Rank 'Em: MLB Power Rankings Top 5

July 14, 2014

The first half of MLB's 2014 regular season is in the books, and it seems like the A's are the team to beat. They lead all of baseball with a 59-36 record and have a run differential 56 runs better than the next-best team, which just happens to be the Angels, who are 1½ games behind them in the American League West. Where do they rank among baseball's best teams?

MLB Power Rankings Top 5

Angels

Angels

57-37

Astros

Astros

40-56

Athletics

Athletics

59-36

Blue Jays

Blue Jays

49-47

Braves

Braves

52-43

Brewers

Brewers

53-43

Cardinals

Cardinals

52-44

Cubs

Cubs

40-54

D-backs

D-backs

40-56

Dodgers

Dodgers

54-43

Giants

Giants

52-43

Indians

Indians

47-47

Mariners

Mariners

51-44

Marlins

Marlins

44-50

Mets

Mets

45-50

Nationals

Nationals

51-42

Orioles

Orioles

52-42

Padres

Padres

41-54

Phillies

Phillies

42-53

Pirates

Pirates

49-46

Rangers

Rangers

38-57

Rays

Rays

44-53

Reds

Reds

51-44

Red Sox

Red Sox

43-52

Rockies

Rockies

40-55

Royals

Royals

48-46

Tigers

Tigers

53-38

Twins

Twins

44-50

White Sox

White Sox

45-51

Yankees

Yankees

47-47

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