MLB Power Rankings – Offseason Edition

As Spring Training slowly but surely inches closer and closer, the offseason is starting to heat up. It was one of the slowest yet, and many big named free agents have yet to sign including Yu Darvish, JD Martinez, Jake Arrieta, Eric Hosmer and more. Still, teams are preparing for the start of the year, with pitchers and catchers reporting in 23 days. With around a month until the first Cactus and Grapefruit league games, here are my MLB Power Rankings.

  1. Houston Astros
  2. New York Yankees
  3. Los Angeles Dodgers
  4. Cleveland Indians
  5. Chicago Cubs
  6. Washington Nationals
  7. Boston Redsox
  8. Arizona Diamondbacks
  9. Los Angeles Angles
  10. St Louis Cardinals
  11. Milwaukee Brewers
  12. Colorado Rockies
  13. Seattle Mariners
  14. Minnesota Twins
  15. Texas Rangers
  16. New York Mets
  17. Toronto Blue Jays
  18. San Francisco Giants
  19. Philadelphia Phillies
  20. Baltimore Orioles
  21. Tampa Bay Rays
  22. Chicago White Sox
  23. Atlanta Braves
  24. Oakland Athletics
  25. Pittsburgh Pirates
  26. Cincinnati Reds
  27. Kansas City Royals
  28. San Diego Padres
  29. Detroit Tigers
  30. Miami Marlins

Tier 1 – WS Contenders – Astros, Yankees, Dodgers

Tier 2 – WS Hopefuls – Indians, Cubs, Nationals, Redsox

Tier 3 – WS Longshots – Diamondbacks, Angels

Tier 4 – Fighting for Playoffs – St Louis Cardinals, Milwaukee Brewers, Colorado Rockies, Seattle Mariners, Minnesota Twins

Tier 5 – Playoff Hopefuls – Texas Rangers, New York Mets, Toronto Blue Jays, San Francisco Giants

Tier 6 – Better Luck Next Year – Philadelphia Phillies, Baltimore Orioles, Tampa Bay Rays , Chicago White Sox, Atlanta Braves

Tier 7 – Under a Rebuild – Oakland Athletics, Pittsburgh Pirates, Cincinnati Reds, Kansas City Royals, San Diego Padres, Detroit Tigers, Miami Marlins



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