The first ever Wrigleyville power rankings are here! While this edition is based pretty much off of wins, future installments will take more into account.
While they have the best record in the league, there appears to be trouble in Kickapoo paradise, winning only 17 of their last 20.
Big chance for the Crabbers to make a statement in their next series: four straight AT San Francisco.
Tough stretch leading up to the break, hosting Tampa, San Juan, and Tucson for a combined 10 straight.
Hit a rough patch of late, losing six of their last 11.
After finishing up with Charleston, the Moonbats have a mildly difficult 7 game road trip against Boston and Jackson.
Since the trade offers don't appear to be flying in, Tucson is probably wishing they had Mercado back for the upcoming trip to Kansas City.
Losing seven of their last 12 isn't going to help the Moose catch up to streaking San Juan.
Hosting St. Louis and Hartford for the final seven before the break should help pad the win column for Memphis.
The Posse appears to have recovered from the recent beatings it took at the hands of San Juan, Syracuse, Helena, and Hartford.
Going 4-7 against the likes of Portland, St. Louis, and Indianapolis wipes out the Turkeys' decent interleague showing.
Wins have been hard to come by of late in Indy (6-10 in last 16). Luckily, Boston has lost ground to help the Indians' cause.
Going 8-12 in the last 20 is brutal. Kicking off the second half against Fargo and St. Louis should help South Siders forget about that.
Baaaaahstin will try to limp into the break with some dignity (Helena and Albuquerque will try to prevent that).
The Justice got hot for five games…and then they got cold for five more. Things could be looking up again with Hartford coming to town.
Getting to play Wichita and Trenton for 7 of the first 14 after the break doesn't mean much when the other 7 are San Fran and Tucson.
Winners of 8 of the last 11, the Pandemonium could be looking great with the Howlers and Rattlers up next on the schedule.
The Toyotas are still trying to figure out if they're rebuilding or trying to compete. Maybe some soul searching in Tampa and Trenton will help.
Playing host to Syracuse and Vancouver after a trip to Tucson doesn't help anyone…except maybe the Moose and Totems.
Look for the Tobacco Farmers to catch fire going to the break. Fargo and San Diego are coming to town.
The Wind has the luxury of New Orleans and Toledo leading up to the break. Good thing, there could be some turbulence after.
The Howlers are trying to regain the momentum from the sweeps (plural) of Las Vegas and Jackson, but Portland could ruin it.
Who made the Crushers' schedule? A ten game road trip leading up to the break could lead to serious jetlag.
A split in Chicago could help the Rattlers forget about that nasty showing in Charleston.
I wonder if Milwaukee has promotional day t-shirts reading "We spent $100 million and all we got was third in the division."
The Christian Beavers should be praying hard…they start the second half with eight straight against Syracuse and San Juan.
Winners of their last five, the Salmonbellies have momentum with the Indians coming to town.
Losing Jamison might not seem as bad (in the short term) with Wichita and Seattle up next.
The Supersonics got hot for a bit (7-3). Then they went to San Juan. Going to Charlotte next could ease the pain.
It's tough at the bottom. At Charleston and Nashville before the break. Chicago and Portland after.
Losing nine of your last ten hurts. Look on the bright side: early draft pick in season 12.
The Chimps have had a tough road lately, playing San Juan, Tucson and San Francisco all right before the break.
Well, if you turn your monitor upside-down, Trenton's in first! It won't be true, but they could at least feel better about things for a moment or two.