Power Rankings (120 games)

1. (1.)

NewOrleans

83-37

Remain at number 1 despite the big injury.  They have enough depth to stay title contenders.

2. (4.)

Vancouver

82-38

Still top dogs in the AL by a margin.  Don’t see that changing any time soon.

3. (2.)

Minnesota

74-46

Continuing to dominate every team they play.  Have worked themselves up to a tie for the 2 seed in the NL.

4. (11.)

KansasCity

73-47

Kansas City is finally in form and are showing it.  Perhaps they can still threaten Vancouver after all.

5. (8.)

Charlotte

71-49

Playing very well lately.  If they are unable to catch New Orleans, they will be a very deadly 5 seed.

6. (3.)

Salem

74-46

Struggles all around of late in Salem.  Their first half gave them enough of a lead to make the playoffs but there’s concern.

7. (13.)

Hartford

68-52

Another team that will likely be a very dangerous 5 or 6 seed.  Hartford is certainly performing recently.

8. (6.)

Richmond

69-51

Running away with the division.  They could surprise someone come playoff time.

9. (15.)

Atlanta

68-52

They remain in a tight division battle.  Unless something changes, they will likely be pushed all the way to the end.

10. (12.)

Colorado

69-51

Playing more so like the team we saw at the beginning.  Colorado is back in action and still hunting for the division.

11. (5.)

Philadelphia

68-52

Playing better of late, they still have a ways to go before they lock up the East.

12. (9.)

Fargo

65-55

Hanging in there.  Some call ups could help them stay in the chase.

13. (7.)

Louisville

65-55

Not too far back on Philly.  However if they can’t catch them, they currently hold the 6 seed.

14. (10.)

LittleRock

63-57

Nothing impossible, but their hopes of reaching the post season are getting slim.

15. (17.)

Rochester

65-55

Still fighting for the division title.  It will likely be their only way into the playoffs.

16. (16.)

SanFrancisco

60-60

Up and down they go.  Its anybody’s guess if they can pull it together down the stretch.

17. (23.)

Trenton

59-61

Improving.  Can they keep it up and pull off a miracle? We’ll see.

18. (14.)

Helena

59-61

Still playing well, however it likely won’t be enough to keep them in the chase.

19. (18.)

NewBritain

59-61

Low on this list, but still have a shot.  New Britain could fight their way back.

20. (32.)

Anaheim

55-65

Quite a change since we last saw them.  Only 10 back of the 6 seed now so it could happen.

21. (20.)

Boise

57-63

Struggles continue in Boise.  Next season should be better.

22. (21.)

Augusta

56-64

The future shows bright things in Maine.

23. (19.)

SanAntonio

52-68

Lost grasp of the division race, it will be a slow rest of the year.

24. (22.)

Arizona

49-71

They will keep playing with signs of good things on the horizon.

25. (28.)

Columbus

48-72

They can’t seem to win.  Especially not in extra innings…

26. (25.)

Cincinnati

51-69

Will have to play the role of spoiler at the end when they come across Rochester and Atlanta.

27. (26.)

Chicago_1

47-73

666 runs scored for Chicago.  Another curse is about to break out.

28. (29.)

SanJuan

45-75

Much like Cincy, they’ll have the pleasure of making or breaking a season at the end.

29. (31.)

TampaBay

45-75

Life in Tampa Bay is warm, but that’s only so nice when the team continues to struggle.

30. (24.)

SantaFe

43-77

The offense keeps pounding.  When they find some pitching, they’ll be good.

31. (27.)

LasVegas

39-81

Unfortunately they don’t get the blessing of being #32.  Maybe next time.

32. (30.)

Houston

39-81

Watch out for Houston, they’re ranked last which only means good things ahead.

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