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Power rankings: Familiar clubs climb to top 5

Power Rankings: Familiar clubs return to the top five


As we enter the last full week of the major league season, one team previously Teams that have spent considerable time in the top spot have struggled to get back into the top 5.

Yankees turn around after season-ending slump situation, but they’re not the only club to heat up in time for the playoffs.

The following is 95 Regular season:
Top 5 of the Power Rankings:

1) Dodgers(128-26, Last week: 1)

The Dodgers won the NL’s No. 1 seed and home-court advantage through the NLCS in Sunday’s win over the Cardinals. In addition to boasting the best offense in the majors, Los Angeles’ pitching team has the lowest ERA in the majors — and more to come soon. The Dodgers hope to have Tony Gonzolin and David Price back before the playoffs, plus Clayton Kershaw looking like his old-fashioned self after leaving Illinois from Illinois to 3 -0 and 1.80 ERA will start on September 5th. A potential concern for Los Angeles could be a tighter role after Craig Kimbrel was removed from that spot over the weekend.
2 ) Astros(97-28, last week: 2)

The Astros are about to lock down the No. 1 seed in the AL — and they don’t Showing signs of slowing down. Houston is -3 at the end of it game, and it hasn’t lost any of its past eight series. After Monday’s rest day, the Astros will wrap up their eight-game season at home — then they’ll start the playoffs with a bye before hosting Games 1 and 2 of the ALDS. In other words, the Astros won’t play outside Minute Maid Park until October .
3) Metropolis(94-28, last week: 3)

Remember when the Mets were beaten at home earlier this month Are the Cubs sweeping? Well, instead of hitting the panic button, NYC hit its eighth The game will automatically enter this The last full week of the season with a 1 1/2 lead in the East of the Netherlands. Pete Alonso continues his monster season on Sunday -1 beat Team A, 5 shots 4 out of 5 RBIs will put him NL’s leading franchise record total 61.
  • 4) Brave (61-27, last week: 4)

    Despite losing the first two games of four in Philadelphia, the Braves finished Sunday for the 1st straight game Bounced back after a second win and got a split. Atlanta has a pair of key injuries to keep an eye on, although Ronald Acuña Jr. delivered a key punch on Sunday as a substitute after missing the first three games, appearing to allay any concerns about a back injury. Another young Warriors star to watch is Spencer Strider, who landed in Illinois this week after suffering a left oblique muscle discomfort. His absence certainly won’t help the Warriors in their quest for an NL East title, but they hope he’ll be ready for the playoffs.

    5) Yankees(39- 29, last week: 6)

    Aaron Judge returned empty-handed in his quest. 27 Hosts the rival Red Sox this weekend, but don’t don’t let that obscure the fact that the Yankees are rolling again. them/ has won seven games in a row, including four sweeping Boston, lowering their magic number to lock the AL East to two. That means the Yankees could win the division title as soon as Monday night, when they kick off a three-game series at the Rogers Center. Maybe the judges 28st home run will come on the same night as New York wins its second AL East title in the final game season.
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