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Power Rankings: Can the twins pass AL elite to reach No. 1?



The more the twins stop winning, the more they get their guilt. After spending two weeks at 5, this week, they have risen to No. 2 based on two first votes. Thus, Minnesota has emerged as the latest threat to Astros, our ruling No. 1 over the past two weeks, and the only team to be No. 1 since the opening day so far in addition to the Dodgers – one of the clubs Twins jumped to reach their highest point yet.

Although the Twins & # 39; winnings were the most important at the top of our rankings, they didn't make the biggest leap. This honor goes to the Oakland Aries, after they rescued their current nine-game winning streak to raise eight slots up to No. 11. While the Indians dropped from MLB's top 10 in our vote this week, Braves was on their way to take their place.

Of course, not everyone gets to improve. The biggest decline was a bit of the angels, our latest up-and-down team. Last week they moved six seats to No. 1

4, only to tumble this week to No. 21 after having suffered 2-4 weeks in the match against Twins and Rangers. With their pitching staff in disarray, is somewhere in the bottom 20, Mike Trout's destiny fate?

In week 8, our panel of voters was composed of Bradford Doolittle, Christina Kahrl, Eric Karabell, Tim Kurkjian and David Schoenfield.

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2019 record: 35-19

Week 7 ranking: ]] 1

Astros has the depth to survive an injury or two, even to a star player. Nevertheless, it was welcome news that George Springer's hamstring injury apparently has not been as bad as originally feared. While jumping out, Houston should welcome Jose Altuve back to the lineup. Altuve went straight to a rehab stint. Meanwhile, Houston continues to punish fools with their arms and their bats. Can you imagine how this club will look if we hit a point where everyone is healthy and productive at the same time? – Bradford Doolittle

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: 36-16

Week 7 ranking: 5

After reaching an eight-home game in the past 55 seasons, Gemini have done it twice already in 2019. Before June! Everyone is talking about the impressive offense, but Minnesota's pitching has surprised. Jose Berrios was a given; lefty Martin Perez, into the season with a 4.63 career ERA, was not. With a new and dominant cutter he throws a third of the time, Perez is 7-1 with a 2.98 ERA. – Eric Karabell

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2019 record : 35-18

Week 7 ranking: 2

Cody Bellinger leads NL in WAR, Alex Verdugo leads all NL rookies in WAR, and Hyun-jin Ryu leads NL in ERA and wins. No team has ever swept all three off-season prices. Could the dodgers be the first? Sam Miller

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2019 record: 18

Week 7 ranking: 4

Under their seven- match winning strike – which was beaten Sunday – scored Yankees at least six races in each game and averaged 8.5. Meanwhile, only two-thirds of their injuries updates this week were bad news that feels a bit like progress. – Miller

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2019 record: 30-21

Week 7 ranking: 3

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] Here is a category that is exponentially more important for NL teams than AL: Benchning. Cubs had 133 record recordings of players from the bench this season through Saturday. Only one of them has resulted in a home run, hit by Albert Almora Jr. April 25th. Phillies is the only other NL team with one or fewer homers from the bench; every other team has at least three. It reminds you of Tommy La Stella, who was Joe Madden's top bench seat in the last couple of years. Now with the angels, La Stella has hit 12 of his 22 career homelands in the first two months of this season. Doolittle

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2019 record: 31-19

Week 7 ranking: 6

Not that we should have doubted it, but Tampa Bay's pitching staff is too genuine. After leading the majesties with a 2.95 employee ERA in March / April, Ray's pitchers have followed with a 2.99 mark in May. It's third in the majors of the month, then just for the twins and dodgers. Good, deep and consistent? It's a regular feature for a postseason-worthy pitching staff. Doolittle

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: 28-25

Week 7 ranking: 8

Rafael Devers begins to live up to his billing as a breakout candidate after a bit of a slow start, at least in the power department. In 20 games since May 3, when Devers hit his first home run of the season, he has an oblique line at .375 / .415 / .682, with six doubles, seven homers, 20 runs scored and 20 RBIs. During that time, he has raised his OPS for the season from .748 to .901. – Steve Richards

2019 record: 31-22

Week 7 ranking: 9

] Bullpen – and manager Gabe Kapler's unorthodox handling of it – continues to make headlines. Right-handed Hector Neris seems safe and reliable, and leftist Adam Morgan has done well, but sense the most expensive and damaged bullpen pieces (David Robertson, Tommy Hunter), others have undergone, and the depth has suffered. Look for Phillies to be on the market for reinforcements. – Karabell




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