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Originally published Saturday, August 11, 2012 at 4:13 PM

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Larry Stone's MLB power rankings

Last week's rankings in parentheses Team 1 Nationals (4) Not only did Bernadina make killer catch to save game, he stuck his landing 2 Rangers...

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Last week's rankings in parentheses

Team
1 Nationals (4) Not only did Bernadina make killer catch to save game, he stuck his landing
2 Rangers (2) Tyler Moore can take a nothing game and suddenly make it all seem worthwhile
3 Yankees (3) Many don't like John Sterling's HR call for Ichiro, but we may never hear it again
4 Reds (1) Aroldis Chapman by himself is nastier than the Nasty Boys ever were
5 Braves (5) If Chipper Jones decides to play next year, does he have to return all his gifts?
6 Pirates (8) This year, the "M" in MVP stands for "McCutchen"
7 Giants (11) Since the All-Star break, Posey is putting up Bondsian numbers
8 White Sox (6) Humber throws 1-2-3 inning in relief, insists it's another perfect game
9 A's (9) Where's Mike Norris when you really need him?
10 Cardinals (10) Jon Jay and Allen Craig desperately searching for a last name
11 Tigers (13) If it weren't for one guy, Cabrera would win AL MVP in a trout, er, rout
12 Rays (14) Whoa, Upton brothers reach 100 HR on same night (cue "Double Rainbow" reaction)
13 Orioles (16) Manny Machado, 20, called up; can 19-year-old Dylan Bundy be far behind?
14 Dodgers (12) Only "Dream Team" now acknowledged by Magic Johnson is 1988 Dodgers
15 Angels (7) Yeah, Bolt's fast and all, but bet he can't go first to third like Trout
16 Diamondbacks (15) Best deadline pickup: Chris Johnson (five HR, 16 RBI in first 10 games)
17 Red Sox (17) Too bad Boston's only Achilles' heel isn't Big Papi's Achilles heel
18 Mets (19) Jason Bay joins Barry Zito on the "Mariners lucky he turned them down" list
19 Blue Jays (18) In 1st 5 games with Jays, Delabar gives up 1 hit, with 8 K's, in 4-2/3 scoreless innings
20 Brewers (24) Mike Fiers (1.82 ERA in 12 starts) has been a rare find for Brewers this year
21 Phillies (23) Phillies aren't going to repeat. Their only hope now is to re-tweet
22 Marlins (22) Who needs Hanley Ramirez when you have Justin Ruggiano?
23 Indians (20) Ubaldo going for Triple Crown. He leads AL in wild pitches, walks and losses
24 Mariners (21) Mariners lobbying to institute "coach pitch" format next season
25 Twins (25) Listen, my children, and you shall hear, of the 21-game hit streak of Ben Revere
26 Padres (26) Few realize O'Malley bought Padres so he could move them to Brooklyn
27 Royals (28) KC calls up LHP Francisley Bueno. Everyone agrees it's a good move
28 Cubs (27) Listen to a story 'bout a man named Jed, a poor GM who went where Theo led
29 Rockies (29) Can we safely conclude Rockies have lost their World Series momentum?
30 Astros (30) Astros have dedicated their season to the 1899 Cleveland Spiders

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