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MLB power rankings for April 16

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This week’s MLB power rankings are topped by the Milwaukee Brewers, followed by the Oakland A’s and Atlanta Braves. The San Francisco Giants and Los Angeles Dodgers round out the top five. Our Detroit Tigers fall to No. 9 this week after a 2-3 West Coast road trip.

  1. Milwaukee 10-4
  2. Oakland 10-4
  3. Atlanta 9-4
  4. San Francisco 9-5
  5. LA Dodgers 9-5
  6. Washington 8-6
  7. Seattle 7-6
  8. St. Louis 9-5
  9. Detroit 6-4
  10. Toronto 8-6
  11. Chi. White Sox 8-6
  12. Pittsburgh 7-7
  13. LA Angels 6-8
  14. Tampa Bay 7-7
  15. Miami 6-9
  16. Cleveland 6-7
  17. Colorado 7-8
  18. NY Yankees 7-6
  19. Baltimore 6-7
  20. NY Mets 7-7
  21. Texas 7-7
  22. Minnesota 6-7
  23. Kansas City m5-7
  24. Cincinnati 5-9
  25. Philadelphia 6-7
  26. Boston 5-9
  27. San Diego 6-8
  28. Chi. Cubs 4-8
  29. Houston 5-9
  30. Arizona 4-13

*For more on the 2014 MLB season, please click here.

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The Atlanta Braves are currently 9-4 this season, which is good for first place in the National League East. They have a 1.5 lead over the Washington Nationals.

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The Milwaukee Brewers are 10-4 thus far in 2014. The Brewers hold a 1 game lead over the St. Louis Cardinals in the National League Central at this time.

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The Detroit Tigers sit at 6-4 thus far in 2014. That record is good for a first place tie with the Chicago White Sox in the American League Central at this time.

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A few weeks into the 2014 MLB season and the Washington Nationals sit at 8-6, which is good for second place in the National League East. The Nats are 1.5 games back of Atlanta.

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If the 2014 MLB season were to end today, the teams heading to the postseason would be Toronto, Detroit, Oakland, Chicago (White Sox) and either the NY Yankees or Seattle in the A.L. In the N.L., it would be Atlanta, Milwaukee, San Francisco, LA Dodgers and St. Louis.

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