As baseball hits the midway point, let’s rank the MLB teams

The New York Yankees (obviously) are atop the MLB rankings at the All Star Break, largely because they're on track to win 115 games this season. Things are bit muddled once you look past the Big Apple.



July 18, 2022 - 2:12 PM

Aaron Judge of the New York Yankees hits his second home run of the game in the fifth inning against the Chicago Cubs at Yankee Stadium on June 11. Photo by (Mike Stobe/Getty Images/TNS)

Outside of the regression of the Chicago White Sox and Toronto Blue Jays and the rise of the Baltimore Orioles, the 2022 season hasn’t seen too many huge surprises.

The preseason favorites — the Los Angeles Dodgers, New York Yankees and Houston Astros — have dominated their respective divisions, while rebuilding teams such as the Cincinnati Reds, Oakland A’s and Chicago Cubs remain bottom-feeders.

With the All-Star break on deck, it’s time to update our rankings for the first time since the start of the season. 

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