>Rickey League Power Rankigns 8-13-10

>THE ELITE TEAMS
1. Chicago Black Sox (92-37) (Previous Week – 1) No movement from last week. Team went 13-7 during the week. (The Sox’s have become an unstoppable machine. Top 5 in all stat categories is amazing and rarely ever done in the rankings.)
1st Hitting / 3rd Pitching / 1st Fielding

2. Pawtucket Marathon Men (90-39) (Previous Week – 2) No movement from last week. Team went 13-7 during the week. (The Men’s pitching staff has only allowed 116 homeruns this season, that’s the fewest in the league.)
2nd Hitting / 7th Pitching / 3rd Fielding

3. Omaha Indians (86-43) (Previous Week – 3) No movement from last week. Team went 12-8 during the week. (The bullpen for the Indians has 51 saves on the season, that’s the most in the league.)
11th Hitting / 5th Pitching / 9th Fielding

4. Toronto Tiger Tanks (80-49) (Previous Week – 4) No movement from last week. Team went 12-8 during the week. (The Tigers have hit 232 homeruns so far this season, that’s the most in the league.)
4th Hitting / 12th Pitching / 10th Fielding

5. New York Mud Sharks (79-50) (Previous Week – 9) Up 4 spots from last week. Team went 16-4 during the week. (The Sharks had a great week. They jumped into first place and moved up into the Elite teams.)
9th Hitting / 10th Pitching / 4th Fielding

THE MAGNIFICENT TEAMS
6. Chicago Choking Goats (78-51) (Previous Week – 7) Up 1 spot from last week. Team went 13-7 during the week. (The Goats have 20 complete games and 8 shutouts this season, both are the best in the league.)
18th Hitting / 1st Pitching / 8th Fielding

7. Fresno Grizzlies (79-50) (Previous Week – 5) Down 2 spots from last week. Team went 10-10 during the week. (The Grizzlies would have dropped to 8th this week but leading the division does count for something.)
10th Hitting / 8th Pitching / 31st Fielding

8. Richmond Red Birds (77-52) (Previous Week – 8) Up No movement last week. Team went 11-9 during the week. (The Red Birds defense has 85 plus plays this season, that’s the most in the league.)
8th Hitting / 11th Pitching / 7th Fielding


THE ABOVE AVERAGE TEAMS
9. Scranton StormTroopers (72-57) (Previous Week – 13) Up 3 spots from last week. Team went 12-8 during the week. (The Troopers have struck out 961 batters this season, which is the most in the league.)
13th Hitting / 6th Pitching / 14th Fielding

10. Norfolk N’Way (70-59) (Previous Week – 10) No movement from last week. Team went 9-11 during the week. (The Way has 4 shutouts on the season, which is tied for the most in the American League.)
20th Hitting / 2nd Pitching / 5th Fielding

11. Nashville Redneks (74-55) (Previous Week – 11) No movement from last week. Team went 10-10 during the week. (No Top 10 for you. If you want to complain about you will be banned from the Top 10 for 2 seasons.)
17th Hitting / 13th Pitching / 16th Fielding

12. Minnesota L’étoile du Nord (73-56) (Previous Week – 14) Up 2 spots from last week. Team went 14-6 during the week. (The Nords have walked only 301 batters this season, that’s the fewest in the league.)
26th Hitting / 4th Pitching / 2nd Fielding

13. Montgomery Biscuits Knuckle Heads (72-57) (Previous Week – 6) Down 7 spots from last week. Team went 6-14 during the week. (The Biscuits are the final team in the Knuckle Head Club this week.)
5th Hitting / 19th Pitching / 13th Fielding

14. Boise Bombers (70-59) (Previous Week – 13) Down 1 spot from last week. Team went 10-10 during the week. (The Bombers are in a very tight National League Wildcard race. If the offense can set it up a little, they could sneak into the playoffs.)
21st Hitting / 9th Pitching / 20th Fielding


THE RUN OF THE MILL TEAMS
15. Jackson Rebels (63-66) (Previous Week – 16) Up 1 spot from last week. Team went 8-12 during the week. (The Rebels have 1402 fielding assist so far this season, that the most in the National League.)
14th Hitting / 16th Pitching / 6th Fielding


THE BELOW AVERAGE TEAMS
16. Arizona Wildcats (65-64) (Previous Week – 15) Down 1 spot from last week. Team went 9-11 during the week. (The Wildcats have gotten 37 triples so far on the season, that’s the most in the league.
3rd Hitting / 26th Pitching / 11th Fielding

