MLB Power Rankings: Robinson Cano and the 25 Best Players in the AL East

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MLB Power Rankings: Robinson Cano and the 25 Best Players in the AL East
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With Boston's offseason spending spree and Tampa Bay's everything-must-go jumble sale, one can make a pretty good stab at how the AL East will play out in 2011.

The Yankees and Red Sox will fight it out for the top spot, the Blue Jays and Rays will compete for third and fourth and the Orioles will still languish at the bottom.

Obviously, any of the bottom three could make a run to the postseason as the Rays did in 2008, but it would be a staggering turnaround.

At first glance, this article may appear overloaded with players from Boston and New York but bear in mind, there is a simple reason they will be the favorites for the AL pennant: they have the best players.

If the O's had more players on this list, they would not have had 13 consecutive losing seasons.

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