Rank 'Em: MLB Power Rankings Top 5

April 28, 2014

The Braves are dominating the NL East with timely hitting and excellent pitching. Freddie Freeman's clutch hit gave Atlanta an extra-inning win against the Reds on Sunday. Still, they got there only because of their exceptional hurlers -- they've given up only 58 runs on the season, a full 20 runs fewer than the next-best rotation. Are they the best team in baseball? Rank your top five or more below!

MLB Power Rankings Top 5

Angels

Angels

11-13

Astros

Astros

9-17

Athletics

Athletics

15-10

Blue Jays

Blue Jays

12-13

Braves

Braves

17-7

Brewers

Brewers

18-7

Cardinals

Cardinals

14-12

Cubs

Cubs

8-16

D-backs

D-backs

8-20

Dodgers

Dodgers

14-12

Giants

Giants

15-10

Indians

Indians

11-14

Mariners

Mariners

10-14

Marlins

Marlins

11-14

Mets

Mets

14-11

Nationals

Nationals

14-12

Orioles

Orioles

12-12

Padres

Padres

12-14

Phillies

Phillies

13-12

Pirates

Pirates

10-16

Rangers

Rangers

15-10

Rays

Rays

11-14

Reds

Reds

11-14

Red Sox

Red Sox

12-14

Rockies

Rockies

14-12

Royals

Royals

12-12

Tigers

Tigers

12-9

Twins

Twins

12-11

White Sox

White Sox

13-13

Yankees

Yankees

15-10

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