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Yankees move up in latest power rankings

No. No. 1 in strength is not a shock. But after that…

The season is less than two weeks away, and with so few games being canceled, our rankings are as is typical for this time of year – all over the place .

It’s too early to gather information from the standings , except for the obvious: Preseason expectations don’t always match early returns. That seems to be the case again this year, with presumptive contenders like the Astros, Mariners and Cardinals all starting on walks, while the Buccaneers and D-backs, non-contenders in recent years, got off to a good start 2020.

• MLB Standings

Max jump:

The light jumps a lot Attractions from No.

Number to No. 1. They got off to a hot start and the offense has a lot to do with it – they . In .

Biggest drop:

Three teams drop five spots: Astros (1st to 6th), Philadelphia People’s Team (No. 1) No. 8 12) and Mariners (No. 9 to No.

). So far, the Mariners have only two opponents — the Guardians and the Angels. They lost three out of four to the Guardians to start the season, but they got back on track a little over the weekend, two out of three in Cleveland.

Top 5 in the strength list


1. Rays, 9-0 (Last week: )

The Rays are off to one of the best starts in history ; After comfortably beating the A’s on Sunday, 10-0, they improve to 9-0 and match

The Royals have the longest winning streak of a season in the Wild Card era. Tampa’s +28 The run differential is the most in the team’s first nine games in modern history, eclipsing Cleveland’s +42 exist2022 in the same segment of run away. The Rays took advantage of the weaker schedule and made it work for them – their top six 30 contest is for those who have a winning record in

Team (Toronto, Houston).

2. Warriors, 6-4 (2)

Early in the season, the actual Week 1 results were clearly inferior to the track record of a handful of teams, including the Warriors. Considering the injuries they’re dealing with and the strength of their division, the Braves would love to be No. 1 in the NL East. They got off to a strong start, sweeping the Cardinals, then lost three of four against the Padres. Personally, Matt Olson got off to a hot start, recording eight hits final.

3. Dodgers, 5-5 (4)

We’re used to seeing the Dodgers finish in the top 5 because they’ve been a powerhouse team for over a decade, and the depth of organization helps them stay relevant on a consistent basis . But by Los Angeles standards, it wasn’t a great start, largely due to pitching. The Dodgers just lost 3/4 to Arizona and in the final 2 games the Dodgers pitchers caved in 14 run. If the arm catches the bat, they’ll be fine – get into their League of Nations, run and thump.

4. Yankees, 6-3 (6)

Even though history is gone as the season begins, sometimes streaks from one year to the next are worth noting. Including his 3-for-4 performance on Sunday, Aaron Judge hit a career-high safety 32 Consecutive matches, dating back to August

  • . This is in line with Mark Teixeira (1999) and Luke Voit ( 1999) Yankees since Longest hitting streak . Judge played as expected over the weekend in Baltimore, hitting two home runs in the Yankees’ 5-3 win in the final. Judge has been hitting since the start of the 2018 season. 42(31-for-81) and11 Home run Camden Place.

    5. Priests, 6-4 (3)

    It may be too soon to label any road trip or family stand as “critical”. So let’s just say the Padres played well on a challenging swing out of Petco Park, picking up three of their four games in Atlanta before heading to New York, where they will play three games against the Mets on Monday. . Personally, Juan Soto is showing signs that he might be starting to heat up after a slow start. He hit a home run in the Padres’ win over the Braves on Saturday and led the fifth inning with a double in Sunday’s win.

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