MLB Power Rankings: May 1st

Photo Via MLBTR
Photo Via MLBTR
*Please note that the maximum possible points a team could have gotten was 600.
  1. Chicago Cubs (595)
  2. Washington Nationals (567)
  3. New York Mets (544)
  4. Chicago White Sox (539)
  5. Pittsburgh Pirates (500)
  6. Baltimore Orioles (483)
  7. St. Louis Cardinals (480)
  8. Kansas City Royals (458)
  9. Boston Red Sox (438)
  10. Los Angeles Dodgers (424)
  11. Texas Rangers (409)
  12. San Francisco Giants (354)
  13. Detroit Tigers (340)
  14. Philadelphia Phillies (337)
  15. Seattle Mariners (320)
  16. Cleveland Indians (293)
  17. Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim (281)
  18. Arizona Diamondbacks (262)
  19. Oakland Athletics (246)
  20. Toronto Blue Jays (235)
  21. Miami Marlins (228)
  22. Tampa Bay Rays (194)
  23. New York Yankees (172)
  24. Houston Astros (123)
  25. Colorado Rockies (110)
  26. Cincinnati Reds (108)
  27. Milwaukee Brewers (98)
  28. Minnesota Twins (82)
  29. San Diego Padres (56)
  30. Atlanta Braves (24)
 
Voters Included: Kyle May, Angels; Chris Williams, Athletics; Chris Jackson, Rangers; Joey Segur, Mariners; Brian Endicott, Indians; Joe Botana, White Sox; Jon Van Pelt, Royals; James Scott, Yankees; Daniel Satter, Rays; Ryan Colpitts, Blue Jays; Gerry Schwartzmeyer, Dodgers; Jake Kucheck, Giants; Tucker Peterson, Padres; Jason Mumm, Rockies; Luis Roman, Diamondbacks; Jim Tsapelas, Cardinals; Adam Tenenbaum, Cubs; Tim Jordan, Nationals; Paul DiSclafani, Mets; Mike Lanzalotti, Phillies
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2 thoughts on “MLB Power Rankings: May 1st

  1. Does this take strength of schedule into account? Cubs have played in 8 series, 5 of which were against teams that lost 90 games last year!!!!!

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