Published By Kevin Paul On Monday, September 5th 2011. Under AL Central, AL East, AL West, American League, Kevin Paul, MLB, National League, NL Central, NL East, NL West, Writers Tags: Alex Gordon, Atlanta Braves, Big Papi, Boston Red Sox, Carlos Santana, Cliff Lee, Corey Hart, Daniel Hudson, David Ortiz, Derek Jeter, Edwin Jackson, Ian Kennedy, Javier Vazquez, Mike Carp, Mike Napoli, Mike Trout, Milwaukee Brewers, MLB, MLB Power Rankings, New York Yankees, Philadelphia Phillies, Prince Fielder, R.A. Dickey, Ricky Romero, Ryan Braun, Texas Rangers, Trevor Cahill, Yankees Top Power Rankings
September is here and Major League Baseball’s pennant races are heating up, but mostly in the American League as the three division leaders in the National League are pulling away. In this week’s MLB Power Rankings, the New York Yankees and Philadelphia Phillies have pulled away a bit, too – leaving the Boston Red Sox in a somewhat distant third. Meanwhile, the Milwaukee Brewers continue to climb the charts, finally cracking the top five. And as we head into the final month of the regular season, we look back and recognize some of the most interesting statistical accomplishments for each team during the month of August.