miércoles, 14 de septiembre de 2011

RANKING DEL PODER DE LOS EQUIPOS AL 14 DE SEPTIEMBRE

2011 Power Rankings: September 14
  RK (LW)TEAMRECCOMMENT
Philadelphia Phillies 1 (1)Phillies94-49The Phillies proved their worthiness, winning six of seven games against potential playoff opponents Atlanta and Milwaukee over the past week. -- Bill Baer: Crashburn Alley
New York Yankees 2 (2)Yankees88-57The Yankees hit a bit of a rough patch this week, losing four games in a row to the Orioles (two) and Angels (two), and Jered Weaver and Dan Haren dominated their hitters. But the Yanks maintain a 3.5-game lead over Boston and a seven-game lead over hard-charging Tampa Bay in the AL East. -- Brien Jackson: It's About The Money
Boston Red Sox 3 (3)Red Sox85-61The questions about a thin and injury-prone staff have finally caused the finish to this season to be in question. In the last two weeks, the Red Sox's team ERA stands at 5.92, which is the worst in all of baseball over that time. With Tim Wakefield and John Lackey up next to start, it's going to be hard for the Sox to turn it around quickly. -- Troy Patterson: Fire Brand of the American League
Detroit Tigers 4 (8)Tigers84-62How have the Tigers strung together nine straight wins? For starters, their standard lineup is hitting .339 so far in September, led by Victor Martinez at .361. Meanwhile, setup man Joaquin Benoit hasn't surrendered a run since Aug. 2, a span of 16 2/3 innings. -- Mike McClary: The Daily Fungo
Arizona Diamondbacks 5 (7)Diamondbacks85-62The D-backs aren't just trying to put away the Giants, they are pushing for home-field advantage in the first round of the playoffs. If Milwaukee and Arizona end up with the same record, the D-backs will get the edge, thanks to winning the season series 4-3. -- Tyler Emerick: Snakes on Jefferson
Milwaukee Brewers 6 (4)Brewers86-62The Brewers finished the season 3-3 against the Diamondbacks, 3-4 against the Phillies and 3-5 against the Braves. It's not pretty, but a mark three games under .500 is hardly enough to dismiss the Brewers' chances in the playoffs. A few different bounces and it could be .500 or better. -- Jack Moore: Disciples of Uecker
Atlanta Braves 7 (5)Braves84-63After losing 6-of-8 on the road, the Braves will look to turn things around at home by playing a three-game set against the Marlins before getting a much-needed day off Thursday. -- Kevin Orris: Capitol Avenue Club
Texas Rangers 8 (6)Rangers83-64Since Aug. 1, staff ace C.J. Wilson has posted a 1.99 ERA and a strikeout-to-walk ratio of 53-to-14. -- Joey Matschulat: Baseball Time in Arlington
Tampa Bay Rays9 (9)Rays81-64 Those footsteps you hear on Yawkey Way are coming from Tampa Bay after a weekend sweep of Boston left the Rays -- who are 23-10 since Aug. 8 -- just 3.5 games back in the AL wild-card race. -- Mark Heilig: The Ray Area
Los Angeles Angels 10 (10)Angels80-66With 16 games left and 2.5 back in the AL West, the Angels will get to start Jered Weaver and Dan Haren three more times each, and they have a cupcake schedule until the season-ending series against Texas. Buckle up. -- The Common Man: The Platoon Advantage
St. Louis Cardinals 11 (11)Cardinals79-67After winning five in a row, including a weekend sweep of the Braves, the opossum-like Cardinals are still alive after playing dead for the last month. They're now 4.5 games back in the NL wild-card race and six out in the division. -- Matt Philip: Fungoes
San Francisco Giants 12 (12)Giants76-70The Giants face an 8.5-game deficit in the NL West, making their playoff odds less than half a percent. Given their situation, it makes sense to let the rookies play to see what they have for 2012, especially talented ones like Brandon Belt. So, it was more than a bit odd to see Belt pulled in the sixth inning Sunday for defensive purposes. Hopefully, manager Bruce Bochy doesn't make a habit of this. -- Rory Paap: Bay City Ball
Chicago White Sox 13 (15)White Sox73-72We're rapidly approaching the point at which Gordon Beckham (.230/.292/.327) is a lost cause. It's a shame, as he looked to be one of the best young players in baseball two years ago. -- The Common Man: The Platoon Advantage
Toronto Blue Jays 14 (14)Blue Jays74-73Right-hander Henderson Alvarez, 21, certainly doesn't look out of place in the big leagues. Though his strikeout numbers are low, he doesn't walk anyone and gets copious ground balls. Is he another Tim Hudson or a 2006-07 vintage Roy Halladay in the making? -- Drew Fairservice: Ghostrunner On First
