Parry’s Power Guide to Major League Baseball

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Major League Baseball
Week beginning June 26, 2012
American League
East
1. NY Yankees 
51.8
2. Boston  
51.2
3. Toronto
50.0
4. Baltimore
49.6
5. Tampa Bay
48.5
Central
 
1. Chicago WSox   
49.2
2. Cleveland      
48.2
3. Detroit        
47.9
4. Minnesota     
46.6
5. Kansas City    
46.2
West
 
1. Texas          
50.5
2. LA Angels      
50.4
3. Oakland        
49.3
4. Seattle       
49.1
National League
East
 
1. NY Mets        
51.3
2. Atlanta        
51.0
3. Washington    
50.6
4. Philadelphia   
47.6
5. Miami          
44.2
Central
 
1. St. Louis      
50.7
2. Pittsburgh     
49.4
3. Milwaukee      
49.0
4. Cincinnati     
48.0
5. Houston        
47.7
6. Chicago Cubs   
47.0
West
 
1. Arizona        
51.5
2. LA Dodgers     
50.0
3. San Francisco  
49.0
4. Colorado       
48.7
5. San Diego      
47.7
How to use the ratings:
1. Add 0.5 points to the home teams rating.
2. Pair the two teams that play each other.
3. The difference between the two ratings indicates the predicted margin of victory.
Copyright 2012 by Noland Parry
About the Author

Noland Parry

Parry’s Power Guide was created in 1979 by Utah native Noland Parry. It was first published in 1980 and is available for all sports, including pro and college football, pro and college basketball, soccer, hockey and Major League Baseball.

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