Power Rankings 2/23

Hey, what is up, Ball boys and girls? I hope you are doing super well; I decided that every Tuesday, I will start putting out my power rankings with the Podcast, cause why not? Power Rankings are ranking all 30 teams based on the roster's state and how the team is doing overall. These have their spot on the website, which you can find here. I will explain changes as to why they dropped or went up as well.

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  1. Dodgers

  2. Padres

  3. Braves +2 (The best team in the NL East by far)

  4. Athletics +4 (The best pen, the best system in baseball)

  5. White Sox -1 ( Championship or bust for the Chi Sox)

  6. Mets -3 (I love the rotation, the Walker addition, I need to see how the pen shakes out and how Alonso looks in spring.)

  7. Nationals +2 (The offense, rotation, and pen are looking similar to 2019)

  8. Twins -2 (While I like the Twins, I don't think they have enough offensively)

  9. Yankees -2 (Frazier will start in left, Gardner may get time still, let's see how healthy Stanton and Judge are)

  10. Cardinals +2 (The deeper I look at this team, the excitement keeps building. The NL Central belongs to the Cardinals)

  11. Rays +3 (Kevin Cash is excellent, so far, the reclamation projects look okay.)

  12. Blue Jays -2 (The youth around Springer and inexperience have me worried for a run at the division)

  13. Angels -2 (I can't wait to see what the Angels do on the field with a re-tooled team)

  14. Phillies -1 (The JTR news hurts them as of now)

  15. Astros +2(Great offense, the pitching has me worried, especially 9th duty with no Osuna)

  16. Indians

  17. Cubs -2(Big fan of the upside of the Cubs and new additions. I need to see how the pitching shakes out this spring.)

  18. Mariners +1 (The 6-man rotation with Paxton and company, Haniger looks healthy again, don't sleep on them)

  19. Marlins +1 (There is too much upside to deny on this Marlins team)

  20. Giants -2 (The Yamaguchi signing is a solid one, I need to see how the Giants piece it together on the field.)

  21. Red Sox

  22. Brewers +1 (Better team than the Reds)

  23. Reds -1 (I am not convinced the Red's will be a competitive team in 2021)

  24. Royals +2(The off-season has been kind, I also am a fan of Benintendi coming in to help this team make a strong run at 3rd place in the Central)

  25. Rockies-1

  26. Orioles -1

  27. Tigers

  28. Diamondbacks

  29. Rangers

  30. Pirates

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