Los Angeles Dodgers 15 (17)Dodgers72-73Dodgers rookie Dee Gordon has 18 steals in his first 40 games, but Sunday in his 159th career plate appearance he drew just his third walk. -- Jon Weisman: Dodger Thoughts
Cleveland Indians 16 (13)Indians72-72A four-game sweep by Detroit pretty much eliminated any hopes that the Tribe would be playing in October. Despite going 2-5 for the week, the Indians are still plugging away. Bright spots were Shelley Duncan, who hit five home runs this week, including two two-homer games, and rookie Lonnie Chisenhall, who hit three home runs, including one two-homer game. -- Susan Petrone: It's Pronounced Lajaway
Cincinnati Reds 17 (16)Reds71-75One year after winning 17 games, Bronson Arroyo tied a dubious club record last week by surrendering his 40th homer of the season (equaling the mark set by the immortal Eric Milton). There is, perhaps, no better symbol of Cincinnati's descent from division champs to also-rans. -- Chad Dotson: Redleg Nation
New York Mets 18 (18)Mets71-75The Mets are second in the National League in batting average (.266) and second in on-base percentage (.334) and they lead the majors in runners left on base (1,133). -- Joe Janish: Mets Today
Colorado Rockies 19 (19)Rockies69-77Rockies fans received a glimmer of hope for 2012 on Sunday; Drew Pomeranz made his major league debut and pitched five innings of two-hit shutout baseball. With a lineup behind Pomeranz that looked more like the Rockies' Double-A affiliate than a major league lineup, the Rockies beat the Reds 4-1 and earned Pomeranz his first major league win. -- Travis Lay: Blake Street Bulletin
Oakland Athletics 20 (21)Athletics66-80After throwing 7 2/3 no-hit innings against Kansas City last week, Guillermo Moscoso now has a 3.35 ERA in 107 innings as a starter this season. Moscoso was projected as the eighth or ninth starter on the A's depth chart in spring training, but he's earned a spot for 2012 with his stellar season. -- Dan Hennessey: Baseballin' on a Budget
Washington Nationals 21 (20)Nationals67-77With an acceptable August (.287/.328/.398) and September (.279 and three home runs so far), Ian Desmond might be keeping himself first in line to be the Nats' shortstop in 2012. It certainly helps that potential replacement Steve Lombardozzi is still searching for his first major league hit. -- Harper Gordek: Nationals Baseball
Pittsburgh Pirates 22 (22)Pirates66-80The Pirates were 53-47 and tied for first place when Jerry Meals' questionable call cost them a game in the 19th inning against Atlanta on July 26. After losing 4-of-6 this past week, the Pirates are a dismal 13-32 and they are desperately trying to hold on to fourth place in the NL Central. -- John Franco: Pitt Plank
Florida Marlins 23 (23)Marlins66-79The Marlins endured another tough week, but strong showings from the likes of Anibal Sanchez and Greg Dobbs have continued to brighten up what has been a season of dismay. Entering the final stretch, the Marlins' favorable schedule may just net them a few places higher in the standings. -- David Gershman: Marlins Daily
San Diego Padres 24 (25)Padres63-84Nick Hundley has picked it up offensively since coming off the disabled list in mid-August. He has a 1.190 OPS in 84 at-bats since returning to action. -- ESPN.com
Seattle Mariners 25 (24)Mariners61-85Felix Hernandez has been outstanding in his last three starts (3-0 with a 1.17 ERA), the last two of which were against the Angels. -- ESPN.com
Chicago Cubs 26 (28)Cubs64-82Ryan Dempster is winless in his last five starts (0-3 with a 4.91 ERA). He's expected to make three more starts the rest of the way. -- ESPN.com
Kansas City Royals 27 (26)Royals62-86Royals pitchers are striking out just 6.7 batters per nine innings, but whiffed a total of 51 Mariners in a four-game series this past weekend. -- Craig Brown: Royals Authority
Baltimore Orioles 28 (29)Orioles58-87As the Orioles flutter away the last couple weeks of the season, there is word that Buck Showalter might become the first person since Bobby Cox to hold manager and general manager titles. -- Jon Shepherd: Camden Depot
Minnesota Twins 29 (27)Twins59-87The Twins have the fewest home wins (30) of any team in the American League, and they also have the worst run differential (minus-160) among AL teams. -- ESPN.com
Houston Astros 30 (30)Astros49-97The march to 50 wins continues. With 49 victories, the Astros may finally achieve a win total this week that was reached by the Phillies over two months ago. -- Austin Swafford: Austin's Astros 290 Blog

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