Sunday, August 31, 2003

MLB power rankings



The Cincinnati Enquirer

1. AtlantaLopez could set catcher's home run record.
2. San FranciscoBonds making a case for MVP.
3. N.Y. YankeesReds are their personal farm team.
4. OaklandTejada heating up at the right time.
5. BostonBack in the wild-card lead.
6. SeattleFinally fell into second place.
7. Kansas CityGive the Royals some credit for hanging on.
8. Chicago WSPut a scare in the Yankees with pitching.
9. HoustonIt all depends on whether Oswalt gets healthy.
10. St. LouisIs rotation good enough to win it?
11. Chicago CubsBullpen is a major worry.
12. MinnesotaBest hitting club in the AL Central race.
13. PhiladelphiaBowa turning purple daily.
14. FloridaIs Dontrelle Willis another Wayne Simpson?
15. ArizonaKeep waiting for the Big Two to get on a roll.
16. Los AngelesKeeping the Reds from last place in NL hitting.
17. MontrealWould playoffs be in Puerto Rico?
18. TorontoShould be better with Halladay and Delgado.
19. AnaheimShould have retooled like the Giants.
20. TexasCould get out of last place with a surge.
21. ColoradoHelton can hit a bit.
22. BaltimoreJulio has saved almost half of O's wins.
23. PittsburghGetting Perez for Giles was a coup.
24. ClevelandBest team in Ohio.
25. MilwaukeeSeverely punked the Reds.
26. Tampa BayLou said they'd win 70, and they might.
27. New York MetsNot quite the Yankees, are they?
28. San DiegoReds' main competition for top draft pick.
29. RedsStunning that it's come to this so quickly.
30. Detroit100 losses with a month to play.




BENGALS / NFL
Foley, Wilson cut in Bengals' purge
Lewis hints cuts likely to run deep
Who will stay? Who will go?
Bengals Q&A
Peppers watches fame grow beyond Carolina
Redskins take risk, keep two quarterbacks

COLLEGE FOOTBALL
No. 2 Buckeyes put on a No. 1 performance
Daugherty: Forget Clarett, Krenzel's the main man
UC back had no breaks, but he was never broken
Rocky start for Roethlisberger
UConn dominates in opener
Wildcats defense has new attitude
Top 25 roundup: No. 8 USC shuts down No. 6 Auburn
Scores, how the Top 25 fared

PREP FOOTBALL
Elder run over at Ryle festival
St. X announces its presence
Highlands' defense steady in win
Saturday's other games
Sorry, Elder, it's us, not you
For Ryle Festival, less is more
Prep sports results

REDS / BASEBALL
Sunday's Game: Cardinals 5, Reds 0
Big dreams earn tough challenge for Miley
Injury can't keep Reds' Berry away
Saturday's Game: Cardinals 6, Reds 3
Notes: Wagner still adjusting to majors
Reds chatter
Reds Q&A
MLB power rankings
Marlins lose Lowell for the season
NL: Pavano's 10 K's spark Marlins
AL: Pettitte outpitches Pedro

GOLF
Champions Tour rolling into town
Shootout looms in Tradition

TENNIS
Distracted Capriati wins in 3 sets
Roddick refrains from war of words

MOTOR SPORTS
Youngsters combine to dominate Busch race
Darlington promises to be a rougher ride
Junqueira stays ahead of CART pack

HORSE RACING
In Rome captures RD Pepsi Bassinet

ENQUIRER PAGE TWO
Moeller's Brackman mulls playing 2 sports in college
Page Two power rankings
Longtime friends help NKU succeed

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