2021 MLB Power Rankings: New No. 1?

30. Detroit Tigers (8-21)

This Week: @ Boston (3), vs. Minnesota (3)

The 2021 Tigers are not very good at baseball. After a surprising (and fun) 6-6 start to the year, Detroit has lost 15-of-17. During their terrible stretch, the Tigers have been shutout six times — including three times last week — and have scored two or fewer runs 13 times. It may be time to start calling up the top prospects and give the fanbase something to cheer for.

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29. Colorado Rockies (10-18)

This Week: vs. San Francisco (3), @ St. Louis (3)

The Rockies may not be as bad as their record suggests, but things won’t get much better for the club in 2021. After winning back-to-back series over the Astros and Phillies, Colorado has dropped five of its last seven games. On the bright side, the club finally won its first two road games of the season! The team is now 2-11 away from Coors. The good news? The Rockies now enter a stretch of playing 10-of-13 at home.

Image Source: Patrick Breen-Arizona Republic