As the MLB season presses on into June, a clear-cut favorite has still not emerged from either league, and there remains a large pack of teams hovering around the .500 mark.
Last week was a particularly strange one, as each of the top five teams from last week's rankings (Dodgers, Rangers, Nationals, Rays, Orioles) all posted losing records, while three of the bottom five teams (Twins, Rockies, Brewers) posted winning records.
That made for plenty of movement in this week's MLB power rankings, particularly at the top, where we have a new No. 1 and No. 2 team. Check back here each Monday morning for an updated look at where your favorite team stands.
*Note: Rosters taken from MLBDepthCharts.com