MLB Power Rankings: How the 30 teams look after Opening Day series

Tim Stebbins
NBC Sports Chicago

We're nearing the one-week mark in the 60-game sprint of an MLB season. Several big-name players have gone done with injuries, while others - including more than a dozen Marlins - are sidelined following positive COVID-19 test results.

The health and wellness of those individuals is far more important than the on-field results we've seen thus far. MLB announced Tuesday there have been no other positive tests among the 6,400 conducted for on-field personnel for the other 29 teams since Friday. However, the Marlins games through Sunday have been postponed.
 
Commissioner Rob Manfred said in an interview with MLB Network Monday he's confident in the league's protocols. And while he said he doesn't put Miami's situation in a "nightmare" category, he said there's "certainly" a point where the league would shut down part or all of the 2020 schedule.

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Miami's situation is something to watch in the coming days. In the meantime, here's where the 30 teams stack up as they conclude a week of play. 

Here are the first MLB Power Rankings of the 2020 season.

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MLB Power Rankings: How the 30 teams look after Opening Day series originally appeared on NBC Sports Chicago

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