Sunday, April 13, 2003

Baseball Team Rankings

By John Fay
The Cincinnati Enquirer

1. Kansas City Never underestimate the power of a good start.
2. N.Y. Yankees Best team $150 million can buy.
3. San Francisco Way ahead of Arizona already.
4. Oakland Big Three are huge.
5. Boston A good start without a win from Pedro.
6. Houston Everybody's hitting but Berkman.
7. Pittsburgh Lofton and Sanders make a huge difference.
8. Colorado 5-1 at Coors.
9. Philadelphia Reds fans got to see the big spenders up front.
10. Chicago WS Adding Colon helps - a lot.
11. Montreal Leading the NL in ERA.
12. Arizona Awful start, only team in NL hitting worse is Reds.
13. Anaheim Starting a lot better than last year.
14. Seattle Hanging with Angels in tough division.
15. Minnesota Got roughed up by Yankees.
16. N.Y. Mets Should get more for that payroll.
17. Atlanta Is this finally the end of the run?
18. Los Angeles Getting very strong pitching.
19. St. Louis That lineup is always scary.
20. Chicago Cubs Prior looks like the new Seaver.
21. Toronto Delgado, Wells starting strong.
22. Cleveland Drew 18,000 the other night - not good.
23. Reds Hitting has to come around, doesn't it?
24. Baltimore Chasing Tampa Bay going into weekend.
25. Florida In wrong division to start 2-6.
26. San Diego Last in the NL in home runs.
27. Tampa Bay Best team $19 million can buy.
28. Texas Best player in the game and worst pitching.
29. Milwaukee Changing management didn't change results.
30. Detroit Hitting 50 points below the Mendoza line.

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