POWER RANKINGS: California League

WEEK TEN

1. Lancaster (35-23) — JetHawks running into red-hot Ports, had won 7 of last 8

2. San Jose (35-23) — Giants 22-8 on the road but just 4-6 over their last 10 games

3. Stockton (32-26) — Ports have won five consecutive, within three games in North race

4. Visalia (32-26) — Rawhide have lost four in a row, missing prime opportunity to stake claim

5. Inland Empire (30-28) — Sixers get homer from Peter Bourjos in big win on Tuesday night

6. High Desert (28-30) — Mavericks 18-12 at home, 10-18 on road and looking rather average

7. Modesto (27-31) — Nuts survive late rally, hang on to beat Giants on Tuesday night

8. Rancho Cucamonga (27-31) — Quakes have lost 7 of their last 9 games, including loss to 66ers

9. Bakersfield (23-35) — Blaze 17 games worse than at same point last season

10. Lake Elsinore (21-37) — Storm have won six straight, threatening to climb out of cellar

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3 Responses to “POWER RANKINGS: California League”
  1. You went straight by the records! How about adjusting rankings based on how hot teams are and not just overall record? Lake Elsinore is hot right now and shouldn’t be ranked 10th. I’d also take San Jose No. 1. They’re doing that in the much tougher division than Lancaster

    • Dennis Pope says:

      Maybe next week I’ll be more biased, like you. And Lake Elsinore!? Until the Storm’s recent streak they were so far in the cellar rats were afraid to go there. As far as Lancaster vs. San Jose, tie goes to the champs.

  2. Jacob says:

    Lancaster has a much better run differential than San Jose. Plus, San Jose was just swept by Stockton if you want to go based on streakiness.

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