Wednesday, October 30, 2013

Season 21 Power Rankings # 3

It's time for another edition of the power rankings!  For the most part things held pretty stable since the rankings, but there were a few risers and fallers.  It will certainly be interesting to see how the rest of the season plays out.  Good luck to all down the stretch!  Here are the latest rankings!


Team  W L PREV   Comments
1 Dover 84 37 1 Still rolling, great all-around team
2 Little Rock 73 48 2 Finally playing up to their numbers, it seems
3 St. Louis 75 46 4 Have played great all season and not slowing down
4 Vancouver  73 48 7 Offense has turned it up since the last rankings
5 Tampa Bay  70 51 8 Playing well as of late, solid on all fronts 
6 Los Angeles 73 48 10 Pitching is outstanding as always, offense picking it up 
7 Salt Lake City 71 50 13 Best record since the last rankings, mopping it up 
8 Boston  69 52 6 Pitching fell off a bit, but offense has been very solid
9 Colorado Springs 67 54 11 Still playing well, can they turn it up for a run at a repeat?
10 Houston 70 51 9 Pitching has fallen off a bit, but still winning a lot
11 Buffalo  66 55 3 Bad luck lately, as their numbers haven't changed
12 Pittsburgh  62 59 21 Playing like the 100 win teams of the last 3 seasons again
13 Detroit  64 57 20 Pitching has really come around as of late 
14 Atlanta  63 58 16 They're getting it together, expect to see a great last quarter
15 Durham  66 55 5 Tough run as of late, the bats haven't been producing
16 Salem 62 59 12 Pitching has been better, but offense hasn't been there
17 Boise 57 64 14 Their numbers aren't bad, just not getting wins
18 Minnesota  60 61 17 Pitching took a step forward, bats a step back 
19 Rochester 61 60 24 Still in the division race, but pitching is a bit rough
20 Honolulu  58 63 25 Pitching has improved, and a very nice offense here
21 Kansas City  58 63 15 Although improved, pitching remains an issue here
22 Charlotte  55 66 19 Pitching took a hit since the last rankings, as did the win total
23 New York  50 71 30 Over .500 since the last rankings, coming around
24 Texas 52 69 23 Numbers are mediocre across the board, but not bad
25 Burlington  54 67 18 Offense has fallen off since the last rankings
26 Syracuse  50 71 27 Have really struggled as of late, especially with pitching
27 Florida  52 69 26 Good offense, but could use a few more quality arms
28 Austin  51 70 22 Major fall off across the board since last rankings
29 Seattle  49 72 31 Pitching has stepped it up, but could use more offense
30 Jacksonville 42 79 32 New ownership is starting to right the ship
31 Colorado  36 85 28 Pitching staff has started a relocation petition
32 Philadelphia 43 78 29 Rough going lately, fall off across the board

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