>WEEK 6 POWER RANKINGS

>The sixth week of power rankings saw some big jumps and falls this week. The New Britain Fisher Cats made the biggest jump of 10 spots this week while the Louisville Grumbling Groundhogs saw the biggest drop of 15 spots. Two new teams entered into the top ten this week the Fisher Cats and Pioneers while the Bobcats and Grumbling Groundhogs fell out of the top ten. The National League South is still the hardest division to play in so far going 206-158 against teams outside there division with the Gullah’s having the only losing record against teams outside there division (34-57). The National League West is still the weakest division to play in going 153-211 against teams outside there division with only two teams in the division with winning records outside the division. The Stars had the best week going 16-4 while the Groundhogs had the worst week going 4-16. The Stars are on pace to hit 443 homeruns this season while the Pioneers are on pace to hit 110. It looks like a lot of records will fall this season in the league both pitching and hitting. The count down for division leaders and wildcard teams will start next week. Good luck to all the teams down the stretch run.

1. Monterrey Stars (80-32) (Previous Week – 1)
The Stars went 16-4 during the week and remained in the top spot for the sixth straight week. The Stars lead the league in runs (832), homeruns (306), RBI’s (814) and slugging (.589). They have also scored over one hundred more runs then the next team.

2. Houston Hitmen (74-38) (Previous Week – 3)
The Hitmen went 12-8 during the week and moved up one spot this week. The Hitmen lead the league in triples (30), they also have the best record at home (39-16 .709) and the best record in one-run games (24-8 .750).

3. Atlanta Brave Vawts (66-46) (Previous Week – 9)
The Brave Vawts went 15-5 during the week and moved up six spots this week. The Brave Vawts have made the fewest errors in the league (56) and the best field percentage (.987).

4. Jackson BlaZers (70-42) (Previous Week – 4)
The BlaZers went 13-7 during the week and remained in the same spot this week. The Blazers have walked the fewest batters in the league (285) and the team has the third best record in the National League.

5. New Britain Fisher Cats (64-48) (Previous Week – 15)
The Fisher Cats went 14-6 during the week and moved up 10 spots this week. The Fisher Cats made the biggest jump during the week moving up the 10 spots to bring themselves back into the top 10.

6. Milwaukee Bucks (71-41) (Previous Week – 2)
The Bucks went 10-10 during the week and fell six spots this week. The Bucks have a four game lead in there division but an average week is what made them fall this week in the ratings.

7. Chicago Blackhawks (67-45) (Previous Week – 7)
The Blackhawks went 12-8 during the week and remained in the seventh spot this week. The Blackhawks hitters are the most patience team in the league by walking 444 times this season. The team is also inching every closer to the division leaders every week.

8. Tacoma Pioneers (65-47) (Previous Week – 11)
The Pioneers went 14-6 during the week and moved up three spots this week. The Pioneers lead every pitching category expected for saves, save opportunities and fewest walks and they also lead the league in stolen bases (204).

9. Cincinnati Highlanders (64-48) (Previous Week – 8)
The Highlanders went 12-8 during the week and fell one spot this week. Highlanders are in a very tough battle in the American League East to control who will win the division and it could go till the end of the season to find out a winner.

10. Anaheim Beefpound (60-52) (Previous Week – 6)
The Beefpound went 10-10 during the week and fell four spots this week. The Beefpound have really been a the bi-polar team in the league this season as one week there playing great ball then the next week there struggling then right back again to winning the next week hopefully the team can finish the season with a high note.

11. Kansas City Bobcats (63-49) (Previous Week – 10)

12. Ottawa Crawdaddies (60-52) (Previous Week – 14)

13. Tucson Chupacabras (59-53) (Previous Week – 21)

14. Columbus Pride (54-58) (Previous Week – 18)

15. Arizona Sting (58-54) (Previous Week – 16)

16. St. Louis Cornerstone (61-51) (Previous Week – 12)

17. Durham Bulls (53-59) (Previous Week – 24)

18. Scranton Beet Farmer’s (52-60) (Previous Week – 25)

19. Pittsburgh Pirates (53-59) (Previous Week – 13)

20. Louisville Grumbling Groundhogs (57-55) (Previous Week – 5)

21. Toledo Boltz (57-55) (Previous Week – 20)

22. Boston Braves (53-59) (Previous Week – 17)

23. Portland Landports (53-59) (Previous Week – 23)

24. Colorado Rockies (47-65) (Previous Week – 22)

25. Minnesota Milfoils (47-65) (Previous Week – 19)

26. Jacksonville RAIDERS (49-63) (Previous Week – 26)

27. Cheyenne Xpress (45-67) (Previous Week – 29)

28. New York Fighting Molars (48-64) (Previous Week – 28)

29. Charleston Gullah’s (41-71) (Previous Week – 30)

30. Boise Hurricanes (41-71) (Previous Week – 27)

31. Salem Gangstas (30-82) (Previous Week – 31)

32. Philadelphia HeadHunters (30-82) (Previous Week – 32)

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