Not a lot has changed this week, especially because the Cubs remain world-beaters, Bryce Harper continues to hit baseballs into the seats and the Braves continue to lose games. To the rankings!
30. Atlanta Braves (LW: 30)
They're 4-11, which is the worst record in the majors. It might be hard to separate some teams this early, but not the Braves. They're still bad.
29. Minnesota Twins (LW: 29)
They've gone 5-3 since starting the season 0-8, so that's good in a sense. It'll be interesting to see what moving Miguel Sano to third does for the lineup.
28. San Diego Padres (LW: 27)
Taking 2 of 3 from the Pirates is impressive, although with the Pirates not playing well, it might not be an impressive series win much longer.
27. Miami Marlins (LW: 17)
Dropping 10 spots from last week is probably definitely an overreaction, but they ran into the Bryce Harper Homer machine this week, so here they are.
26. Philadelphia Phillies (LW 25)
They're knee deep in a rebuild, but is it possible that they're not as bad as people thought? J.P. Crawford is probably ready to play in the majors.
25. Colorado Rockies (LW: 28)
The Rockies win this week's edition of 'funny headlines that do a great job outlining how bad they are' with a great article titled "The Rockies are fighting hard but falling short."