MLB Power Rankings 2021: Standings for 30 teams at Memorial Day

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MLB Power Rankings 2021: Standings at Memorial Day originally appeared on NBC Sports Chicago

We're through two months of the 2021 MLB season, and if the early portion of the schedule has taught us anything, it's that each division race could be tight all summer long.

Entering Monday, the White Sox and Mets were tied for the biggest division lead in baseball at 3 1/2 games. But none of the other division leaders are up by more than 1 1/2 games, and there's plenty of three-team (or even four-team) races brewing.

The White Sox and Cleveland are duking it out in the AL Central. The Cardinals, Cubs and Brewers are close in the NL Central.

The Rays, Red Sox, Yankees and Blue Jays each have at least a chance in the AL East, the league's strongest division so far.

The same is true of basically the entire NL East, which has been the most underwhelming division in all of baseball.

The A's and Astros are close in the AL West, while the Padres, Giants and Dodgers have been the three best NL teams at this point.

Parity is the name of the game through two months. Here's how all 30 teams stack up at the end of May.

MLB Power Rankings 2021: Standings at Memorial Day

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