The state of the forces of Passion MLB: the White Sox take the lead


Already two months have passed since the start of this campaign. We can also see trends emerging. Charles-Alexis and your humble servant have therefore concocted a fourth state of forces for the 2021 season.

Let’s go!

1 – White Sox (2)

Probably the most consistent training since the start of the campaign.

2 – Giants (3)

It’s not clear how, but the Giants continue their momentum.

3 – Rays (11)

A streak of 15 wins in 16 games is extraordinary.

4 – Padres (4)

Fernando Tatis Jr. That’s it.

5 – Dodgers (5)

Much less consistency than expected, but still an excellent team.

6 – A’s (1)

Oakland sits at the top of its division, despite a +1 point differential.

7 – Red Sox (8)

We find quietly the team which is not yet aspiring to the great honors.

8 – Cubs (13)

A succession completely on fire in the last two weeks.

9 – Blue Jays (6)

Toronto leads the AHL in longballs and OPS.

10 – Food (12)

Despite all the injuries, the Mets surprise.

11 – Indians (14)

The Indians are taking advantage of the weakness of their division.

12 – Cardinals (7)

Jack Flaherty’s injury hurts.

13 – Astros (10)

The weakness of the relief pen will need to be addressed sooner rather than later.

14 – Yankees (9)

Getting swept up by the Tigers can’t push you up the leaderboard.

15 – Brewers (16)

A two-headed monster at the mound.

16 – Braves (17)

We are still waiting for this excellent training to wake up.

17 – Mariners (19)

Seattle continues to perform, despite the fact that April is over.

18 – Royals (21)

Good and bad stretches in Kansas City.

19 – Angels (20)

Mike Trout’s injury will not help the team’s failure.

20 – Phillies (15)

Ups, downs, ups, downs …

21 – Reds (18)

The launchers went from heroes to zero.

22 – Marlins (22)

A very bad streak that does not help them in the race for the playoffs.

23 – Twins (29)

Much better training than their record. Moreover, we see it in the last matches.

24 – Nationals (23)

Will Washington be a seller on the trade deadline?

25 – Tigers (27)

See row 14 and read the reverse.

26 – Rockies (30)

Unable (or almost) to win on the outside.

27 – Pirates (28)

A little renewal of life, but in vain.

28 – Rangers (24)

We expected it, but only a victory in their last 10 meetings.

29 – Diamondbacks (25)

An atrocious record in May.

30 – Orioles (26)

As Charles-Alexis says so well, it’s June and the Orioles don’t even have 20 wins.

See you in two weeks!

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