Haven't seen an update in awhile and I had sometime, so I thought I would compile our first Power Rankings of Season 7. I have done Power Rankings for the past several seasons in Ryan. I can be controversial!
1. Scottsdale Minotaurs
Comment: Most lethal combination of Hitting and Pitching near the top in almost all categories
2. Salem Warlocks
Comment: 3rd best record in the AL lead by Diego Balboa's ridicules .392 Batting average
3. Detroit Wolves
Comment: SP Larry Davis has a 1.68 ERA. Tough start for an elite team they are much better than their record indicates
4. Little Rock Primetimers
Comment: Worst fielding team in the AL makes up the difference with SO and solid hitting
5. Austin Stinky Peas
Comment: Rule 5 Pick and Long Reliever Luis Julio leads the AL in wins with 6. That stat does not bode well for the Peas.
6. Florida Swamp Grass
Comment: Could be higher but struggles at the plate have kept Florida out of the top 5.
7. Fargo Fire Crackers
Comment: Overall the best fielding and running team in the AL, but struggling to score those men
8. Charlotte Silverbacks
Comment: Now I'm not saying Wayne Paulson should play SS, but 15 "-" Plays and 5 errors is a bit telling would you say?
9. Tucson Boilermaker Express
Comment: DH B.C. Villa has put together a fine season leading the league in walks while batting .315 with 9 HR
10. Baltimore Big Sticks
Comment: 4th best record in the league and they get no respect. The team has done nothing to impress me besides their current record. Maybe next week.
11. Hartford Whalers
Comment: CF Darrin Jackson is tied for the league lead with 3 + plays
12. Atlanta Elite Senators III
Comment: Where's the Beef? Teams hitting and pitching have both struggled at times
13. Boston Red Sox
Comment: SS Walker Corey is batting .235 and leading the league in error, Hello Edgar Renteria!
14. Vancouver Vikings
Comment: Ratingwise the Vikings are the 3rd best team on paper, it's a shame they can't just show someone that paper and collect a win.
15. Madison Ham Fighters
Comment: Aaron Houston leads the AL in saves and is 2nd in losses, not the best combination
16. New York Comics
Comment: on the Positive Fred Hill is on a pace for 88 dingers this season