Power Rankings and More
I've posted a page with the projected standings, and these differ slightly from the standings I have shown in the blog posts of the last week. I've updated the recent signings, and run the pitchers again to account for new defensive configurations, and a few I have overlooked. Texas is the big beneficiary, going from 69 wins to 72, as I had added Omar to the lineup but had not added his glove (and Young's move to third) to the pitching projections.
In addition, I've ranked the teams from 1 to 30, if they were all playing the same schedule. The American League has better teams, so an 81 win team in the AL will rank higher than an 81 win team in the NL.
Also, Garret Anderson signs with the Braves. Good luck GA, you had a great career for the Angels. From the Angels point of view, they had to add better offensive production and did so with Abreu, but there are plenty of outfields Anderson can help, and I'm glad he found one in Atlanta. I'll be rooting for him and Kotchman this year.