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The MLB season marches on. The teams have begun to show us what they have to offer, but there’s still a long way to go in a season that’s a marathon, not a sprint. With that said, it’s these opinions we formulate that will decide whether this season will be a profitable one for us or not.

Here are the power rankings entering the 13th week of the MLB schedule.

1. Oakland Athletics (47-29)

Everything’s working for the Athletics at the moment. It’s no surprise to see the team with the kind of pitching depth they have given the ballpark they play in, but the team’s offense has been potent, and is arguably one of the toughest in baseball at the moment. Josh Donaldson’s proven that he’s for real.

2. Milwaukee Brewers (47-30)

Moving Carlos Gomez into the cleanup spot is something that probably should have happened a while ago given the immediate success he’s had there. Jonathan Lucroy is making his case as the best hitting catcher in baseball. The team’s starting rotation is so deep it’s giving the team a chance to win every time out.

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3. Los Angeles Dodgers (42-35)

It’s amazing what a healthy Clayton Kershaw can do for an organization. The southpaw’s perfecto came as a much-needed breath of fresh air into the team. Injuries continue to be a problem, though. Hanley Ramirez is back in the lineup after a bit of a scare, though Yasiel Puig has had to be removed from the lineup multiple times in the past couple weeks with various ailments.

4. San Francisco Giants (45-30)

The Giants have hit a major road bump and it’s how they respond in the coming weeks that could determine whether they remain in contention for the N.L. West crown or whether they have to fight for a Wild Card spot. It sounds as if Angel Pagan is headed for the disabled list which is a major blow to a team that needs all the offense it can get.

5. Los Angeles Angels (41-33)

Mike Trout’s reminded the world that he’s Mike Trout. The return of Josh Hamilton to the lineup could have killed the team’s chemistry the way it did a year ago, but they’ve just continued raking. Albert Pujols missed a couple games over the weekend but he suited up Sunday and seems fine. Garrett Richards belongs in the All Star game.

6. Toronto Blue Jays (42-35)

It’s been a while since the Blue Jays have been able to win a series, but returning home should cure some of what ails them. The team begins the week with a set against the New York Yankees, with their sights set on repaying the sweep the Yankees handed down a week ago. Edwin Encarnacion continues to tear the cover off the ball, and he’ll need to keep up his torrid pace with Brett Lawrie and Jose Bautista suffering injuries in Sunday’s loss in Cincinnati.

7. Detroit Tigers (40-32)

They’ve let the Kansas City Royals hang around which is a big mistake, but the Tigers have to figure things out at some point, don’t they? Victor Martinez doesn’t want to hear any talk about regression because he just keeps pounding out home runs. The team’s front end starters need to figure things out.


8. St. Louis Cardinals (41-35)

Just as Adam Wainwright makes his return to the starting rotation, Michael Wacha will make his way to the disabled list. The team’s offense has come around, and Matt Holliday is starting to drive the ball again.

9. Washington Nationals (39-35)

The Nationals have done a good job of hanging around and are now starting to get healthy. Bryce Harper has a long rehab stint ahead of him, but at least he’ll be playing games again. Gio Gonzalez returning to the rotation will help solidify things in that department.

10. Kansas City Royals (39-36)

The Royals reeled off a double-digit winning streak to climb to the top of the A.L. Central. They’ve actually been hitting the ball of late, with Alex Gordon playing a major role in generating runs, while Billy Butler looks to have put his early season funk behind him.

11. New York Yankees (39-35)
12. Baltimore Orioles (39-35)
13. Atlanta Braves (38-37)
14. Seattle Mariners (40-36)
15. Cleveland Indians (37-39)
16. Boston Red Sox (35-41)
17. Cincinnati Reds (37-37)
18. Pittsburgh Penguins (37-38)
19. Texas Rangers (35-40)
20. Miami Marlins (37-38)
21. Houston Astros (33-44)
22. Chicago White Sox (35-41)
23. Minnesota Twins (36-38)
24. New York Mets (35-41)
25. Philadelphia Phillies (34-40)
26. Colorado Rockies (34-41)
27. Chicago Cubs (31-42)
28. Tampa Bay Rays (31-46)
29. San Diego Padres (32-44)
30. Arizona Diamondbacks (32-47)

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