>Week 1 Power Rankings (Season 7)

>1) Austin Popsicles (14-5) (PW – N/A) (Points = 52.88)
The Popsicles open the season in the number one spot after going 14-5 during the week. The team must really love playing on the road as there 6-0 so far this season.

2) New Britain Fighting Beer Drinkers (14-6) (PW – N/A) (Points = 41.71)
The Fighting Beer Drinkers open the season in the second spot after going 14-6 during the week. The Beer Drinkers must love playing the close games because there 6-0 in one-run games so far this season.

3) Chicago Gangsters (13-6) (PW – N/A) (Points = 41.10)
The Gangsters open the season in the third spot after going 13-6 during the week. The Gangsters have put the rest of the league on notice with them going 7-2 outside there division.

4) Charleston Battery (12-7) (PW – N/A) (Points = 34.94)
The Battery open the season in the fourth spot after going 12-7 during the week. The Battery have scored the most runs in the league with 133 runs at a 7 runs per game average.

5) Helena Dental Floss Tycoons (12-7) (PW – N/A) (Points = 33.51)
The Dental Floss Tycoons open the season in the fifth spot after going 12-7 during the week. The Floss Tycoons have allowed the fewest runs in the league with 61 runs at a 3.21 runs per game average allowed.

6) Montgomery Burns (12-8) (PW – N/A) (Points = 32.18)
The Burns open the season in the sixth spot after going 12-8 during the week. The Burns have really been road warriors so far this season with playing 14 games on the road already (8-6 record).

7) Cleveland Jobu Rum Runners (12-8) (PW – N/A) (Points = 26.21)
The Jobu Rum Runners open the season in the seventh spot after going 12-8 during the week. The Rum Runners tied for the lead in the very tough American League North this early in the season.

8) Minnesota Monkey Wranglers (12-8) (PW – N/A) (Points = 25.43)
The Monkey Wranglers open the season in the eighth spot after going 12-8 during the week. The Monkey Wranglers really love playing at home as there 7-3 on there own turf.

9) Milwaukee Porn Silos (11-8) (PW – N/A) (Points = 24.29)
The Porn Silos open the season in the ninth spot after going 11-8 during the week. The Porn Silos love playing against there own division as there 7-3 so far this season.

10) New York Highlanders (11-8) (PW – N/A) (Points = 23.74)
The Highlanders open the season in the tenth spot after going 11-8 during the week. The Highlanders have allowed the third fewest runs the in the American League with 83 runs allowed.

11) Nashville Raccoons (11-8) (PW – N/A) (Points = 22.13)

12) Charlotte Knights (11-9) (PW – N/A) (Points = 12.76)

13) Richmond Spiders (10-9) (PW – N/A) (Points = 11.93)

14) Philadelphia Phantoms (10-10) (PW – N/A) (Points = 8.04)

15) Salem Squirrel Monkeys (10-10) (PW – N/A) (Points = 5.06)

16) Pawtucket Paw Soxs (10-10) (PW – N/A) (Points = 3.10)

17) Las Vegas Aces (10-10) (PW – N/A) (Points = 2.64)

18) Salt Lake City Ampersands (9-10) (PW – N/A) (Points = -2.03)

19) Monterrey Quakes (9-10) (PW – N/A) (Points = -3.50)

20) Santa Cruz Beachcombers (9-10) (PW – N/A) (Points = -3.83)

21) Florida Fighting Citrus (9-11) (PW – N/A) (Points = -7.48)

22) Fresno Devil Dogs (9-11) (PW – N/A) (Points = -10.19)

23) Atlanta Hooch (8-11) (PW – N/A) (Points = -11.96)

24) Honolulu Witch Doctors (9-11) (PW – N/A) (Points = -12.38)

25) Toledo Holy Fargin’ Schnicks (9-11) (PW – N/A) (Points = -12.95)

26) Dover EliteDucks (8-12) (PW – N/A) (Points = -14.18)

27) St. Louis River Dogs (7-13) (PW – N/A) (Points = -15.75)

28) Sacramento River Cats (8-11) (PW – N/A) (Points = -20.42)

29) Buffalo Pioneers (6-13) (PW – N/A) (Points = -21.50)

30) Anaheim Wings (7-12) (PW – N/A) (Points = -22.07)

31) Fargo Fart Knockers (5-14) (PW – N/A) (Points = -31.84)

32) Jacksonville Junk Yard Dogs (5-15) (PW – N/A) (Points = -33.45)

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