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Tuesday, May 29, 2007 - Page updated at 09:07 PM

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Larry Stone's MLB power rankings

Last week's ranking in parentheses

Team
1 Boston (1) Boston fans still haven't forgiven Braves for leaving town
2 Mets (4) Little-known interleague fact: Mets, Yankees play for the Buttafuoco Cup
3 Atlanta (3) New owners to give Aaron more prominent role; how about starting right fielder?
4 Cleveland (6) Fausto has replaced Rafael as the best Carmona in baseball history
5 Milwaukee (2) Reeling Brewers starting to get that Rob Deer In the Headlights look
6 Detroit (5) Andrew Miller has a chance to be the next Tim Lincecum
7 Dodgers (7) Is it just me, or does it seem like Rudy Seanez has been pitching since 1978?
8 Angels (13) Shea Hillenbrand has been the Angels' DN: Designated Non-Hitter
9 San Diego (8) Padres have their own assault on 755 ... but enough about Tony Gwynn's weight
10 White Sox (14) Guillen's lineup card comes with "Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics" label
11 Arizona (9) David Stern suspends Chad Tracy and Eric Byrnes for booing Robert Horry
12 Oakland (12) You can see it coming: Custmania
13 San Francisco (11) It's now clear what's needed to spice up the Bonds case: Greg LeMond
14 Philadelphia (22) Phils' players have asked for June 10 off to watch final episode of "The Sopranos"
15 Houston (19) RHP Borkowski similar to RHP Borowski, only with a higher K ratio
16 Seattle (15) Where's Richie Sexson when you really need him?
17 Minnesota (10) Where the women are strong, the men good-looking, and Santana is above average
18 Cubs (17) Say it in your Dennis Green angry voice: "The Cubs are who we thought they were!"
19 Yankees (16) Clemens changes mind, says he'd rather play for AL East contender ... like Tampa Bay
20 Florida (18) Stadium deal falls through, Marlins threaten move to Key West for spring break
21 Tampa Bay (26) Disney World games such a success, Rays will play series at Dollywood
22 St. Louis (23) Words you never thought you'd hear: Braden Looper, staff ace
23 Pittsburgh (25) Pirates could use one more quality starter, someone like, oh, Oliver Perez
24 Toronto (27) Who needs Roy Halladay when you have Jesse Litsch?
25 Baltimore (20) Wonder if Earl Weaver is busy these days
26 Colorado (24) That Kansas City-Colorado rivalry just gets more bitter every year
27 Cincinnati (21) What reliever McBeth says to batter after a K: "Out, damned spot! Out, I say!"
28 Texas (28) Rangers in the night, exchanging losses ...
29 Kansas City (29) Wonder if Whitey Herzog is busy these days
30 Washington (30) Nationals announce that they're going to play this season as an independent

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