17. Helena Montana Moose (62-67) (Previous Week – 17) No movement from last week. Team went 10-10 during the week. (The Moose pitcher has picked off 11 base runners, that’s tied for the most in the league.)
7th Hitting / 23rd Pitching / 27th Fielding


THE LIFE SUPPORT TEAMS
18. Detroit Legends (58-71) (Previous Week – 19) Up 1 spot from last week. Team went 9-11 during the week. (Once again the defense and pitching improved this week. The offense once again can’t seem to score runs.)
23rd Hitting / 14th Pitching / 23rd Fielding


THE JUST PULL THE PLUG TEAMS
19. Monterrey Thunderbirds (58-71) (Previous Week – 23) Up 4 spots from last week. Team went 10-10 during the week. (Win the bats come alive, this team is scary.)
6th Hitting / 29th Pitching / 26th Fielding

20. Ottawa Fat Cats Knuckle Heads (60-69) (Previous Week – 18) Down 2 spots from last week. Team went 6-14 during the week. (Welcome to the Knuckle Head Club. The Cat’s are the second of three teams that joined the club this week.)
27th Hitting / 18th Pitching / 22nd Fielding

21. Jacksonville Gators (56-73) (Previous Week – 22) Up 1 spot from last week. Team went 9-11 during the week. (Believe it or not the Gators still have a faint chance of making the playoffs.)
24th Hitting / 17th Pitching / 32nd Fielding

22. Vancouver Giants (56-73) (Previous Week – 20) Down 2 spots from last week. Team went 8-12 during the week. (Well I tried to give you hope and say you’ll be a .500 team. So thank you for proving me wrong.)
19th Hitting / 22nd Pitching / 18th Fielding


THE ALMOST HOPELESS TEAMS
23. Salem Salamanders (52-77) (Previous Week – 27) Up 4 spots from last week. Team went 12-7 during the week. (6-19 in one-run games have really hurt. Team needs to find a way to close out games.)
22nd Hitting / 21st Pitching/ 29th Fielding

24. Mexico City Las Lluvias (53-76) (Previous Week – 21) Down 3 spots from last week. Team went 7-13 during the week. (The Lluvias have aloud 82 inherited runners to score so far this season, that’ the most in the National League.)
16th Hitting / 28th Pitching / 28th Fielding

25. Charlotte Golden Knights (56-73) (Previous Week – 25) No movement from last week. Team went 10-10 during the week. (The Knights have 233 doubles on the season, that’s the most in the league.)
12th Hitting / 31st Pitching / 17th Fielding

26. Dover Death Dealers Knuckle Heads (50-79) (Previous Week – 24) Down 2 spots from last week. Team went 6-14 during the week. (Don’t think this is the logo you where looking for. Welcome to the Knuckle Head Club.)
25th Hitting / 25th Pitching / 15th Fielding

27. Atlanta Jets (49-80) (Previous Week – 26) Down 1 spot from last week. Team went 9-11 during the week. (Team is no desperate for offense right now, there giving away raffle tickets to any fans that show up for home games. If they call your number on your ticket, you will be a pinch hitter sometime during the game.)
32nd Hitting / 15th Pitching / 12th Fielding

28. Las Vegas Whales (53-76) (Previous Week – 28) No movement from last week. Team went 10-10 during the week. (The Whales pitcher have picked off 7 base runners so far this season, that’s tied for the most in the National League.)
29th Hitting / 20th Pitching / 25th Fielding


THE HOPELESS TEAMS
29. Rochester »»»Rubber Duckies««« (45-84) (Previous Week – 29) No movement from last week. Team went 7-13 during the week. (The Duckies have 165 stolen bases so far on the season, that’s the most in the American League.)
28th Hitting / 30th Pitching / 24th Fielding

30. Augusta Nationals (48-81) (Previous Week – 31) Up 1 spot from last week. Team went 12-8 during the week. (The Nationals have 117 errors so far in the season, that’s the most in the league.)
31st Hitting / 24th Pitching / 30th Fielding

31. Philadelphia Stallones (46-83) (Previous Week – 30) Down 1 spot from last week. Team went 7-13 during the week. (The Stallones catchers have allowed 21 passed balls so far this season, that’s the most in the league.)
30th Hitting / 27th Pitching / 19th Fielding

32. Hartford Whalers (42-87) (Previous Week – 32) Down 2 spots from last week. Team went 12-8 during the week. (See call you a Knuckle Head last week and then you have your best week of the season. Good job Whalers.)
15th Hitting / 32nd Pitching / 21st Fielding

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