POWER RANKINGS: California League


1. Visalia (42-28) — Rawhide dominant at home in winning 1st Half North Division title.

2. Rancho Cucamonga (41-29) — Quakes shook up South Division en route to 1st Half title.

3. Stockton (38-32) — Ports were on schedule at the half, winning 9 of their last 10.

4. High Desert (37-32) — Mavericks’ bats got going in June along with that summer wind.

5. Lancaster (37-33) — JetHawks lost final four 1st Half games to cede 2nd in South.

6. Inland Empire (34-35) — Sixers’ consistency issues triggering sub-.500 team.

7. Modesto (33-37) — Nuts were lucky from the onset but couldn’t erase nine-game gap.

8. Lake Elsinore (31-39) — Storm went from contenders to 1st Half pretenders.

9. San Jose (30-40) — Giants were the league’s worst 1st Half road team at 12-23.

10. Bakersfield (26-44) — Blaze cooled in time for real fires to emerge across the state.

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