MLB Power Rankings

By James Mastrucci
Jul. 24, 2017

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Robert Hanashiro-USA TODAY Sports

Another week goes by and another week the Dodgers are on top of the Power Rankings. They seem to be unstoppable Let's take a look at the Power Rankings.

1. Los Angeles Dodgers

2. Houston Astros

3. Washington Nationals

4. Colorado Rockies

5. Arizona Diamondbacks

6. Boston Red Sox

7. Cleveland Indians

8. New York Yankees

9. Tampa Bay Rays

10. Milwaukee Brewers

11. Kansas City Royals

12. Minnesota Twins

13. Pittsburgh Pirates

14. Chicago Cubs

15. Atlanta Braves

16. Baltimore Orioles

17. Los Angeles Angels

18. Seattle Mariners

19. St. Louis Cardinals

20. Texas Rangers

21. New York Mets

22. Detroit Tigers

23. Miami Marlins

24. Toronto Blue Jays

25. Oakland Athletics

26. San Diego Padres

27. Chicago White Sox

28.Cincinnati Reds

29. San Francisco Giants

30. Philadelphia Phillies

Notes about the Power Rankings:

The Dodgers and Astros have been unstoppable all season long. It is no surprise they remain at the top of the Power Rankings. The Rockies and Diamondbacks have also been very impressive this season.

The Indians appeared to be in a free-fall until the weekend series against the Blue Jays. The return of Danny Salazar and the offense producing keeps the Tribe in the Top 10.

The Brewers have been slipping, but are still number 10 in the Power Rankings. They are still a better team than the surging Cubs even though they are currently tied in the National League Central.

The Tigers finally sold off one of their assets in J.D. Martinez. He is the first to go in what should be a complete teardown of the team.

The Padres, White Sox, Reds, Giants and Phillies continue to round out the bottom five of the Power Rankings.

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