Week 19 MLB Power Rankings: Scores & Standings of the Top Teams in the League

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As of last night’s amazing win for the Toronto Blue Jays, baseball fans are looking for MLB scores and MLB standings. We’ve knocked these MLB power rankings out of the park just for you.

American League: East – A Joyous Win for the Jays

Last night, the NY Yankees had a strong 6-0 lead on the Toronto Blue Jays, but the Jays turned on their bats in the 8th, to win the game 12-6! They are now leading the AL East with a total of 68 wins and 52 losses. This come back put them at the top of the leader board, thanks to Russell Martin who homered twice (thank god he’s out of his funk) and Troy Tulowitzki who had four major hits last night! The scores and odds for the other two teams goes as follows: The Orioles are in second place with 66 wins and 52 losses, and the Red Sox sit at third with 66 wins and 52 losses.

American League: Central – Cleveland in the Lead

The MLB standings and scores for the top three teams in the AL Central divisions are: Cleveland Indians in first place with 68 wins and 49 losses, Detroit Tigers in second with 63 wins and 56 losses, and Kansas City Royals in third place with 59 wins and 60 losses.

American League: West – Rangers Take the Cake

The top three teams in the AL West are the Texas Rangers in first with 71 wins and 50 losses, Seattle Mariners in second with 63 wins and 55 losses, and Houston Astros in third with 61 wins and 58 losses.


National League: East – The Nationals Rock the East

For the NL East, the Washington Nationals are in first place with 70 wins and 48 losses thanks to two home runs from Jayson Werth and Wilson Ramos. They stole the show with Bryce Harper’s first multi-hit game in over a month. The Miami Marlins followed behind in second place with 62 wins and 57 losses, and in third place, the New York Mets, with 60 wins and 59 losses.

National League: Central – Cubs on Cue

In the NL Central, first place goes to the Chicago Cubs with 75 wins and 43 losses. In second place is the St. Louis Cardinals with 63 wins and 56 losses, and in third place is the Pittsburgh Pirates with 61 wins and 56 losses.

National League: East – L.A. Goes Sky High

For the NL East, the Los Angeles Dodgers are in first place with 66 wins and 52 losses despite their top player (Clayton Kershaw) being out of the game due to a herniated disc in his back, which he suffered on June 30, 2016. The San Francisco Giants are in second place with 66 wins and 53 losses. In third place is to the Colorado Rockies with 57 wins and 63 losses.



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