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MLB Power Rankings: Week 10

Eric Luchetti and Jase Bandelow

WEEK#    
Posted June 12, 2012 10:23 AM EDT

+8

Atlanta Braves

-10

Boston Red Sox

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RK Team RECORD CHANGE HIGH/LOW COMMENTS
1

39-23 1 1/19
The Dodgers had one loss last week, which is good, even though that one loss just happened to be a combined no-hitter by the Mariners.
Team: Home | Stats | Fantasy | Schedule | Gear | Tickets
2

36-23 2 1/18
The Nationals picked up the franchise’s first sweep at Fenway Park. Oh by the way, that Harper kid continues to provide positives for the club.
Team: Home | Stats | Fantasy | Schedule | Gear | Tickets
3

35-26 2 1/5
After being on the road since June 1, the Rangers return home for six against the D-Backs and Astros.
Team: Home | Stats | Fantasy | Schedule | Gear | Tickets
4

35-25 3 1/15
After losing two to the surging Yanks at the start of the week, Maddon’s Rays took their talents to South Beach and swept the Marlins.
Team: Home | Stats | Fantasy | Schedule | Gear | Tickets
5

35-25 3 1/11
The old man still has it. Andy Pettitte was dominant in two starts last week, striking out 18 in 13.1 innings and posting a minuscule 1.35 ERA.
Team: Home | Stats | Fantasy | Schedule | Gear | Tickets
6

33-27 3 3/25
Maybe it just took Adam Dunn a year to figure out this whole DH thing, but whatever the case the White Sox slugger has bounced back from his powerless 2011 campaign.
Team: Home | Stats | Fantasy | Schedule | Gear | Tickets
7

34-26 4 1/29
Brian Roberts is set to return and be a part of an O’s team eight games above .500 this late in the season for the first time since 2005.
Team: Home | Stats | Fantasy | Schedule | Gear | Tickets
8

34-27 1 4/16
The Giants offense will get a spark this week, as Pablo Sandoval is set to return from the disabled list.
Team: Home | Stats | Fantasy | Schedule | Gear | Tickets
9

34-27 8 3/18
Roller-coaster season continues for the Braves as they welcome Chipper Jones back to the lineup.
Team: Home | Stats | Fantasy | Schedule | Gear | Tickets
10

33-29 5 2/25
The Angels bats definitely enjoyed the Rocky Mountain air this weekend as they exploded for 42 hits, 28 runs and six home runs in a three-game sweep of the Rockies.
Team: Home | Stats | Fantasy | Schedule | Gear | Tickets
11

32-27 3 5/27
The Pirates sweep of Kansas City gives the Buccos their second series sweep of the season, which is as many as they had in all of 2011.
Team: Home | Stats | Fantasy | Schedule | Gear | Tickets
12

32-29 7 5/27
R.A. Dickey was the only Met to get a win last week; meanwhile, Johan Santana looked rusty with the extra rest post no-hitter.
Team: Home | Stats | Fantasy | Schedule | Gear | Tickets
13

32-27 - 6/29
Jason Kipnis is putting together an All-Star campaign in Cleveland as the left-handed hitting 2B is leading the Tribe in homers, runs and RBI.
Team: Home | Stats | Fantasy | Schedule | Gear | Tickets
14

32-27 4 1/22
Joey Votto, Jay Bruce and Todd Frazier are producing, but the rest of the Reds offense needs to step it up.
Team: Home | Stats | Fantasy | Schedule | Gear | Tickets
15

32-29 9 6/26
Anibal Sanchez sums up the Marlins -- “It’s a bad week for the team right now.”
Team: Home | Stats | Fantasy | Schedule | Gear | Tickets
16

31-30 - 7/25
Brandon Morrow, coming off his third shutout of the season, left Monday night’s game just two pitches into his second batter and is likely headed for a stint on the DL.
Team: Home | Stats | Fantasy | Schedule | Gear | Tickets
17

