The easy ones are the Red Sox, Rangers and Yankees. I don't see how those 3 aren't near the top. I'm obviously talking for fantasy purposes as if you take the Rangers out of that park they might not make the top 3 anymore.
After those 3 there aren't really just 2 teams in my opinion. The Cubs, Dodgers and Phillies all will have very strong lineups but are handcuffed a bit by being in the NL. The Rockies are probably in this bracket because of their park as well. The Rays, Orioles and Indians are probably the next best in the AL and belong in here.
Then you get the next group which includes overachievers like the Blue Jays(I'm not buying them longterm) and overrated offenses like the Tigers. Teams like the Angels and White Sox who scored more than I would have expected last year and maybe they repeat it. It won't surprise me if the Mets, Diamondbacks or Braves jump up to that next level either and if Hart and Hall keep up what they are doing this year I have to think the Brewers are in this mix. Any team in this tier could easily jump up to the 2nd one. Cardinals and Reds probably belong in here too.
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