Ranking Major League Baseball Teams In 2020

April 8, 2020

Once baseball starts this is how it should all shake out. The New York Yankees will be the class of the American League. The COVID-19 gave the Yankees a chance to get healthy. Aaron Judge, Luis Severino, James Paxton and Aaron Hick, Gerrit Cole still awaits his debut as the Yankee ace but the rest of the league is happy right now. With the sign-stealing scandal ripping through the Houston Astros organization, they should fall off and the Tampa Bay Rays and Minnesota Twins should be right behind. Don’t forget the Oakland A’s who still could be a player in the playoff hunt as a wild card. Joe Madden and the Los Angels Angels who have made big moves could be a challenger. Not knowing how many games will be played in 2020 could open the playoffs to a team that can get hot at the right time.



  1. New York Yankees
  2. Tampa Bay Rays
  3. Boston Red Sox
  4. Toronto Blue Jays
  5. Baltimore Orioles


  1. Minnesota Twins
  2. Cleveland Indians
  3. Chicago White Sox
  4. Kansas City Royals
  5. Detroit Tigers


  1. Los Angeles Angels
  2. Oakland A’s
  3. Texas Rangers
  4. Houston Astros
  5. Seattle Mariners

The National League starts and should finish with the Los Angeles Dodgers. Although the Arizona DBacks are improved they will be a string wild card team. The Atlanta Braves could be the surprise team, they have been knocking at the door for the past few seasons. The St. Louis Cardinals proved they can run away with the central division with a Joe Maddenless Cubs team and a depleted Milwaukee team.



  1. Atlanta Braves
  2. Philadelphia Phillies
  3. Washington Nationals
  4. New York Mets
  5. Miami Marlins


  1. St. Louis Cardinals
  2. Milwaukee Brewers
  3. Cincinnati Reds
  4. Chicago Cubs
  5. Pittsburgh Pirates


  1. Los Angeles Dodgers
  2. Arizona Diamondbacks
  3. Colorado Rockies
  4. San Diego Padres
  5. San Francisco Giants

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