MLB Power Rankings 2021: Standings after All-Star break


There's a handful of big series this week across Major League Baseball.

The Giants and Dodgers open a four-game set Monday in Los Angeles with big implications for the NL West standings. San Francisco has led the division since May 31, but that lead over Los Angeles is down to a game.

Staying out west, the A's meet the Mariners in Seattle this weekend in a four-game series that could shake up the AL West. Entering Monday, the surprise Mariners trail Oakland by 2 1/2 games for second in the division.

And if you really want to think big picture, how's this for a potential World Series preview? The Brewers and White Sox play in Milwaukee this weekend, pitting two of the best starting rotations in baseball against one another. 

Sure, it's July, but we can dream, can't we?

Here's how all 30 teams stack up in the MLB Power Rankings after the All-Star break.

MLB Power Rankings 2021: Standings after All-Star break

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