>WEEK 1 POWER RANKINGS

>1. Monterrey Stars (15-5) (Previous Week – NR)
The Stars have scored 8.10 runs per game while giving up 5.05 runs per game. The team has the 7th best pitching staff, 2nd best offensive and 6th best defense in the league so far this season.

2. Chicago Blackhawks (15-5) (Previous Week – NR)
The Blackhawks have scored 5.85 runs per game while giving up 3.90 runs per game. The team has the 2nd pitching staff, 12th best offensive and 3rd best defense in the league so far this season.

3. Houston Hitmen (13-6) (Previous Week – NR)
The Hitmen have scored 7.21 runs per game while giving up 4.79 runs per game. The team has the 3rd best pitching staff, 4th best offensive and 24th best defense in the league so far this season.

4. Tucson Chupacabras (13-7) (Previous Week – NR)
The Chupacabras have scored 7.30 runs per game while giving up 5.05 runs per game. The team has the 8th best pitching staff, 3rd best offensive and the best defensive in the so far league this season.

5. Colorado Rockies (12-8) (Previous Week – NR)
The Rockies have scored 7.95 runs per game while giving up 5.60 runs per game. The team has the 20th best pitching staff, the best offensive and 8th best defense in the league so far this season.

6. Toledo Boltz (14-5) (Previous Week – NR)
The Boltz have scored 5.84 runs per game while giving 5.16 runs per game. The team has the 9th best pitching staff, 18th best offensive and 28th best defense in the league so far this season.

7. Ottawa Crawdaddies (13-7) (Previous Week – NR)
The Crawdaddies have scored 5.90 runs per game while giving 4.85 runs per game. The team has the 12th best pitching staff, 13th best offensive and 5th best defense in the league so far this season.

8. Atlanta Brave Vawts (12-7) (Previous Week – NR)
The Brave Vawts have scored 7.16 runs per game while giving 5.53 runs per game. The team has the 6th best pitching staff, 5th best offensive and 27th best defense in the league so far this season.

9. Tacoma Pioneers (13-6) (Previous Week – NR)
The Pioneers have scored 4.79 runs per game while giving up 3.53 runs per game. The team has the best pitching staff, 26th best offensive and 18th best defense in the league so far this season.

10. New Britain Fisher Cats (10-9) (Previous Week – NR)
The Fisher Cats have scored 5.89 runs per game while giving up 4.32 runs per game. The team has the 11th best pitching staff, 19th best offensive and 13th best defense in the league so far this season.

11. Milwaukee Bucks (12-7) (Previous Week – NR)
The Bucks have scored 4.84 runs per game while giving up 5.16 runs per game. The team has the 13th best pitching staff, 24th best offensive and 15th best defense in the league so far this season.

12. St. Louis Cornerstone (12-8) (Previous Week – NR)
The Cornerstone have scored 4.40 runs per game while giving up 4.35 runs per game. The team has the 4th best pitching staff, 27th best offensive and 12th best defense in the league so far this season.

13. Cincinnati Highlanders (11-8) (Previous Week – NR)
The Highlanders have scored 4.74 runs per game while giving up 5.32 runs per game. The team has the 16th best pitching staff, 31st best offensive and 7th best defense in the league so far this season.

14. Portland Landports (11-8) (Previous Week – NR)
The Landports have scored 6.47 runs per game while giving up 6.74 runs per game. The team has the 23rd best pitching staff, 9th best offensive and 26th best defense in the league so far this season.

15. Columbus Pride (10-10) (Previous Week – NR)
The Pride have scored 6.05 runs per game while giving up 5.25 runs per game. The team has the 17th best pitching staff, 11th best offensive and the 29th best defense in the league so far this season.

16. Anaheim Beefpound (9-10) (Previous Week – NR)
The Beefpound have scored 6.00 runs per game while giving up 4.74 runs per game. The team has the 14th best pitching staff, 10th best offensive and the 4th best defense in the league so far this season.

