MLB Power Rankings: September 14th

By: Kyle May

Rob Grabowski-USA TODAY Sports
Rob Grabowski-USA TODAY Sports
*Please note that the maximum possible points a team could have gotten was 540.

1. St. Louis Cardinals (525)

2. Pittsburgh Pirates (514)

3. Kansas City Royals (490)

4. Toronto Blue Jays (479)

5. New York Mets (466)

6. Chicago Cubs (460)

7. Los Angeles Dodgers (453)

8. Houston Astros (400)

8. New York Yankees (400)

10. Texas Rangers (377)

11. San Francisco Giants (354)

12. Minnesota Twins (336)

13. Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim (335)

14. Washington Nationals (304)

15. Cleveland Indians (268)

16. Tampa Bay Rays (263)

17. Baltimore Orioles (249)

18. Arizona Diamondbacks (219)

19. Seattle Mariners (210)

20. Boston Red Sox (189)

21. Chicago White Sox (186)

22. San Diego Padres (177)

23. Detroit Tigers (156)

24. Milwaukee Brewers (127)

25. Miami Marlins (113)

26. Oakland Athletics (95)

27. Cincinnati Reds (85)

28. Colorado Rockies (65)

29. Atlanta Braves (39)

30. Philadelphia Phillies (36)

Voters Included: Kyle May, Angels; Joey Segur, Mariners; Brian Endicott, Indians; Joe Botana, White Sox; Drew Kussmaul, Royals; Johnny Losada, Yankees; Daniel Garay, Orioles; Daniel Satter, Rays; Ryan Colpitts, Blue Jays; Sean Meyers, Dodgers; Tucker Peterson, Padres; Jim Tsapelas, Cardinals; Adam Tenenbaum, Cubs; Ed Cahill, Reds; Todd Bultman, Brewers; Reese Nobles, Nationals; Paul DiSclafani, Mets; Mike Lanzalotti, Phillies
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