MLB.com has released the power rankings that have changed in a new week.
MLB.com put the Tampa Bay Race, which ran 9 consecutive wins from the opening on the 11th (Korean time) to the Oakland match on the 10th, at the top of the power rankings.
Tampa Bay, which was in 11th place last week, jumped to first place with a winning streak. On the 10th, against Auckland, they won 11-0 and continued their winning streak.
MLB.com noted that “Tampa Bay had the best start in history.” Tampa Bay tied the record for the most consecutive wins (2003) set by the Kansas City Royals since the implementation of the wild card system in 1995.
After Tampa Bay, the Atlanta Braves were second and the Los Angeles Dodgers were third. The Dodgers suffered three shocking losses against Arizona from the 8th to the 10th, and were pushed from 1st to 3rd in the National League West with 5 wins and 5 losses in 10 games.
In particular, on the 9th and 10th, they gave up 23 runs. The mound collapsed. At least, we are fighting for rankings with the power of the other line. MLB.com said, “The Dodgers are first in the National League in home runs, runs scored, and slugging percentage.”
In addition, MLB.com said,스포츠토토 “It is familiar that the Dodgers are in the top 5. But it’s not a good start by LA standards. It is because of the mound,” he said.
The New York Yankees, with Aaron Judge, are in 4th place, and the San Diego Padres, with Ha-Sung Kim, are in 5th place. After that, Houston, Toronto, Milwaukee, New York Mets and Minnesota Twins followed in the top 10.