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MLB Power Rankings: Where All 30 Teams Stack Up After 2020 Winter Meetings

Pittsburgh PiratesAside
Texas RangersThe Rangers
Baltimore OriolesThe Orioles
the Los Angeles Angels
Seattle MarinersThe Mariners
Boston Red SoxUntil the Red Sox
National League Cy Young
San Francisco
the Minnesota Twins
Washington NationalsThe Nationals
Toronto Blue JaysThe Blue Jays
National League Central
MetsThe Mets
the Chicago White Sox
the Atlanta Braves
the White Sox
the American League
Toronto Blue Jays14
Oakland Athletics16
Boston Red Sox23
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Chris Archer
Trevor Williams
Lance Lynn
Elvis Andrus
Rougned Odor
Hanser Alberto
Jose Iglesias
Renato Nunez
Colorado RockiesWhen
David Dahl
Tony Wolters
Arizona DiamondbacksThe Diamondbacks
Madison Bumgarner
Starling Marte
A.J. Hinch
Casey Mize
Willi Castro
Tarik Skubal
Isaac Paredes
Matt Manning
Mitch Haniger
Kyle Lewis
Dayton Moore
Mike Minor
Carlos Santana
Michael Taylor
Jackie Bradley Jr.
Archie Bradley
Raisel Iglesias
Michael Lorenzen
Sonny Gray
Trevor Bauer
Marcell Ozuna
Matt Wisler
Zack Wheeler
Jean Segura
J.T. Realmuto
Andrelton Simmons
Sandy Alcantara
Pablo Lopez
Sixto Sanchez
Brandon Kintzler
Milwaukee BrewersLorenzo
Christian Yelich
Keston Hiura
Marcus Semien
Liam Hendriks
Robbie Grossman
Tommy La Stella
Mike Fiers
Joakim Soria
Yusmeiro Petit
Anibal Sanchez
Adam Eaton
Howie Kendrick
Eric Thames
Robbie Ray
Theo Epstein
Jed Hoyer
Kyle Schwarber
Albert Almora Jr.
Jason Heyward
Ian Happ
Kris Bryant
Yadier Molina
Adam Wainwright
Dylan Carlson
Francisco Lindor
Shane Bieber
Carlos Carrasco
Zach Plesac
Aaron Civale
Triston McKenzie
Houston AstrosThe Astros
Framber Valdez
Cristian Javier
Jose Urquidy
Justin Verlander
Tommy John
George Springer
Michael Brantley
Josh Reddick
James McCann
Nelson Cruz
Alex Kirilloff
Kenta Maeda
Jose Berrios
Michael Pineda
DJ LeMahieu
Gerrit Cole
Gary Sanchez
Mike Clevinger
Garrett Richards
Chris Paddack
Zach Davies
Joey Lucchesi
Luis Patino
Adrian Morejon
MacKenzie Gore
Blake Snell
Josh Fleming
Shane McClanahan
Joe Ryan
Charlie Morton
Drew Smyly
Max Fried
Ian Anderson
Kyle Wright
Mike Soroka
Nick Markakis
Adam Duvall
Cristian Pache
Lucas Giolito
Nomar Mazara
Jose Abreu
Andrew Vaughn
Justin Turner
Enrique Hernandez
Houston Astros10
Milwaukee Brewers17
Miami Marlins18
Baltimore Orioles29


the North Side

Philadelphia Phillies20

Kansas City RoyalsEarlier
Los Angeles
St. Louis
New York
San Diego
Dinelson Lamet
San Diego Padres6
New York Yankees7
New York Mets9
Cleveland Indians11
Washington Nationals15
Los Angeles Angels19
San Francisco Giants21
Arizona Diamondbacks27

World Series
the World Series

Positivity     38.00%   
   Negativity   62.00%
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The largely uneventful winter meetings included one major trade and a handful of notable free-agent signings, but enough happened to warrant an updated version of our MLB power rankings.In truth, a lot has happened since these rankings were last published Oct. 28, including club and player option decisions, qualifying offers, a wave of non-tenders and several free-agency deals.As is the case with all offseason power rankings, this update took into account items such as how complete rosters are, how active each club is expected to be in the coming months and the direction of the franchises.These rankings will be updated throughout the offseason, so if you believe your favorite team was slotted too low, there's plenty of time for that to change before Opening Day.30. Arizona DiamondbacksThe Diamondbacks were one of the most aggressive teams in baseball last offseason, signing Madison Bumgarner and trading for Starling Marte among several other win-now moves. The Tigers are still a few years from making a serious push, so more bargain shopping on the fringes of the free-agent market can be expected this offseason. Seattle MarinersThe Mariners have as bright a future as any team, but they are likely still a year from being a major player on the free-agent market. And we're going to be better, a better baseball team, once we report to spring training." He then signed left-hander Mike Minor (2/$18M), first baseman Carlos Santana (2/$17.5M) and center fielder Michael Taylor (1/$1.8M), three players who could easily outperform those salaries and improve the team's outlook. The bullpen needs multiple arms, there's a hole to fill at second base, center field will be a question mark until Jackie Bradley Jr. is re-signed or replaced, and the starting rotation is full of question marks. Maybe Carlos Santana's two-year, $17.5 million deal with the Royals will kick the front office into gear as a thin first base market starts to dwindle.15. Toronto Blue JaysThe Blue Jays have seemingly been linked to every notable free agent and trade target, so it's not out of the question they could push toward a spot in the top 10 with a flurry of activity. Jed Hoyer is now in the driver's seat in the front office, and one of his first major decisions was to non-tender slugger Kyle Schwarber as well as fellow outfielder Albert Almora Jr. That left Jason Heyward and Ian Happ as the only outfielders on the 40-man roster, so finding a left fielder joined shoring up the starting rotation on the to-do list. Losing outfielders George Springer, Michael Brantley and Josh Reddick via free agency would make addressing the offense a far more pressing need than tinkering with the rotation, but attracting free-agent talent could be tough with the sign-stealing scandal still hanging over the organization. 6. New York YankeesFirst things first: The Yankees need to re-sign DJ LeMahieu, or it's going to be difficult to walk away from this offseason as an improved team. 3. Atlanta BravesThe Braves moved quickly to shore up their starting rotation, signing veterans Charlie Morton (1/$15M) and Drew Smyly (1/$11M) to join the trio of Max Fried, Ian Anderson and Kyle Wright while Mike Soroka continues to work his way back from an Achilles injury.

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