While everybody loves to see their favorite teams fight it out on rankings for on-paper roster supremacy, only a handful of teams really have good enough rosters to satisfy their fans with a generous ranking. Constant squabbles about claims that Team X is better than Team Y make it a messy affair unable to satisfy everybody.
While I don't claim that this divisional power ranking will not offend anyone, I will say that it will be refreshingly amusing to see bitter rivals come together to boast the collective talent of their division and form teams nearly as elite as the real All-Star teams. Fans and players who are normally at each other's throats can come together to fight for their division's superiority in an inspiring display of collaboration... or something like that.
So here's how it's going to go down: I will be making 25-man rosters for every division in baseball and then painstakingly ranking them on offense, fielding, starting pitching and relief pitching. These four categories, despite not being weighed equally, will, for the most part, reflect the overall ranking of the teams despite how tightly decided the rankings were, i.e. all the teams are way too good to rank easily.
So without further ado, let the rosterbation begin!