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Joshua Mayers’ power rankings

Joshua Mayers ranks the MLS teams. RankTeamComment1. (2)Real Salt LakeJavier Morales hat trick has team unbeaten in 10 games; MLS record to start season is 12.2. (3)Sporting K.C.GK Eric Kronberg has fit in seamlessly as a starter with four shutouts in last five games.3. (7)New EnglandDiego Fagundez


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Joshua Mayers’ power rankings
Last week’s rankings in parentheses
RankTeamComment
1 (2)Real Salt LakeJavier Morales hat trick has team unbeaten in 10 games; MLS record to start a season is 12.
2 (3)Sporting K.C.GK Eric Kronberg has fit in seamlessly as a starter with four shutouts in last five games.
3 (7)New EnglandDiego Fagundez scored twice in 5-0 rout of Seattle, has MLS-record 19 goals as teenager.
4 (1)Sounders FCCharacter that has been lauded all year will be tested following the franchise’s worst loss.
5 (6)VancouverSeemingly has a wealth of young attacking talent; this time Erik Hurtado starred up front.
6 (5)ColoradoSnowy conditions at home vs. a team from California looked to be a benefit — it wasn’t.
7 (13)D.C. UnitedAlready has more wins (4) than last year (3), and just broke 21-game road winless drought.
8 (4)FC DallasFour-straight L’s ties a team record; even worse, Hendry Thomas (leg) is out 6 to 8 weeks.
9 (9)HoustonRookie Mark Sherrod made quite an impact in his first MLS start, scoring twice vs. RSL.
10 (8)N.Y. Red BullsBradley Wright-Phillips netted his second hat trick to take Golden Boot lead with 9 goals.
11 (10)L.A. GalaxyRobbie Keane has five goals in six games, though Landon Donovan’s drought continues.
12 (12)Toronto FCCombination of losing streak and bye weeks has the hyped Reds winless since April 5.
13 (15)San JoseCould be without four starters Saturday in Seattle due to int’l call-ups and suspensions.
14 (18)ChicagoUp-and-comer Harrison Shipp became just the league’s fourth rookie to net a hat trick.
15 (11)ColumbusOffense has gone missing: No goals in 321 minutes is one of the longest droughts this year.
16 (19)Chivas USAMarvin Chavez, right after being traded from Rapids, torched his ex-team in 3-1 win.
17 (16)PortlandMade a move before the close of the transfer window, bringing in Nigerian Fanendo Adi.
18 (14)PhiladelphiaThe franchise’s worst winless streak has reached nine games after third straight loss.
19. (17)MontrealWill be happy not to face K.C. again until July 12, having lost last two by 7-0 combined.


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