2013 MLB Power Rankings – Week 4

2013 MLB Power Rankings - Week 4
April 18, 2013; Pittsburgh, PA, USA; Atlanta Braves second baseman Dan Uggla (26) greets Braves third baseman Chris Johnson (right) at home plate after Johnson hit a two run home run against the Pittsburgh Pirates during the third inning at PNC Park. Charles LeClaire-USA TODAY Sports

Where do we begin? Week four’s 2013 MLB Power Rankings are an anomaly. Just when you thought the Rockies would fall to earth, they’re 13-4. Mike Trout is starting to keep pace with Bryce Harper in what looks like it’s going to be a ROY Act II performance on their collective behalf. The A’s and Braves aren’t going anywhere, and the Red Sox, despite the tragedy on Boylston St., have managed to continue their winning ways into week 4.

Things are not evening out the way many thought they would, to say the least. At the same time, it’s only week 4. If there’s anything consistent in the MLB power rankings through the first four weeks, it’s the fact that analysts and baseball minds were correct on their predictions for Houston, Miami, and a handful of other teams. Look at the bright side; there’s nowhere to go but up, unless you’re the Braves.

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