MLB Passion State of Strength: White Sox Approaching the Top
We have already reached a quarter of this campaign. Charles-Alexis and your humble servant have therefore concocted a third state of forces for you in 2021. We continue to go with a happy mix between the strength of the different teams and their start to the season.
1 – A’s (1)
Only the weakness of the White Sox opponents in the last two weeks puts Oakland in the lead.
2 – White Sox (7)
No one is slowing them down, not Tony La Russa or the injuries.
3 – Giants (3)
How long will they be able to hold out? The rotation will prove everything.
4 – Padres (5)
Despite the intrusion of COVID-19 into the team, they are continuing their momentum.
5 – Dodgers (6)
It is slowly being replaced in Los Angeles after a slump.
6 – Blue Jays (14)
No one seems to be able to stop this attack at this time.
7 – Cardinals (2)
Taking a sweep in front of the Padres makes them tumble.
8 – Red Sox (4)
It’s more difficult lately. And they will have big formations to face.
9 – Yankees (10)
Still offensive problems, but the succession continues to excel.
10 – Astros (15)
The resurgence of Jose Altuve does no harm.
11 – Rays (11)
Strikeouts, more strikeouts and more strikeouts.
12 – Food (21)
It’s very Mets to perform in the absence of Jacob deGrom and other key players.
13 – Cubs (19)
Nothing is less certain than their position on the trade deadline.
14 – Indians (12)
Jose Ramirez and Shane Bieber continue to be the pillars.
15 – Phillies (18)
Always up and down.
16 – Brewers (8)
It was less and less obvious to hold the fort without the services of Christian Yelich.
17 – Braves (20)
We are still waiting for Mike Soroka to return to Atlanta, if there is a return.
18 – Reds (22)
We see flashes, but what is the real value of this training?
19 – Mariners (13)
April has passed, everything is back to normal.
20 – Angels (25)
Amazing how the rotation problem recurs among the Angels.
21 – Royals (9)
It was too good to last. But the future is rosy.
22 – Marlins (27)
Quietly, but surely, the young fish gain experience.
23 – Nationals (17)
The Nationals have played fewer games so far, but the fickleness persists.
24 – Rangers (24)
A start to the season beyond expectations. Not easy to face them.
25 – Diamondbacks (16)
Back quietly to the shallows.
26 – Orioles (23)
We knew it wouldn’t be easy, we see it in action now.
27 – Tigers (30)
A little renewal of life lately.
28 – Pirates (28)
Pirates no longer win series.
29 – Twins (26)
What’s going on in Minnesota? Heads will roll and players will be compromised.
30 – Rockies (29)
Outside of Coors Field, the Rockies are struggling considerably.
See you in two weeks!