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Stan 'The Fan' Charles' MLB Power Rankings: Sept. 2, 2019

September 2, 2019
Here are this week's MLB power rankings: 

1. Houston Astros (89-49, No. 1 last week):
2. New York Yankees (90-48, No. 3)
3. Atlanta Braves (84-54, No. 4)
4. Los Angeles Dodgers (89-50, No. 2)
5. Washington Nationals (77-58, No. 5)
6. Minnesota Twins (84-52, No. 6)
7. St. Louis Cardinals (76-60, No. 7)
8. Tampa Bay Rays (80-58, No. 10)
9. Cleveland Indians (79-58, No. 8)
10. Oakland Athletics (78-58, No. 9)
11. Chicago Cubs (73-63, No. 11)
12. Philadelphia Phillies (70-65, No. 14)
13. Boston Red Sox (74-63, No. 15)
14. Milwaukee Brewers (70-66, No. 13)
15. Arizona Diamondbacks (70-67, No. 19)
16. New York Mets (69-67, No. 12)
17. Texas Rangers (67-71, No. 18)
18. San Francisco Giants (66-70, No. 16)
19. San Diego Padres (64-72, No. 22)
20. Los Angeles Angels (65-73, No. 20)
21. Cincinnati Reds (64-73, No. 21)
22. Chicago White Sox (60-76, No. 17)
23. Pittsburgh Pirates (60-77, No. 25)
24. Seattle Mariners (58-80, No. 23)
25. Colorado Rockies (59-79, No. 24)
26. Toronto Blue Jays (55-83, No. 26)
27. Kansas City Royals (49-89, No. 27)
28. Miami Marlins (48-88, No. 28)
29. Baltimore Orioles (45-91, No. 29)
30. Detroit Tigers (40-94, No. 30)