MLB Power Rankings For Week Six

MLB Divisional Powr Rankings

Sorry that we skipped a week folks; finals and packing got in the way! Anyways, we actually got some pretty interesting results as a result, so I won’t hold you guys too long in the introduction…on to the power Rankings!

wOBA

Rank

Division

wOBA

Points Awarded

1

AL East

.326

6

2

AL Central

.320

5

2

NL West

.320

5

4

AL West

.318

3

5

NL Central

.317

2

6

NL East

.302

1

 

K/BB

Rank

Division

K/BB

Points Awarded

1

AL East

2.76

6

2

AL Central

2.68

5

3

NL Central

2.60

4

4

NL East

2.50

3

5

AL West

2.34

2

6

NL West

2.29

1

 

UZR

Rank

Division

UZR

Points Awarded

1

AL East

17.5

6

2

NL West

13.1

5

3

AL Central

3.5

4

4

NL Central

-0.5

3

5

NL East

-14.4

2

6

AL West

-20.2

1

 

Points Total

Rank

Division

wOBA

K/BB

UZR

Points Awarded This Week

Season Point Totals

1

AL East

6

6

6

18

41

2

AL Central

5

5

4

14

39

3

NL West

5

1

5

11

37

4

NL Central

2

4

3

9

29

5

AL West

3

2

1

6

25

6

NL East

1

3

2

6

21

So as you can see, the top three divisions are really starting to pull away. The AL East pulled a clean sweep (18 points) this week and is now sitting nice and pretty at 41 points for the season. The AL West continues to not live up to the hype around the off-season (THREE GOOD TEAMS), and is now sitting in fifth. It should be interesting to see what happens as these rankings continue to evolve and change throughout the season.

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