Season 22 – Quarter Two – Power Rankings

The big movers during the second quarter of season 22 were Scottsdale, who jumped up 18 spots into the top 10, and Minnesota, who fell all the way from number 9 to 23.  It shouldn’t be surprising to see Los Angeles at the bottom of the rankings. Hopefully we get a new owner in there soon and sort that mess out.

Vin Scully Power Rankings

1. Hartford – 41.1 – NC

2. Seattle – 36.2 – NC

3. Little Rock – 33.2 – +5

4. Salem – 27.2 – -1

5. Colorado – 26.4 – +2

6. Jacksonville – 25.2 – NC

7. Richmond – 25.1 – -3

8. Scottsdale – 24.8 – +18

9. Trenton – 24.4 – +3

10. Louisville – 24.3 – +6

11.  Austin – 24.1 – -6

12. New Orleans – 24.1 – -1

13. New York – 23.9 – +4

14. Atlanta – 23.7 – +7

15. Washington – 23.6 – -5

16. Tacoma – 23.1 – -3

17. Honolulu – 22.5 – +1

18. Oklahoma City – 22.4 – -3

19. Florida – 21.5 – -5

20. Chicago – 21.5 – NC

21. New Britain – 21.1 – +6

22. Memphis – 21.0 – +7

23. Minnesota – 19.7 – -14

24. Detroit – 19.2 – -1

25. Toronto – 18 – -1

26. Anaheim – 17.6 – -7

27. Dover – 15.8 – +4

28. Cleveland – 15.6 – -6

29. Tucson – 14.4 – -4

30. San Francisco – 12.7 – -2

31. Buffalo – 12.1 – +1

32. Los Angeles – -3.4 – -2

WAR is sum of both pitcher and batter WAR. Check out the breakdown by each category here. Total column is sum of WAR B and P. wRAA, FRAA, and wSB are based on league average.

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