MLB Rankings

As we approach the All-Star game in a couple weeks, we have a pretty good idea of what teams are, as I write that I can’t help but think of Mike Ditka’s “The Bears are who we thought they were!” line.

My rankings are based on games played to this point and not how I think teams will finish or how I think they’ll do in future games.

1. Los Angeles Dodgers (54-25)

2. Minnesota Twins (50-27)

3. Houston Astros (49-30)

4. Atlanta Braves (46-32)

5. New York Yankees (49-28)

6. Tampa Bay Rays (45-33)

7. Boston Red Sox (42-37)

8. Colorado Rockies (40-37)

9. Cleveland Indians (42-35)

10. Milwaukee Brewers (42-36)

11. Chicago Cubs (42-35)

12. Arizona Diamondbacks (39-40)

13. Oakland Athletics (41-38)

14. Pittsburgh Pirates (36-40)

15. Texas Rangers (42-36)

16. Washington Nationals (37-40)

17. St. Louis Cardinals (40-37)

18. Chicago White Sox (36-39)

19. Cincinnati Reds (36-40)

20. Philadelphia Phillies (39-38)

21. San Diego Padres (38-40)

22. Los Angeles Angels (39-40)

23. New York Mets (37-41)

24. Seattle Mariners (35-47)

25. San Francisco Giants (33-43)

26. Miami Marlins (30-46)

27. Toronto Blue Jays (29-49)

28. Detroit Tigers (26-47)

29. Kansas City Royals (27-51)

30. Baltimore Orioles (22-56)

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