MLB Power Rankings 2024

Frank AmmiranteSenior Sports Writer
Last Updated: Jun 13, 2024

The 2024 MLB season is well underway, so be sure to check in on this page for our MLB Power Rankings.

These rankings will emphasize current performance while accounting for projections for the rest of the season.

You can think of them as a hierarchy of each team in MLB at this stage of the year, but remember — it’s not just going to be an order of each team’s record — that’s what standings are for.

So without further ado, let’s get right into our 2024 MLB Power Rankings.

MLB Odds are current as of June 13 from DraftKings Sportsbook.

MLB Power Rankings: All 30 Teams

RkTeamW-L RecordRecord since Last RkChange
1New York Yankees49-2121-6+4
2Philadelphia Phillies46-2116-80
3Baltimore Orioles45-2219-80
4Cleveland Guardians43-2317-7+4
5Los Angeles Dodgers42-2713-12-4
6Seattle Mariners40-3017-100
7Milwaukee Brewers40-2815-11+3
8Kansas City Royals39-3013-12+1
9Atlanta Braves35-309-17-6
10Minnesota Twins36-3212-15-4
11San Diego Padres37-3515-12+5
12San Francisco Giants34-3515-10+6
13Houston Astros31-3814-13+1
14Texas Rangers32-3510-14-3
15Toronto Blue Jays33-3514-13+2
16St. Louis Cardinals32-3414-9+8
17Cincinnati Reds33-3515-11+5
18Arizona Diamondbacks32-3612-13-3
19Boston Red Sox34-3412-14-7
20Chicago Cubs33-359-16-10
21Tampa Bay Rays32-3611-14-8
22Pittsburgh Pirates32-3513-11+1
23Detroit Tigers32-3511-14-4
24Washington Nationals32-3512-14-4
25New York Mets29-3710-15-4
26Los Angeles Angels26-4111-13+1
27Miami Marlins23-4411-12+1
28Oakland Athletics26-447-19-2
29Colorado Rockies24-4410-16-2
30Chicago White Sox17-524-220

MLB Power Rankings: Moving Up

St. Louis Cardinals (+8)

The Cardinals are currently 32-34 with a -39 run differential, but they have been one of the hottest teams in MLB for the last month.

St. Louis has gone 14-9 since my last update, putting themselves back into the NL Wild Card race.

This is a team that has gotten terrific pitching from Sonny Gray, while their bats have finally come around.

Young players like Nolan Gorman and Alec Burleson have been two of the catalysts behind this hot streak.

Cincinnati Reds (+5)

The Reds are 33-35 with a +15 run differential due to a recent hot streak where they have won eight of their last 10 games.

Cincinnati was always better than their record earlier in the year, so it’s nice to see them get on track.

Veterans like Jeimer Candelario are finally starting to perform at expectations, which has boosted the offense during this stretch.

This is a young and exciting team that should remain in the mix for the rest of the year.

New York Yankees (+4)

The Yankees have been scorching hot since my last update, winning 21 of 27 games during this stretch.

It’s amazing to see how good their pitching has been without Gerrit Cole, especially Luis Gil and Carlos Rodon.

With Cole coming back soon, it’s time to declare the Bronx Bombers as the best team in baseball.

New York looks like World Series favorites right now, even though they aren’t price that way in the betting markets.

MLB Power Rankings: Moving Down

Chicago Cubs (-10)

The Cubs are 33-35 with a -16 run differential, but they have gone 9-16 since my last update.

This includes losing three of four games at Cincinnati and Milwaukee.

While I think this team is better than what they’ve shown recently, it’s going to be tough to stay in playoff contention with the way the other NL Central teams are playing.

Atlanta Braves (-6)

The Braves have gone 9-17 since the last power rankings, losing Ronald Acuna Jr. for the season.

It’s terrible to see a World Series contender lose their best player to go along with their NL Cy Young favorite in Spencer Strider.

Atlanta remains a contending team, but it’s starting to look like this is not their year.

Los Angeles Dodgers (-4)

The Dodgers have looked beatable since my last update, putting up a modest 13-12 record.

Their lineup has been top-heavy this season.

The bottom of the order hasn’t done enough to complement the big five of Mookie Betts, Shohei Ohtani, Freddie Freeman, Will Smith, and Teoscar Hernandez.

This team is still among the favorites, but they may need to make a move to add more depth to the offense, which is crazy to type as you read their lineup card, but it’s the truth.


Frank Ammirante

Frank Ammirante is a Senior Sports Writer at The Game Day. Previously, he wrote for 4for4 Football and RotoBaller. Frank is a member of the Fantasy Sports Writer's Association while maintaining an active presence within the community. He has competed in industry contests like the Scott Fish Bowl, The Great Fantasy Baseball Invitational, and more. Frank will be making his debut in Tout Wars this year. He's got a diverse sporting background, but specializes in football and baseball.

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