Monday, February 4, 2008

Power Rankings AL

  1. Oklahoma City Chickens they have depth w/ their pitching. They don't hit too bad either.

  2. Kansas City McCoys Solid starters, The lineup is star laden and will produce. Organizational depth is one of the best.

  3. Madison Massa's Injury concerns might keep the Massa's from going far in the playoffs

  4. Boston Badasses Very solid nucleus to rotation and bullpen. Lineup has a few weak spots, but overall very tough.

  5. Wichita Sizzlers-Lots of talent in their lineup, pretty good rotation and a great back end of bullpen.

  6. Tacoma Tom Toms-Can compete this year if things fall into place for them, but their time seems to be passing.

  7. Nashville Stars-Rotation seems to stand in the way of this teams sucess.

  8. New York Bombers-totally different team then last year at this point. team is young and but probably not competative this season.

  9. Washington D.C. old school warriors-They have some pieces, but the division will probably be too tough for them this year. Need to trade for a top line starter

  10. Chicago Bear Cubs-Home games have been tough, they are better than their ranking implies

  11. New Orleans Cajuns-They still have decent starting pitching and an improved lineup and defense team is starting to gel

  12. Las Vegas Gamble-They finally have a couple starters, but bullpen is questionable.

  13. Augusta MOOSE- if Roosevelt Hansen could pitch, they still would not compete

  14. Durham Bulls- trades make team more competative, but the bulls have many holes.

  15. Burlington Green Sox- rebuilding project team is batting .244

  16. St. Louis Stampede- youth movement in full swing ERA still just under 7

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