MLB POWER RANKINGS

MLB Baseball Power Rankings

MLB Final Power Rankings

Regular season

By Shawn Ramsey

WEEK#    
Posted October 01, 2013 02:39 AM EDT

+3

Atlanta Braves

-4

Cincinnati Reds

FOX SPORTS MLB POWER RANKINGS

RK Team RECORD CHANGE HIGH/LOW COMMENTS
1

71-91 - 1/20
One year after Boston’s epic 2012 meltdown, the Red Sox secured home-field advantage throughout the playoffs and are the favorites to win their third World Series title in a decade.
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2

90-72 2 1/9
Matt Carpenter fell one hit short of 200 for the season, but at least his Cards clinched home-field advantage through the NLCS after winning six straight to end the regular season.
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3

79-83 3 1/10
The Braves will rely on Jason Heyward to continue his consistency at the top of the lineup during the playoffs to bolster an offense that has been inconsistent at times.
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4

88-74 2 2/17
The A’s started September in second place, but won the division title thanks in part to Josh Donaldson’s big month at the plate. Oakland hopes his bat will stay hot into the playoffs.
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5

94-68 2 1/25
Matt Kemp won’t be playing for the Dodgers in the playoffs, but they have survived most of the season without him … not to mention his absence left the door open for Yasiel Puig to reach the majors.
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6

88-74 2 1/27
Baseball is back in Pittsburgh with the Pirates ready to host their first playoff game in two decades led by MVP candidate Andrew McCutchen.
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7

90-72 2 2/11
The Tigers ended their season on a sour note after getting no-hit by the Marlins, but fans shouldn’t be worried about Detroit’s offensive power in the playoffs with Miguel Cabrera and his .348 batting average.
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8

85-77 2 5/26
The Indians staggered into September looking finished in the AL playoff race, but after a 21-6 month, including 10 wins in a row to wrap up the regular season, Cleveland is the team to beat with the top wild-card spot.
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9

77-85 - 2/22
David Price’s season started slow, but he showed exactly why he is the reigning AL Cy Young Award winner after carrying the Rays in a one-game tiebreaker victory over the Texas Rangers to earn a wild-card berth.
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10

67-95 3 1/14
Texas put up a good fight winning its last seven games to force a tiebreaker game against the Rays, but Tampa Bay’s David Price made sure the Rangers would go no further with his complete-game masterpiece.
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11

76-86 4 2/13
Momentum is not on the Reds’ side after stumbling into the playoffs losing five consecutive games, including a sweep by wild-card opponent Pittsburgh.
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12

89-73 - 5/26
Streaky would be the best way to describe the Royals season in one word, but Kansas City has plenty of reasons to be optimistic for 2014 after finishing with its best record since 1989.
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13

96-66 2 3/18
The Nationals made a late push down the stretch to stay in playoff contention until the final week, but Washington’s early season struggles proved to be too much to overcome.
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14

96-66 1 4/15
Besides Chris Tillman, the Orioles’ starting rotation was the main issue behind a failed attempt to return to the postseason.
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15

84-78 1 3/23
Mariano Rivera unfortunately won’t be able to extend his legacy into the 2013 playoffs after the Yankees fell short of their typical lofty expectations.
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16

64-98 1 7/17
The Diamondbacks led the NL West for 69 days of the season, but struggled to consistently find wins as the Dodgers surged past Arizona in the second half.
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17

77-85 1 12/29
The Padres played great baseball at times this year, especially for a “rebuilding” team. If it wasn’t for injuries and suspensions to several keys players, San Diego could have had a Cinderella season.
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18

88-74 1 1/23
A third-place finish in the NL West and San Francisco’s first losing record since 2008 wasn’t what the Giants had in mind for defending their 2012 World Series title in an overall disappointing season.
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19

98-64 3 2/26
Mike Trout became only the third major leaguer player since 1900 with 190 hits, 100 walks and 30 stolen bases after hitting a home run in the Angels final game of the season.
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20

82-80 1 15/30
Everything that could go wrong did go wrong for the Brewers this season from Ryan Braun’s suspension to Corey Hart and Aramis Ramirez’s injury problems.
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21

83-79 2 8/27
For a team that made huge additions in the offseason, a 74-88 fifth-place finish in the AL East was a major disappointment. It didn’t help that Toronto led the majors in games lost to injury with more than 1,300 in all.
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22

66-96 - 4/23
The Rockies’ season took a nose-dive early, but at least Michael Cuddyer had a great year, winning the NL batting title with his .331 batting average.
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23

73-89 3 12/27
The Phillies posted their first losing record since 2002. Will Hall of Famer Ryne Sandberg be the man to lead Philadelphia back to relevancy.
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24

87-75 1 17/27
There are reasons to be hopeful for the future in Seattle. The offense improved, hitting its most home runs since 2000, and the rotation will continue to be strong with Felix Hernandez and Hisashi Iwakuma.
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25

79-83 1 16/29
Matt Harvey was lights out for the Mets this season, but will their new ace still have the same spark next year with an injured elbow that has benched the All-Star since August?
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26

73-89 - 20/28
Cubs finish last in the NL Central and Dale Sveum becomes the first manager to lose his job after leading Chicago to 41 losses in its final 59 games.
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27

70-92 - 19/27
After three straight years of 96-plus losses, Ron Gardenhire’s future in Minnesota looked bleak with his contract set to expire after the season, but the Twins extended the manager through 2015 in a surprising move.
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28

73-89 - 14/29
The White Sox took an unexpected step back this season with a soft-hitting lineup not doing the team any favors in route to a 99-loss season.
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29

77-85 - 27/30
There wasn’t much to root for during the Marlins’ 100-loss season, but at least Henderson Alvarez’s wild no-hitter against Detroit ended the season on a positive note.
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30

70-92 - 28/30
After finishing the season with 15 losses in a row, the Astros complete their worst season in club history … but with the third consecutive No. 1 pick in the draft, things have to be looking up soon, right?
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AL Standings

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