Paul Meyer's Power Rankings

A weekly look at who's moving and who's losing around the majors

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The skinny

1. Boston Red Sox (1)

A tad vulnerable against lefties.

2. Angels (2)

Record at home (40-17) outstanding.

3. Arizona D'backs (5)

An up and coming young bunch.

4. New York Mets (6)

Record against NL East just so-so.

5. New York Yankees (4)

Holy cow!

6. Seattle Mariners (7)

Smooth sailing against lefties.

7. Detroit Tigers (8)

Jurrjens a breath of fresh air.

8. Cleveland Indians (3)

Wedge on edge.

9. San Diego Padres (11)

Giles has HR spree at GABP.

10. Philadelphia Phillies (12)

Cole hot in the heat.

11. Atlanta Braves (10)

Thumbs up for Cox.

12. Colorado Rockies (15)

Dessens keeps on keeping on.

13. Chicago Cubs (9)

Kendall's offense picking up.

14. Milwaukee Brewers (13)

Capuano winless in past 15 starts.

15. L.A. Dodgers (14)

Lowe provides a high.

16. Toronto Blue Jays (17)

Shaun re-Marcum-able.

17. Minnesota Twins (16)

Angels cook Baker again.

18. St. Louis Cardinals (18)

Amazingly back in the hunt.

19. Oakland Athletics (19)

Suzuki succeeding Kendall quite well.

20. Baltimore Orioles (21)

Are 8-4 against Yankees.

21. Florida Marlins (23)

D-Train back on track.

22. Washington Nationals (22)

Lost year for Johnson.

23. Chicago White Sox (20)

Oakland visit another bummer.

24. Houston Astros (24)

Lee's big year going to waste.

25. Kansas City Royals (25)

Bell: Pitching "pretty doggone good."

26. Texas Rangers (27)

Saltalamacchia struggling.

27. Cincinnati Reds (28)

Using bullpen way too much.

28. Pirates (29)

Heck of a lot of road games next.

29. San Francisco Giants (26)

Davis' catch in top five of season.

30. Tampa Bay D-Rays (30)

Knuckle under vs. Wakefield again.


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