Tag: Weekly Team Power Rankings

Nomads Still In Control After 2 Weeks

The Toronto Nomads are still in control of the weekly power rankings after the second week of baseball concluded yesterday, and no one is more surprised than the Nomads and their fans.

Expecting to just toy with .500 this season, the team has jumped to a hot start, first on the back of shutdown pitching, and now with the hot bat of right fielder Adam Russillo, who is firing on all cylinders. Continue reading “Nomads Still In Control After 2 Weeks”

Nomads Surge in First Week’s Power Rankings

The Toronto Nomads opened 2018 with a surprisingly strong surge, leading the Bull League in wins with 7 after the first eight games of the season.

Division rival Boston remains close behind – just ½ a game away – with a 6-1 record, after their Wednesday night game in Detroit was scratched due to weather. Continue reading “Nomads Surge in First Week’s Power Rankings”

FRL Week #3: Sluggers Maintain Control

The Clearwater Sluggers are maintaining their stranglehold on the Florida Rookie League after three weeks, topping the weekly team power rankings with 152.1 points. The Miami Motorheads have been unable to close the gap, sitting at second with 135.6 points.

In terms of win-loss records, the Sluggers are at 16-4 (.800), while Miami trails at 14-6 (.700). Continue reading “FRL Week #3: Sluggers Maintain Control”

Weekly Team Power Rankings, Week #15

Here are the current team power rankings for Bull Baseball League:

Teams (Total Points, Tendency):
1) Seattle Salts (127.7, +)
2) Anchorage Aces (115.8, -)
3) Montreal Metros (111.8, -)
4) Ohio Oxen (110.6, o)
5) Jacksonville Ravens (108.8, +)
6) Calgary Inferno (101.9, -)
7) Boston Brawlers (99.9, o)
8) Rimouski Fighting Moose (97.7, o)
9) New York Dragons (94.9, o)
10) Denver Danger (88.1, +)
11) Norfolk Sharks (88.0, -)
12) Nevada Speeders (87.2, +)
13) Chicago Pit Bulls (81.2, ++)
14) Detroit Motorheads (79.3, ++)
15) Battle Creek Attack (78.1, -)
16) Kingston Cannons (77.1, –)
17) Dallas Deputies (76.3, -)
18) Toronto Nomads (72.2, o)
19) California Tidals (50.6, o)
20) Arizona Cowboys (46.7, o)


The Seattle Salts executed a perfect week, going 6-0 since last Monday and driving themselves into position to take the division pennant at the same time. Pitching was the word of the week as the Salts swept the California Tidals over a three game series that included two shutouts. Then, the Salts went to Arizona where they kicked off a four-game series with three wins. Game four goes ahead tonight.

Closer Adam Fitzpatrick picked up another 3 saves, and has now run his saves streak to 31 games without a blown save since August 28, 2016. Starter Adam Price picked up wins against both California and Arizona, including a 3-hit, 2-0 shutout against the Tidals.

After closing their Arizona series tonight, the Salts are home to the Anchorage Aces, who are currently one game behind them in the standings, and fighting to retake the division lead as the season reaches its close with one more full week of baseball left to play.