>Power Rankings Week 4

>Th fourth week of power rankings saw some big jumps and falls this week. The Cornerstone and the RAIDERS had the biggest jumps of 12 while the Pioneers saw the biggest drop of 12 spots. Three new teams entered into the top ten this week the Blackhawks, Pirates and Cornerstone while the Grumbling Groundhogs, Beefpound and the Pioneers fell out of the top ten. The National League South is still the hardest division to play in so far going 148-112 against teams outside there division with the Gullah’s having the only losing record against teams outside there division (25-40). The National League West is the weakest division to play in going 104-156 against teams outside there division with not one team having a winning record outside the division The Bobcats and Fisher Cats had the best week out of any team going 12-4 while the HeadHunters had the worst week going 3-13. The American League went 98-94 against the National League this season with the Bobcats and Fisher Cats having the best record of 9-3 while the HeadHunters had the worst record of 2-10.

1. Monterrey Stars (52-23) (Previous Week – 1)
The Stars went 10-6 during the week and remained in the top spot for the fourth straight week. As we almost enter the mid-way point of the season Mike Bonds looks like he will be the first-half MVP for the team hitting .324, 34 homeruns, 93 RBI’s and 78 runs scored.

2. Houston Hitmen (52-23) (Previous Week – 2)
The Hitmen went 10-6 during the week and remained in the second spot this week. As we almost enter the mid-way point of the season Geraldo Rodriguez looks like he will be the first-half MVP for the team hitting .304, 20 homeruns, 60 RBI’s and 55 runs scored.

3. Kansas City Bobcats (47-28) (Previous Week – 5)
The Bobcats went 12-4 during the week and moved up two spots this week. As we almost enter the mid-way point of the season Eric Sisk looks like he will be the first-half MVP for the team hitting .294, 24 homeruns, 76 RBI’s and 71 runs scored.

4. New Britain Fisher Cats (44-31) (Previous Week – 7)
The Fisher Cats went 12-4 during the week and moving up three spots this week. As we almost enter the mid-way point of the season Hoss Boone looks like he will be the first-half MVP for the team hitting .316, 25 homeruns, 67 RBI’s and 69 runs scored.

5. Jackson BlaZers (47-28) (Previous Week – 4)
The BlaZers went 11-5 during the week and fall one stop this week. As we almost enter the mid-way point of the season Ken Lincoln looks like he will be the first-half MVP for the team hitting .298, 25 homeruns, 71 RBI’s and 54 runs scored.

6. Atlanta Brave Vawts (43-32) (Previous Week – 3)
The Brave Vawts went 7-9 during the week and fell three spots this week. As we almost enter the mid-way point of the season Luis Nunez looks like he will be the first-half MVP for the team hitting .369, 32 homeruns, 95 RBI’s and 67 runs scored.

7. Chicago Blackhawks (45-30) (Previous Week – 11)
The Blackhawks went 11-5 during the week and moved up four spots this week. As we almost enter the mid-way point of the season Nick Ball looks like he will be the first-half MVP for the team hitting .332, 20 homeruns, 63 RBI’s and 49 runs scored.

8. Milwaukee Bucks (45-30) (Previous Week – 8)
The Bucks went 9-7 during the week and remained in the eighth spot this week. As we almost enter the mid-way point of the season Danny Harding looks like he will be the first-half MVP for the team hitting .262, 27 homeruns, 68 RBI’s and 57 runs scored.

9. Pittsburgh Pirates (38-37) (Previous Week – 17)
The Pirates went 10-6 during the week and moved up eight spots this week. As we almost enter the mid-way point of the season Chief Martin looks like he will be the first-half MVP for the team hitting .285, 21 homeruns, 55 RBI’s and 49 runs scored.

10. St. Louis Cornerstone (42-33) (Previous Week – 22)
The Cornerstone went 11-5 during the week and moved up 12 spots this week and tied for biggest jump for any team this week. As we almost enter the mid-way of the season Carlos Alvarez looks like he will be the first-half MVP for the team hitting .283, 19 homeruns, 47 RBI’s and 43 runs scored.

11. Ottawa Crawdaddies (41-34) (Previous Week – 16)

12. Columbus Pride (38-37) (Previous Week – 13)

13. Louisville Grumbling Groundhogs (41-34) (Previous Week – 9)

14. Anaheim Beefpound (39-36) (Previous Week – 6)

15. Cincinnati Highlanders (40-35) (Previous Week – 14)

16. Tucson Chupacabras (39-36) (Previous Week – 12)

17. Jacksonville RAIDERS (34-41) (Previous Week – 29)

18. Arizona Sting (38-37) (Previous Week – 19)

19. Colorado Rockies (34-41) (Previous Week – 21)

20. Portland Landports (38-37) (Previous Week – 20)

21. Boston Braves (33-42) (Previous Week – 28)

22. Tacoma Pioneers (39-36) (Previous Week – 10)

23. Toledo Boltz (38-37) (Previous Week – 25)

24. Minnesota Milfoils (33-42) (Previous Week – 15)

25. Scranton Beet Farmer’s (34-41) (Previous Week – 18)

26. Durham Bulls (31-44) (Previous Week – 24)

27. New York Fighting Molars (34-41) (Previous Week – 23)

28. Boise Hurricanes (26-49) (Previous Week – 26)

29. Charleston Gullah’s (28-47) (Previous Week – 27)

30. Cheyenne Xpress (27-48) (Previous Week – 30)

31. Philadelphia HeadHunters (20-55) (Previous Week – 31)

32. Salem Gangstas (20-55) (Previous Week – 32)

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