MLB Rankings

In the midst of the NBA and NHL playoffs, we’ve had a pretty good sample size of the MLB season.

The old saying is, you can’t win a division in April and May, but you can certainly fall out of the race with a very poor month. Some teams will need to get on a hot streak to get back in the mix.

Here’s my first edition of my MLB rankings, remember, my rankings are based on games played to this point and not how I think teams will finish or do in future games:

1. Houston Astros (32-16)

2. Minnesota Twins (31-16)

3. New York Yankees (29-17)

4. Los Angeles Dodgers (31-17)

5. Pittsburgh Pirates (24-20)

6. Chicago Cubs (27-18)

7. Milwaukee Brewers (28-21)

8. Tampa Bay Rays (27-17)

9. Philadelphia Phillies (28-19)

10. Atlanta Braves (26-22)

11. Arizona Diamondbacks (25-23)

12. Cleveland Indians (25-21)

13. San Diego Padres (24-24)

14. Boston Red Sox (25-22)

15. Chicago White Sox (21-25)

16. Saint Louis Cardinals (24-23)

17. Colorado Rockies (20-25)

18. Seattle Mariners (23-27)

19. Texas Rangers (22-23)

20. Oakland Athletics (23-25)

21. Cincinnati Reds (21-26)

22. Los Angeles Angels (22-25)

23. New York Mets (21-25)

24. San Francisco Giants (20-26)

25. Detroit Tigers (18-26)

26. Toronto Blue Jays (19-28)

27. Washington Nationals (19-28)

28. Kansas City Royals (16-31)

29. Baltimore Orioles (15-32)

30. Miami Marlins (13-31)

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