2016 MLB Power Rankings
MLB Power Rankings
162 games in the books - here's how it all played out.
30. Minnesota Twins (LW: 30)
At least the new GM will have the first overall pick in next year's draft to work with.
29. Atlanta Braves (LW: 29)
The future is bright. But like 3-4 years future. See you at the bottom next year, Braves.
28. Arizona Diamondbacks (LW: 28)
They certainly didn't wait long to fire everyone.
27. Oakland Athletics (LW: 23)
At least they found out about Ryon Healy this year?
26. Tampa Bay Rays (LW: 26)
This team has said it plans to contend next year - but how?
25. Cincinnati Reds (LW: 25)
The way that game against the Cardinals ended was just so bizarre.
24. Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim (LW: 23)
Will Matt Shoemaker be the next MLBer to wear protective head gear?
23. San Diego Padres (LW: 24)
Is AJ Preller going to have a tough time making deals after the whole Drew Pomeranz situation
22. Philadelphia Phillies (LW 22)
He's gotten his fair share of critiques, but it was nice to see a standing ovation for Ryan Howard.
21. Colorado Rockies (LW: 20)
Turns out the Walt Weiss situation was pretty nasty.
20. Milwaukee Brewers (LW:21)
Of all the rebuilding teams, this one might be the most intriguing.
19. Chicago White Sox (LW: 18)
I guess they're not bringing Robin Ventura back!
18. Miami Marlins (LW: 16)
It was bittersweet seeing all the MLB tributes to Fernandez over the last week.
17. Pittsburgh Pirates (LW: 17)
Offseason goals: starting pitching, starting pitching, starting pitching.
16. Kansas City Royals (LW: 16)
Is Eric Hosmer really on the trading block?
15. New York Yankees (LW: 14)
Gary Sanchez probably deserves AL ROY despite playing in like 4 games.
14. Houston Astros (LW: 15)
This team had quite the sophomore slump, but there's still a lot to be excited about.
13. Seattle Mariners (LW: 13)
So close, Seattle. So close, but so far.
12. St. Louis Cardinals (LW: 12)
It happened! They didn't make the playoffs!
11. Detroit Tigers (LW: 9)
Must have been brutal to lose like they did on the last day of the season.
10. New York Mets (LW: 11)
Must have been even MORE brutal to lose in the first round Wild Card like that.
9. Baltimore Orioles (LW: 8)
It must have been the MOST brutal to lose in the Wild Card game like THAT.
8. San Francisco Giants (LW: 11)
Oh no the even year magic has begun.
7. Toronto Blue Jays (LW: 7)
That Edwin Encarnacion home run was why the one-game Wild Card has to stick around.
6. Texas Rangers (LW: 3)
Coming out that flat in the ALDS at home isn't ideal, Texas.
5. Boston Red Sox (LW: 2)
Can David Price figure out his postseason struggles in time to save this series?
4. Los Angeles Dodgers (LW: 6)
Their series with Washington is arguably the most interesting one of the division series.
3. Washington Nationals (LW 3)
Gio Gonzalez in Game 3 - you scared yet, Nats fans?
2. Cleveland Indians (LW: 5)
Andrew Miller pitching in the 5th inning, be still my beating heart.
1. Chicago Cubs (LW: 1)
Feels like those 103 wins happened a longgggg time ago.