A look at the best and worst baseball teams in the league.
Each week during the season Athlon Sports looks at the best and worst baseball teams in the league. Here's our MLB Power Rankings for June 11, 2012.
1. Dodgers—Won last six games in which they have at least one hit.
2. Rangers—Won only three of last 10 vs. AL West.
3. Rays—Convincing sweep over the Marlins.
4. Nationals—Waltzed out of Fenway with a sweep.
5. Yankees—May be old, but still team to beat in AL East.
6. Orioles—Lost 12 of last 19 with three wins in extra innings.
7. Braves—Followed eight-game losing streak by winning eight of nine.
8. Reds—Chapman finally appears human in loss to Tigers.
9. Marlins—Streaky Fish back on the skids.
10. Angels—Only one loss since May 18 by more than two runs.
11. Giants—What’s wrong with Tim Lincecum?
12. White Sox—Paul Konerko making case for MVP.
13. Mets—Lost six of seven since Cardinals left town.
14. Blue Jays—Jose Bautista beginning to heat up a bit.
15. Pirates—Ended the week tied for first place.
16. Diamondbacks—Making a charge to defend their title.
17. Indians—Brash Chris Perez keeps saving games.
18. Cardinals—Redbirds need starting pitching and bullpen help.
19. Red Sox—Lost six of seven.
20. Phillies—Dropped two nail-biters at Baltimore over the weekend.
21. Tigers—Ended the weekend at Cincinnati on high note.
22. Brewers—Road trip to Kansas City and Minnesota this week.
23. Mariners—No-hit the best team in the National League.
24. Royals—Still bullish on future, but present not too bright.
25. Twins—Won nine of 12, won 15 of 17 in June 2011.
26. Astros—Won four of Lucas Harrell’s last five starts.
27. Rockies—Outscored by 27 over last five games — all losses.
28. A’s—Lost 14 of 18, now facing NL West.
29. Padres—One positive: Closer Huston Street is back and healthy.
30. Cubs—On pace to lose 108.
By Charlie Miller Follow @AthlonCharlie