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MLB Power Rankings for the week of June 10, 2024

MLB Power Rankings for the week of June 10, 2024

The MLB season is underway, and with the season in full swing, we are here to help you determine who is good and bad. Teams will fall and rise throughout the season based on injuries, trades, acquisitions, and overall performance. The bad teams are sometimes easier to spot than the good teams, but the cream of the crop usually rises to the top by the season’s end. Here are the MLB power rankings for the week of June 10, 2024.

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MLB Power Rankings






New York Yankees

(previously: 1)

46-21 The Yankees and Phillies are the best two teams in the league right now, and it is a razor-thin margin between them. Juan Soto dodged a major injury as he dealt with inflammation in his forearm. Gerrit Cole did a rehab start on Sunday and will require one more before he is ready. 
2 Philadelphia Phillies

(previously: 2)

45-20 The Phillies split the series in London with the Mets, but Bryce Harper had a great weekend to continue his stellar streak. They are closing in on the Yankees for best team ERA at 2.93. 
3 Los Angeles Dodgers

(previously: 4)

41-26 Teoscar Hernandez had a weekend in the Bronx, hitting three home runs with nine RBIs. The Dodgers took two out of three against the Soto-less Yankees. 
4 Baltimore Orioles

(previously: 5)

42-22 Anthony Santander is on an absolute tear right now, with five home runs in June with a .314 batting average. Adley Rutschman is also batting .359 in June. The O’s play Atlanta and Philadelphia at home this week, two big series heading into a trip to the Bronx next week. 
5 Cleveland Guardians

(previously: 3)

42-22 The Guardians are positioning themselves well to make a deep run this postseason. They have a +90 run differential and a four-game lead over the Royals in the division. 
6 Kansas City Royals

(previously: 7)

39-27 Bobby Witt Jr. is on a different level this season. He is batting .320 with 11 home runs and 47 RBIs. The Royals have a four-game series with the Yankees this week, followed by a three-game series with the Dodgers. 
7 Milwaukee Brewers

(previously: 6)

38-27 The Brewers have a 6.5-game lead over the Reds, Cubs, and Cardinals in the NL Central. They are 20-17 on the road this season, which is top-five in the league. 
8 Atlanta Braves

(previously: 8)

35-28 Losing Ronald Acuna Jr. is a massive blow to this team, which is no surprise. They have fallen to 13th in team batting average (.244) and have gone 2-6 against the Nationals since May 26. 
9 Seattle Mariners

(previously: 10)

37-30 The Mariners are in a much better spot than when they started the season, but they are still struggling to hit the ball. They have the 28th-best batting average (.222) but the seventh-best ERA (3.55).
10 Minnesota Twins

(previously: 9)

34-31 The Twins got swept by the Yankees and lost two out of three to the Pirates, and it took extra innings to avoid the sweep. Luckily, they have three games against the Rockies and four against the A’s this week. 
11 San Diego Padres

(previously: 11)

34-35 There are very few teams with a winning record this season, so being one game below .500 is not a dire situation. They are eight games back of the Dodgers in the division but own a wild card spot. 
12 Boston Red Sox

(previously: 12)

33-33 Jarren Duran hit his 10th triple of the season, which is impressive before the halfway mark. They are 12.5 games back in the division, which is a two-horse race between the Yankees and Orioles. 
13 San Francisco Giants

(previously: 13)

32-34 The middle of this list is closer than the rankings, but they must be ordered in some fashion. Numbers 11 through 24 are in a similar boat, hovering around .500. The Giants play the Astros and Angels this week. 
14 Detroit Tigers

(previously: 17)

32-33 Tarik Skubal is pitching lights out this season and is the favorite to win the AL Cy Young Award. He has a 1.92 ERA, an 8-1 record and 96 strikeouts. 
15 Texas Rangers

(previously: 14)

31-34 Corey Seager has not played Wednesday as he is dealing with a hamstring injury, and the offense has struggled without him. Max Scherzer threw a rehab assignment on Sunday, and Jacob deGrom will throw his first bullpen session at the end of this week. 
16 Cincinnati Reds

(previously: 24)

32-34 The Reds are 8-2 in their last 10 games and are showing how good they are. I’ve written multiple times that they are inconsistent, but if they keep up this pace, they will be comfortably in the playoffs in the weak NL. 
17 Houston Astros

(previously: 19)

30-36 Alex Bregman is batting .237 this season but .385 since the beginning of June. The Astros could turn their season around if he starts playing at a high level again. 
18 Toronto Blue Jays

(previously: 20)

32-33 The Blue Jays are among the better teams near .500 but have little chance of playing in the postseason because of their division. They are two games back of the last wild card spot but have many games against the Yankees, Orioles, and Red Sox remaining. 
19 Chicago Cubs

(previously: 16)

32-34 The Cubs have been struggling lately, going 2-5 against the Reds since May 31. They play the Rays and Cardinals this week and must turn things around to stay in a good position for the wild card. 
20 Pittsburgh Pirates

(previously: 23)

31-34 The Pirates are last in the division but are 6-4 in their previous 10. They are not playing bad baseball right now and could get into the playoffs if they start hitting the ball because their pitching staff is rounding into form. 
21 St. Louis Cardinals

(previously: 15)

31-33 The stars for the Cardinals continue to be the story, and not for good reasons. Nolan Arenado and Paul Goldschmidt are not hitting for power, and Sonny Gray has a 3.21 ERA after allowing three earned runs in 4.2 innings against the Rockies last week. 
22 Arizona Diamondbacks

(previously: 21)

31-35 Corbin Carroll is only batting .204 this season, which needs to change if the Diamondbacks are going to return to postseason baseball. 
23 Tampa Bay Rays

(previously: 18)

31-34 The Rays face the same problem as the Blue Jays. They have too many games against the O’s and Yankees to have a high chance of making the postseason. 
24 Washington Nationals

(previously: 22)

30-35 The Nationals are only 1.5 games back of the last wild card spot and could be the dark horse to make the postseason. Everyone is counting them out, but 6-2 against the Braves since May 27. 
25 New York Mets

(previously: 25)

28-36 The Mets are still in the mix to make the playoffs but are not playing inspiring baseball. Maybe winning one against the Phillies in London is enough to get things rolling. 
26 Oakland Athletics

(previously: 26)

26-41 The chances of making the playoffs for the A’s are slim in the AL. If they were in the NL, maybe there is a chance, but unfortunately not. 
27 Los Angeles Angels

(previously: 27)

25-40 The real question with the Angels is when is Mike Trout returning? The answer is not soon, and I do not blame him. 
28 Colorado Rockies

(previously: 29)

23-42 The Rockies have jumped the Marlins, but it may not be long. They play the Twins and Pirates this week. 
29 Miami Marlins

(previously: 28)

22-43 The Marlins play the Mets this week and could find another series win if they can score some runs. 
30 Chicago White Sox

(previously: 30)

17-49 The White Sox are barely worth mentioning, and they are now 5-26 on the road, so consider fading them. 


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