cleveland Indians – 45-39 (49 points) – Last Week: #16

13. Pittsburgh Pirates – 45-41 (45 points) – Last Week: #19

14. Arizona Diamondbacks – 47-40 (34 points) – Last Week: #11

15. Chicago White Sox – 43-44 (33 points) – Last Week: #20

16. Detroit Tigers – 45-41 (29 points) – Last Week: #9

17. Toronto Blue Jays – 42-45 (23 points) – Last Week: #18

18. Seattle Mariners – 42-43 (20 points) – Last Week: #21

19. Milwaukee Brewers – 45-42 (18 points) – Last Week: #6

20. Colorado Rockies – 41-45 (13 points) – Last Week: #17

21. Washington Nationals – 44-43 (7 points) – Last Week: #14

22. San Diego Padres – 39-47 (0 points) – Last Week: #23

23. Oakland Athletics – 38-48 (-5 points) – Last Week: #22

24. Los Angeles Dodgers – 37-49 (-22 points) – Last Week: #25

25. Florida Marlins – 35-44 (-24 points) – Last Week: #26

26. Kansas City Royals – 38-48 (-58 points) – Last Week: #27

27. Baltimore Orioles – 36-47 (-59 points) – Last Week: #24

28. Minnesota Twins – 38-46 (-64 points) – Last Week: #29

29. Chicago Cubs – 35-52 (-66 points) – Last Week: #28

30. Houston Astros – 29-58 (-104 points) – Last Week: #30

Note: RED = Falling 3+ spots from last week, GREEN = Rising 3+ spots from last week

The Wife Hates Sports’ MLB Power Rankings system has a method to its madness, attempting to be different and not just rank by popularity and record.  It mixes a secret formula of six completely different categories, meshed into a points system.  The categories don’t just include team results regarding record, but how each team has performed recently, as well as incorporating some statistics on both a team’s offense and pitching staff, too.

 

 

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  1. admin July 7, 2011 at 6:27 PM

    AERO–

    I heard that from some locals today, that the Rays and Yanks were playing, while the Red Sox have the ice-cold, struggling Orioles. It’s definitely going to be a pivotal stretch for the AL East. I really do think the Rays will stick around and give the other two teams all they can handle.

    Hope all is well and you had a great 4th..

    Later – KP

  2. aero July 7, 2011 at 6:55 AM

    The next eleven games for the Rays are against the Yankees and Red Sox. It’s going to be an interesting July. Hopefully they will still be contenders in August.

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