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MLB Power Guide
Week beginning April 17, 2017
American League
1. NY Yankees 50.6
2. Tampa Bay 49.7
3. Baltimore 49.7
4. Boston 49.4
5. Toronto 48.9
1. Minnesota 49.7
2. Kansas City 49.2
3. Cleveland 49.0
4. Detroit 48.7
5. Chicago WSox 48.3
1. Houston 50.4
2. Texas 49.6
3. Seattle 49.6
4. LA Angels 48.0
5. Oakland 47.7
National League
1. Miami 49.6
2. NY Mets 48.7
3. Philadelphia 48.0
4. Washington 48.0
5. Atlanta 47.3
1. Chicago Cubs 50.4
2. Pittsburgh 49.8
3. Milwaukee 49.6
4. Cincinnati 48.7
5. St. Louis 48.3
1. LA Dodgers 50.6
2. Colorado 48.8
3. Arizona 48.6
4. San Francisco 47.8
5. San Diego 46.9
How to use the ratings:
1. Add 6 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.
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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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