For regular followers of my weekly MLB power rankings who expect them to be released every Monday during the regular season, this week is a bit of an anomaly. Having done my team-by-team analysis just last week, it seemed a bit redundant to write comments on my top 10 teams with each team having only played a handful of games.

Starting next Monday, April 18, the rankings will be released on Mondays. As for this week, here are my power rankings:

1. San Francisco Giants (2-2, No. 2 last week)
2. New York Mets (3-2, No. 3)
3. Houston Astros (3-1, No. 5)
4. Toronto Blue Jays (3-1, No. 7)
5. Atlanta Braves (2-3, No. 1)
6. Los Angeles Dodgers (1-2, No. 4)
7. Tampa Bay Rays (3-1, No. 10)
8. New York Yankees (2-2, No. 9)
9. Chicago White Sox (2-1, No. 8)
10. Boston Red Sox (1-3, No. 6)
11. St. Louis Cardinals (2-1, No. 11)
12. Seattle Mariners (2-2, No. 12)
13. San Diego Padres (4-1, No. 14)
14. Philadelphia Phillies (3-1, No. 15)
15. Kansas City Royals (2-2, No. 18)
16. Cleveland Guardians (2-2, No. 16)
17. Detroit Tigers (2-2, No. 17)
18. Milwaukee Brewers (1-3, No. 13)
19. Minnesota Twins (2-2, No. 19)
20. Chicago Cubs (2-1, No. 22)
21. Cincinnati Reds (2-2, No. 23)
22. Miami Marlins (1-3, No. 21)
23. Los Angeles Angels (2-3, No. 20)
24. Texas Rangers (1-3, No. 24)
25. Oakland Athletics (2-2, No. 25)
26. Colorado Rockies (3-1, No. 30)
27. Washington Nationals (2-3, No. 27)
28. Arizona Diamondbacks (1-3, No. 26)
29. Pittsburgh Pirates (1-2, No. 29)
30. Baltimore Orioles (1-3, No. 28)

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