MLB Power Rankings: August 27th to September 2nd

Admittedly so, this is the calm before the storm. A lot is going to change at the end of this week with September baseball officially getting underway. We saw last year two teams (Braves and Red Sox) take huge leads into the ninth month of the year, only to blow the leads and not play anything in October.

We’re going to save the major analysis for next week when rosters expand and the outlook of teams will be different. For now, here are your 30 teams in the MLB, from #1 to #30…

1. Washington Nationals (+0, 77-50, 1st in NL East)

2. Cincinnati Reds (+0, 77-52, 1st in NL Central)

3. Texas Rangers (+1, 75-52, 1st in AL West)

4. New York Yankees (-1, 74-53, 1st in AL East)

5. Atlanta Braves (+0, 73-55, 2nd in NL East)

6. Chicago White Sox (+3, 71-55, 1st in AL Central)

7. San Francisco Giants (+4, 71-57, 1st in NL West)

8. Tampa Bay Rays (-2, 70-57, 2nd in AL East)

9. St. Louis Cardinals (+4, 70-57, 2nd in NL Central)

10. Oakland A’s (+2, 69-57, 2nd in AL West)

11. Baltimore Orioles (-1, 69-57, 3rd in AL East)

12. Los Angeles Dodgers (-4, 69-59, 2nd in NL West)

13. Detroit Tigers (+1, 69-58, 2nd in AL Central)

14. Pittsburgh Pirates (-7, 68-59, 3rd in NL Central)

15. Los Angeles Angels (+1, 66-62, 3rd in AL West)

16. Arizona Diamondbacks (-1, 64-64, 3rd in NL West)

17. Philadelphia Phillies (+4, 61-67, 3rd in NL East)

18. Seattle Mariners (+1, 61-67, 4th in AL West)

19. Boston Red Sox (-2, 61-67, 4th in AL East)

20. Milwaukee Brewers (+4, 59-67, 4th in NL Central)

21. San Diego Padres (+5, 59-70, 4th in NL West)

22. New York Mets (-2, 59-69, 4th in NL East)

23. Miami Marlins (-1, 58-71, 5th in NL East)

24. Kansas City Royals (-1, 56-70, 3rd in AL Central)

25. Toronto Blue Jays (-7, 56-70, 5th in AL East)

26. Cleveland Indians (-1, 55-72, 4th in AL Central)

27. Minnesota Twins (+0, 52-75, 5th in AL Central)

28. Colorado Rockies (+1, 51-75, 5th in NL West)

29. Chicago Cubs (-1, 49-77, 5th in NL Central)

30. Houston Astros (+0, 40-88, 6th in NL Central)

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