The first look in 2007 at who's got it and who doesn't around the major leagues.Last season's final ranking in parenthesesRank, TeamThe skinny
1. New York Yankees (1)Haven't won a Series since 2000.2. Boston Red Sox (11)Dice-K hits the big time.3. Philadelphia Phillies (12)Time for Rollins to walk the walk.4. New York Mets (4)Glavine starts countdown to 300.5. St. Louis Cardinals (13)Carpenter leads rebuilt rotation.6. Detroit Tigers (3)Can they rev up Motown again?7. Los Angeles Dodgers (9)Little pop but lots of pitching.8. Toronto Blue Jays (10)S-l-o-w-l-y becoming AL East force.9. Angels (8)Matthews Jr. issue might be a distraction.10. Oakland Athletics (5)No Zito but still formidable.11. Chicago White Sox (6)Poor spring record means nothing.12. Cleveland Indians (22)Ready (again) to challenge for title.13. Chicago Cubs (28)No Prior (again), no Wood (again).14. Houston Astros (14)Biggio starts countdown to 3,000.15. San Diego Padres (7)"Hall" starter and "Hall" closer.16. Milwaukee Brewers (24)A contender is brewing here.17. Atlanta Braves (18)Gonzo helps bullpen improve.18. Minnesota Twins (2)No Liriano, no chance.19. Colorado Rockies (23)Tulowitzki will make name for himself.20. Florida Marlins (17)Over-achievers fall back to earth.21. San Francisco Giants (19)734 ... and counting.22. Pirates (27)14 ... and counting?
23. Texas Rangers (15)Sosa starts countdown to 600.24. Arizona D-Backs (21)Kirk Gibson will rattle some cages.25. Cincinnati Reds (16)Fans will be Homer happy by June.26. Seattle Mariners (20)Guillen already ripping Angels.27. Washington Nationals (25)Possible 100-loss team.28. Baltimore Orioles (26)Bedard a Cy Young contender?29. Kansas City Royals (30)How will it all Meche?30. Tampa Bay D-Rays (29)In very familiar waters here.