30-30 3 4/22
Three consecutive wins over Oakland provided the Diamondbacks with their first home sweep since the opening weekend of the season.
Team: Home | Stats | Fantasy | Schedule | Gear | Tickets
18

31-30 - 2/19
Injuries continue to bite the Cards, as Jaime Garcia becomes the latest addition to the disabled list.
Team: Home | Stats | Fantasy | Schedule | Gear | Tickets
19

28-32 2 1/21
The Tigers were hoping to have Doug Fister back from his second DL stint this year on Wednesday, unfortunately that is delayed due to being “stiff and a little sore” after throwing on Saturday.
Team: Home | Stats | Fantasy | Schedule | Gear | Tickets
20

28-32 3 12/25
The Brewers pitching staff continues to rack up strikeouts.
Team: Home | Stats | Fantasy | Schedule | Gear | Tickets
21

29-33 2 5/27
Not much is going right in the City of Brotherly Love, but at least Jim Thome is back, right? Nope. Glass is still half-empty.
Team: Home | Stats | Fantasy | Schedule | Gear | Tickets
22

29-32 10 10/26
The Red Sox dropped five of six at home last week to the Orioles and Nationals.
Team: Home | Stats | Fantasy | Schedule | Gear | Tickets
23

27-35 2 18/26
What better way for fire-balling prospect Stephen Pryor to get his first major league win than to walk two batters in 1/3 of an inning during the M’s combined six-man no-hitter against the Dodgers?
Team: Home | Stats | Fantasy | Schedule | Gear | Tickets
24

26-34 2 22/30
Jose Altuve and the Astros finally picked up their first road series victory of the season, beating the White Sox this past weekend.
Team: Home | Stats | Fantasy | Schedule | Gear | Tickets
25

24-35 3 22/30
Heading into this week, the Twins have won four consecutive series. They hope to extend that streak when they host the Phillies and Brewers this week.
Team: Home | Stats | Fantasy | Schedule | Gear | Tickets
26

24-34 2 13/29
It was a bad week for the Royals, losing five of six to the Twins and Pirates.
Team: Home | Stats | Fantasy | Schedule | Gear | Tickets
27

24-35 5 16/29
Jeff Francis returns to the rotation for the Rockies, making him the 10th different starter they have used this season.
Team: Home | Stats | Fantasy | Schedule | Gear | Tickets
28

26-35 1 4/28
Just when it looked like the A’s might be turning it around after taking three of four from the Rangers, they get swept by the D-Backs in Arizona.
Team: Home | Stats | Fantasy | Schedule | Gear | Tickets
29

20-40 - 24/30
Ryan Dempster has pitched well this month for the Cubs … so there is that.
Team: Home | Stats | Fantasy | Schedule | Gear | Tickets
30

20-41 - 19/30
Eight of the top 12 starting pitchers on the Padres’ spring training roster are on the disabled list. No team could overcome that.
Team: Home | Stats | Fantasy | Schedule | Gear | Tickets

 

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Eastern Division

TEAM W L
x-Orioles 96 66
Yankees 84 78
Blue Jays 83 79
Rays 77 85
Red Sox 71 91

Central Division

TEAM W L
x-Tigers 90 72
y-Royals 89 73
Indians 85 77
White Sox 73 89
Twins 70 92

Western Division

TEAM W L
x-Angels 98 64
y-Athletics 88 74
Mariners 87 75
Astros 70 92
Rangers 67 95

NL Standings

Eastern Division

TEAM W L
x-Nationals 96 66
Braves 79 83
Mets 79 83
Marlins 77 85
Phillies 73 89

Central Division

TEAM W L
x-Cardinals 90 72
y-Pirates 88 74
Brewers 82 80
Reds 76 86
Cubs 73 89

Western Division

TEAM W L
x-Dodgers 94 68
y-Giants 88 74
Padres 77 85
Rockies 66 96
Diamondbacks 64 98