It's still early, but there are a lot of expectations being reconsidered in Major League Baseball this week. The Angels and Dodgers were supposed to be good. The Red Sox and Rockies were supposed to be bad. The Rangers were supposed to fall flat after losing Josh Hamilton. None of these things have come true -- at least not yet. Are these teams as good (or bad) as their records indicate? Click the logos below to submit your rankings!

Records through April 21, 2013.

Rank: Major League Baseball's top 5 teams

Angels

Angels

Record: 7-10

Astros

Astros

Record: 5-13

Athletics

Athletics

Record: 12-7

Blue Jays

Blue Jays

Record: 8-11

Braves

Braves

Record: 13-5

Brewers

Brewers

Record: 9-8

Cardinals

Cardinals

Record: 10-8

Cubs

Cubs

Record: 5-12

D-backs

D-backs

Record: 10-8

Dodgers

Dodgers

Record: 8-10

Giants

Giants

Record: 12-7

Indians

Indians

Record: 7-10

Mariners

Mariners

Record: 7-13

Marlins

Marlins

Record: 4-15

Mets

Mets

Record: 9-8

Nationals

Nationals

Record: 10-8

Orioles

Orioles

Record: 10-8

Padres

Padres

Record: 5-13

Phillies

Phillies

Record: 8-11

Pirates

Pirates

Record:10-8

Rangers

Rangers

Record: 12-6

Rays

Rays

Record: 8-10

Reds

Reds

Record: 11-8

Red Sox

Red Sox

Record: 12-6

Rockies

Rockies

Record: 13-5

Royals

Royals

Record: 10-7

Tigers

Tigers

Record: 9-9

Twins

Twins

Record: 8-7

White Sox

White Sox

Record: 7-11

Yankees

Yankees

Record: 10-7

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