Sunday, May 22, 2016

Season 37 Mid Season Power Rankings

Current: 1  Last: 5
Detroit Chippewas

Leading the NL in run prevention.  Ramon Huang having an MVP-type first half.

Wichita Rocks
 Current: 2  Last: 4

In the top 5 in both pitching and hitting.  Brent Davis 12-3.

Honolulu Swingin' Jackwagons
 Current: 3  Last: 1

Tops in run prevention, but an offensive slump has knocked them out of the top spot.

Los Angeles Colemans
  Current: 4  Last: 3

Add stud Anthony Aven to try to get the title back

Burlington Bookworms
Current: 5  Last: 9

Four hurlers receiving All-Star consideration, including Trent Smyth, who's having a great sophomore season.

Iowa City Johnsons
  Current: 6  Last: 2

Recent drop off coincides with the struggles of Diego Alvarez.

Scranton Rail Riders
Current: 7  Last: 6

Getting it done despite the struggles of some big money pitchers.

Santa Fe Brooks
Current: 8  Last: 15

Top two HR hitters in the league, Samuel Merrick and Vicente Vazquez.

Pittsburgh Appalachians
Current: 9  Last: 8

Orlando Costilla having a career year, and in the mix for an All-Star berth.

Richmond Confederates
Current: 10  Last: 14

Leads NL in runs and homeruns; an incredible 9 players with double-digit bombs.

Charlotte Charlatans
Current: 11  Last: 7

21 year old slugger Dave Haren bursting onto the scene.

St. Louis Sabotage
Current: 12  Last: 13

Superstar Sam Henry raking his way to a career best .934 OPS.

Texas Wildcats
Current: 13  Last:  12

Second best offense in NL, led by Geoff Cunningham.

Montreal Stars
Current: 14  Last: 17

Making a push for the division on the shoulders of Roberto Hernandez as well as their high powered offense.

Tacoma Tornadoes
Current: 15  Last: 22

Rookie A.J. Mayne keeping them in contention while they wait for 2B Molina to return.

Washington D.C. Senators
Current: 16  Last: 10

Closer Johnie Averill and the rest of the outstanding pitching staff waiting for the offense to come around.

Cincinnati Dawgs
Current: 17  Last: 18

Getting contributions from unlikely sources, such as Robinson Roosevelt, keeping them in contention.

Syracuse Barking Spiders
Current: 18  Last:  11

Asdrubal Contreras having a career year, but the rest of the offense is slumping.

Colorado Surf Riders III
Current: 19  Last: 16

Shortstop Junior Chong should be making his second All-Star team in as many seasons.

Philadelphia Phoenix

Current: 20  Last: 19

D'Angelo Campos having a career year, keeping them in the picture.

Durham Bulls
Current: 21  Last: 23

Manny Stuart living up to that huge contract.

New York Blues
Current: 22  Last: 21

Sandy Perez playing out of his mind since coming over from D.C.

Fargo Marlboro Men
Current: 23  Last: 26

Bernie Hughes continues to rebound in a big way from his horrendous career stretch.

San Francisco Lockdown
Current: 24  Last: 24

Morgan Rolls quietly establishing himself as a shut down reliever.  Could make his first All-Star team.

Jacksonville Minutemen
Current: 25  Last: 20

Stefan Redondo has more MVP awards than All-Star appearances.

Anaheim Arte Morenos
Current: 26  Last: 25

Statisticians working overtime to determine whether or not the 2 home runs each in the same game by the Hennesseys was an HBD first.

Las Vegas  Bookies
Current: 27  Last:  31

If David Sisk can continue his torrid pace, the Bookies may continue to rise.

Tampa Bay Don Cesars
Current: 28  Last: 28

Clayton O'Keefe doing his best to carry an anemic offense.

New York
New York Bombers
Current: 29  Last:  27

Ismael Martin pitching for a big contract.

Trenton Thunder
Current: 30  Last: 29

Matt Gerut having a breakout power year.

Toledo Mudhens
Current: 31  Last: 30

Hopefully Yorvit Rodriguez will get out of the doghouse and into the line up.

Chicago Blagos
Current: 32  Last: 32

Putting some wins together on the back of Javier Tavarez.

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