17. Louisville Grumbling Groundhogs (10-10) (Previous Week – NR)
The Grumbling Groundhogs have scored 5.30 runs per game while giving up 5.70 runs per game. The team has the 19th best pitching staff, 17th best offensive and 2nd best defense in the league so far this season.

18. Kansas City Bobcats (9-10) (Previous Week – NR)
The Bobcats have scored 7.42 runs per game while giving up 6.84 runs per game. The team has the 28th best pitching staff, 7th best offensive and 16th best defense in the league so far this season.

19. Durham Bulls (8-12) (Previous Week – NR)
The Bulls have scored 6.20 runs per game while giving up 5.85 runs per game. The team has the 18th best pitching staff, 8th best offensive and the 9th best defense in the league so far this season.

20. Scranton Beet Farmer’s (9-11) (Previous Week – NR)
The Beet Farmer’s have scored 6.70 runs per game while giving up 6.40 runs per game. The team has the 27th best pitching staff, 6th best offensive and 22nd best defense in the league so far this season.

21. Jacksonville RAIDERS (10-10) (Previous Week – NR)
The RAIDERS have scored 5.20 runs per game while giving up 6.40 runs per game. The team has the 22nd best pitching staff, 15th best offensive and 20th best defense in the league so far this season.

22. Pittsburgh Pirates (8-11) (Previous Week – NR)
The Pirates have scored 4.84 runs per game while giving up 5.32 runs per game. The team has the 15th best pitching staff, 22nd best offensive and 14th best defense in the league so far this season.

23. Boston Braves (9-11) (Previous Week – NR)
The Braves have scored 5.40 runs per game while giving up 6.80 runs per game. The team has the 30th best pitching staff, 20th best offensive and the 10th defense in the league so far this season.

24. Jackson BlaZers (8-11) (Previous Week – NR)
The BlaZers have scored 3.63 runs per game while giving up 4.63 runs per game. The team has the 5th best pitching staff, 32nd best offensive and 21st best defense in the league so far this season.

25. Arizona Sting (8-12) (Previous Week – NR)
The Sting have scored 5.15 runs per game while giving up 7.15 runs per game. The team has the 29th best pitching staff, 16th best offensive and 17th best defense in the league so far this season.

26. Minnesota Milfoils (7-12) (Previous Week – NR)
The Milfoils have scored 5.89 runs per game while giving up 7.05 runs per game. The team has the 25th best pitching staff, 14th best offensive and the 31st best defense in the league so far this season.

27. Charleston Gullah’s (5-14) (Previous Week – NR)
The Gullah’s have scored 4.68 runs per game while giving up 5.53 runs per game. The team has the 21st best pitching staff, 28th best offensive and 11th best defense in the league so far this season.

28. Boise Hurricanes (5-14) (Previous Week – NR)
The Hurricanes have scored 4.32 runs per game while giving up 5.11 runs per game. The team has the 10th best pitching staff, the 30th best offensive and 30th best defense in the league so far this season.

29. New York Fighting Molars (6-14) (Previous Week – NR)
The Fighting Molars have scored 4.75 runs per game while giving up 6.75 runs per game. The team has the 26th best pitching staff, 25th best offensive and 19th best defense in the league so far this season.

30. Philadelphia HeadHunters (5-15) (Previous Week – NR)
The HeadHunters have scored 4.70 runs per game while giving up 7.05 runs per game. The team has the 31st best pitching staff, 23rd best offensive and the 23rd best defense in the league so far this season.

31. Salem Gangstas (5-15) (Previous Week – NR)
The Gangstas have scored 4.25 runs per game while giving up 6.90 runs per game. The team has the 24th pitching staff, 29th best offensive and the 25th best defense in the league so far this season.

32. Cheyenne Xpress (5-14) (Previous Week – NR)
The Xpress have scored 5.42 runs per game while giving up 9.58 runs per game. The team has the worst pitching staff, 21st best offensive and the worst defense in the league so far this season.

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