On the first Monday in May, the Dodgers, Cubs and Phillies lead the National League divisions. You could have guessed that back when pitchers and catchers reported.
The Astros, Twins and Rays lead the American League divisions, and while that's not exactly what most predicted, it's not a total shock either, especially when you consider that the Yankees and Indians are right there as the current AL Wild Card teams.
The most complete teams are starting to rise to the top, which makes it a bit easier to rank them.
But the A's and Giants are only separated by one spot, and they're not exactly near the top of the rankings.
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Here are the latest MLB Power rankings. As always, there's an emphasis on former Giants, because we know all of you want to know what Hector Sanchez is up to these days ...