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2024 MLB Power Rankings: June 10


There are just ten teams in Major League Baseball with a winning record as we hit the middle of June.

 

1. Philadelphia Phillies (45-20) | Last week: 2 (+1)

A rare off day for Jose Alvarado led to a loss yesterday in London, but the Phillies are coming off a 4-1 week that included a sweep of the NL Central-leading Brewers.

 

2. New York Yankees (46-21) | Last week: 1 (-1)

With no Juan Soto in the lineup, the Yankees dropped their three-game series at home to the Dodgers, but at least the week ended on the right note with a victory last night to avoid a sweep.

 

3. Baltimore Orioles (42-22) | Last week: 3

Adley Rutschman hit a late grand slam in yesterday’s win against the Rays as an exclamation point, and Baltimore will look to complete a four-game sweep today before taking on the Braves and the Phillies.

 

4. Los Angeles Dodgers (41-26) | Last week: 4

Teoscar Hernandez homered twice with six RBI to help the Dodgers to a big Saturday victory at Yankee Stadium. In last night’s loss, Shohei Ohtani showed off his insane ability by beating an outfield throw from Aaron Judge on a sac fly.

 

 

5. Cleveland Guardians (42-22) | Last week: 5

Cleveland continues to play like one of the best teams in baseball, and their next series versus a red-hot Reds squad will be a big test.

 

6. Milwaukee Brewers (38-27) | Last week: 6

While swept by the Phillies, the Brewers can be happy that their pitching staff did a nice job of limiting the high-powered Phillies offense at Citizens Bank Park. And Rhys Hoskins, who homered in his first game back, got his return out of the way ahead of a potential postseason matchup this fall.

 

7. Atlanta Braves (35-28) | Last week: 7

The Braves are stumbling along to some extent, but they still hold a 4.5-game lead for the first wild-card spot in the National League.

 

8. Kansas City Royals (39-27) | Last week: 9 (+1)

It was a heartbreaking loss in extras yesterday for the Royals, but they took two of three games from the Mariners after splitting two games with the Guardians. Up this week: the Yankees and Dodgers.

 

9. Seattle Mariners (37-30) | Last week: 10 (+1)

A hairline heel fracture for Ty France—who is not afraid to take one for the team—on a hit by pitch is a tough loss for the Mariners, but Tyler Locklear came through with a double in his MLB debut yesterday.

 

10. Minnesota Twins (34-31) | Last week: 8 (-2)

Minnesota lost five consecutive games (including getting swept by the Yankees) before getting on the board with an 11-5 victory thanks to seven runs in the 10th inning yesterday at Pittsburgh. The Twins can take advantage of home matchups with the Rockies and A’s this week.

 

11. Boston Red Sox (33-33) | Last week: 13 (+2)

12. San Diego Padres (34-35) | Last week: 11 (-1)

13. Cincinnati Reds (32-34) | Last week: 24 (+11)

14. Texas Rangers (31-34) | Last week: 12 (-2)

15. Toronto Blue Jays (32-33) | Last week: 18 (+3)

16. St. Louis Cardinals (31-33) | Last week: 14 (-2)

17. Detroit Tigers (32-33) | Last week: 15 (-2)

18. Chicago Cubs (32-34) | Last week: 19 (+1)

19. San Francisco Giants (32-34) | Last week: 16 (-3)

20. Tampa Bay Rays (31-34) | Last week: 17 (-3)

21. Pittsburgh Pirates (31-34) | Last week: 23 (+2)

22. Arizona Diamondbacks (31-35) | Last week: 20 (-2)

23. Washington Nationals (30-35) | Last week: 21 (-2)

24. Houston Astros (30-36) | Last week: 22 (-2)

25. New York Mets (28-36) | Last week: 25

26. Los Angeles Angels (25-40) | Last week: 28 (+2)

27. Oakland Athletics (26-41) | Last week: 26 (-1)

28. Colorado Rockies (23-42) | Last week: 27 (-1)

29. Miami Marlins (22-43) | Last week: 29

30. Chicago White Sox (17-49) | Last week: 30