Monday, July 15, 2013

Season 20 Power Rankings # 2

It's time for another edition of the power rankings!  And yes, there is a new number 1!  Since the last rankings, Dover has been on fire, establishing themselves as the league's top team.  Little Rock is still a strong # 2, even though they dropped out of the top spot.   Other highlights include a big jump for Texas vaulting from #21 all the way up to #6 with a solid run since the last rankings.  Overall though, the top of the rankings remained relatively stable.  Without further adieu, here are the complete rankings!


Team  W L PREV    Comments
1 Dover 61 27 2 Takes over the top spot, as they've been on fire lately
2 Little Rock 54 34 1 Still extremely solid all around and playing well
3 Colorado Springs 54 34 4 High numbers across the board, very solid team
4 Buffalo  51 37 5 Playing well, although offense has fallen off a bit
5 Tampa Bay  51 37 8 Pitching has been better, and offense has been solid
6 Texas 52 36 21 Playing fantastic since last rankings, improved all around
7 Detroit  45 43 9 Solid team, numbers say record should be better
8 Vancouver  46 42 13 The champs are hanging in there, don't count them out
9 Boston  48 40 7 Pitching has been roughed up as of late, needs to improve
10 Minnesota  52 36 3 Major all around decrease in production since last rankings
11 Pittsburgh  53 35 6 Pitching is keeping them in it, not getting much offense at all
12 Atlanta  46 42 16 Really coming around due to solid young players
13 Helena 42 46 25 Great since the last rankings, pitching is getting it together
14 Los Angeles 43 45 24 Playing well, offense is improving, pitching is lights out
15 Kansas City  47 41 12 Hanging in there, but pitching has been really bad. 
16 Austin  45 43 18 Need to get something going on offense to get back in it
17 Boise 43 45 26 Bounced back a bit since the last rankings
18 Cleveland  46 42 19 Getting it done, but the numbers are a bit low all around
19 Omaha  45 43 14 Pitching hasn't been great as of late
20 Charlotte  45 43 10 Numbers down all around, but could bounce back
21 New York  42 46 17 Playing just decent so far, but not amongst the elite
22 St. Louis 41 47 15 Offense dropped off a lot since last rankings
23 Burlington  40 48 23 Even though pitching improved, offense is just average
24 El Paso  36 52 22 Pretty much middle of the road across the board
25 Syracuse  41 47 20 Rough stretch since the last rankings, should bounce back
26 Durham  40 48 11 Really bad since last rankings, pitching fell off and bats cold
27 Honolulu  39 49 28 New owner aboard, offense is better, but pitching struggling
28 Philadelphia 36 52 31 Majorly improved pitching, but offense is still lacking
29 Colorado  32 56 27 Has the worse team ERA I've ever seen, but good bats
30 Seattle  35 53 29 Numbers improving, but not yet in the win column
31 Florida  31 57 30 Numbers not horrible, but has yet to break through
32 Washington  26 62 32 Numbers improved, but not enough to move up

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