>Power Rankings Week 5 (Season 7)

>THE ELITE TEAMS

1) Montgomery Burns (63-38) (PW – 1) (Points = 115.58)
The Burns remained in the top spot after going 13-8 during the last week. The team is scoring 6.28 runs per game while giving up 5.21 runs per game. The team plays in the sixth toughest division in the league. The Burns had 0 wins against teams in the top 10 of the rankings but also had 1 loss against a team in bottom 10 in the rankings during the week.

2) Austin Popsicles (61-40) (PW – 2) (Points = 112.85)
The Popsicles remained in the second spot after going 12-8 during the week. The team is scoring 5.65 runs per game while giving up 4.57 runs per game. The team plays in the second toughest division in the league. The Popsicles had 2 wins against teams in the top 10 of the rankings but also had 1 loss against the teams in the bottom 10 during the week.

3) Chicago Gangsters (61-40) (PW – 10) (Points = 105.09)
The Gangsters moved up seven spots after going 15-6 during the week, the best record in the league during that time. The team is scoring 5.12 runs per game while giving up 4.44 runs per game. The team plays third toughest division in the league. The Gangsters had 5 wins against teams in the top 10 of the rankings but also had 2 losses against the teams in the bottom 10 during the week.

THE GREAT TEAMS


4) Atlanta Hooch (57-44) (PW – 12) (Points = 90.50)
The Hooch moved up eight spots after going 13-8 during the week. The team is scoring 5.53 runs per game while giving up 4.50 runs per game. The team plays in the third toughest division in the league. The Hooch had 3 wins against teams in the top 10 of the rankings but also had 6 losses against the teams in the bottom 10 during the week.

5) Minnesota Monkey Wranglers (57-44) (PW – 15) (Points = 89.89)
The Monkey Wranglers moved up ten spots after going 13-7 during the week. The team is scoring 5.18 runs per game while giving up 4.49 runs per game. The team plays in the hardest division in the league. The Monkey Wranglers had 2 wins against teams in the top 10 of the rankings but also had 3 losses against the teams in the bottom 10 during the week.

6) Honolulu Witch Doctors (58-43) (PW – 3) (Points = 89.10)
The Witch Doctors fell three spots after going 11-9 during the week. The team is scoring 5.37 runs per game while giving up 4.49 runs per game. The team plays in seventh hardest division in the league. The Witch Doctors had 2 wins against teams in the top 10 of the rankings but also had 4 losses against the teams in the bottom 10 during the week.

7) Fargo Fart Knockers (56-45) (PW – 7) (Points = 84.08)
The Fart Knockers remained in the seventh spot after going 12-9 during the week. The team is scoring 5.37 runs per game while giving up 4.72 runs per game. The team plays in hardest division in the league. The Fart Knockers had 2 wins against teams in the top 10 of the rankings but also had 0 losses against the teams in the bottom ten during the week.

8) Anaheim Wings (56-45) (PW – 8) (Points = 81.96)
The Wings remained in the eight spot after going 13-7 during the week. The team is scoring 5.07 runs per game while giving up 4.50 runs per game. The team plays in the fourth hardest division in the league. The Wings had 2 wins against teams in the top ten of the rankings but also 2 losses against the teams in the bottom 10 during the week.

9) Santa Cruz Beachcombers (58-43) (PW – 9) (Points = 81.66)
The Beachcombers remained in the ninth spot after going 13-8 during the week. The team is scoring 4.76 runs per game while giving up 4.29 runs per game. The team plays in the fourth hardest division in the league. The Beachcombers had 1 win against a team in the top 10 of the rankings but also had 3 losses against the teams in the bottom ten during the week.

THE MIDDLE OF THE ROAD TEAMS

10) Philadelphia Phantoms (57-44) (PW – 6) (Points = 79.96)
The Phantoms fell four spots after going 11-9 during the week. The team is scoring 5.56 runs per game while giving up 4.91 runs per game. The team plays in the fifth hardest division in the league. The Phantoms had 2 wins against teams in the top 10 of the rankings but also 4 losses against the teams in the bottom 10 during the week.

11) Milwaukee Porn Silos (54-47) (PW – 18) (Points = 72.26)

12) New York Highlanders (51-50) (PW – 22) (Points = 70.99)

THE BELOW AVERAGE TEAMS

13) Las Vegas Aces (55-46) (PW – 21) (Points = 58.84)

14) New Britain Fighting Beer Drinkers (57-44) (PW – 4) (Points = 57.93)

15) Charleston Battery (51-50) (PW – 17) (Points = 56.88)

16) St. Louis River Dogs (51-50) (PW – 14) (Points = 54.90)

THE FIGHTNING FOR RESPECT TEAMS

17) Salt Lake City Ampersands (48-53) (PW – 23) (Points = 49.34)

18) Dover EliteDucks (52-49) (PW – 11) (Points = 49.26)

19) Helena Dental Floss Tycoons (53-48) (PW – 5) (Points = 47.31)

20) Jacksonville Junk Yard Dogs (47-54) (PW – 13) (Points = 41.99)

21) Nashville Raccoons (50-51) (PW – 20) (Points = 40.03)

22) Richmond Spiders (44-57) (PW – 28) (Points = 30.32)

23) Charlotte Knights (47-54) (PW – 24) (Points = 26.33)

THE SOMETHING HAS GONE WRONG TEAMS

24) Cleveland Jobu Rum Runners (46-55) (PW – 16) (Points = 10.72)

25) Florida Fighting Citrus (44-57) (PW – 26) (Points = 10.67)

THE CAN’T WAIT FOR NEXT SEASON TEAMS

26) Fresno Devil Dogs (45-56) (PW – 27) (Points = 8.64)

27) Buffalo Pioneers (42-59) (PW – 25) (Points = 8.47)

28) Salem Squirrel Monkeys (45-56) (PW – 29) (Points = 6.44)

THE HOPELESS TEAMS

29) Monterrey Quakes (44-57) (PW – 19) (Points = -1.67)

30) Toledo Holy Fargin’ Schnicks (40-61) (PW – 30) (Points = -12.27)

31) Sacramento River Cats (35-66) (PW – 32) (Points = -50.82)

32) Pawtucket Paw Soxs (31-70) (PW – 31) (Points = -59.38)

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