Most Underrated MLB Teams
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They are so underrated that you hardly see them in any of these lists it is just sad. They won the AL west last season yet nobody cares. Everyone pays attention to the Giants. They have won 9 world series, third in the whole league. The Giants have only won 7. and the A's have had a 20 game long win streak which is the record (AL I think) but anyways people don't notice how amazing this team is.
Unlike many teams on this list, the A's are world series contenders almost every year. They work with bottom five payroll every year. They are number 3 in world series titles as well. With Cespedes, Donaldson, and their sensational pitching staff and bullpen they should be division favorites. They are my world series favorite because they get really hot, really fast.
Will win there division. But world series would be a stretch,
I hate them but they are underrated - charlieyourbossV 1 Comment
Probably one of the best offenses out there just not the greatest pitching staff.
They have the pitching and defense. People just think they suck because they have no offense but when they get offense, they'll be tough. (they won 116 games too)
I like Seattle people think that they suck but they are very good even with no World Series wins there still great
The additions of Kendrys Morales & Michael Morse will add much needed offense to this line-up. They have a young core of talented players who could all continue improving this year. This includes Jesus Montero, Kyle Seager, Dustin Ackley, and Justin Smoak. They have one of the best defenses in baseball headlined by Brendan Ryan and a healthy Franklin Gutierrez. And finally, a capable pitching staff that includes King Felix. Don't count this team out. They'll surprise many baseball analysts this year.
KC barely got any credit in 2014-2015. All the comeback wins. Remember when they swept Oakland,Los Angeles, AND Baltimore to get to the World Series. They ALMOST Won it all and nobody saw it comingV 1 Comment
Every single season the Orioles are projected to come in either 4th or 5th. Writers sadly try to back up these picks with predictions that turn into completely incorrect events every season. 2014 was predicted as a last place finish and the os got to the alcs even with there weak pitching. Even more, the Orioles have one of the best batting line ups in the mlb with not one batter that can't hit over 15 home runs this season including the rookie Joey rickard. Our pitching has been off to a great start and that's what's going to be the make it or break it for us from being in 4th or 5th to the top two spots in the al east. We added trumbo and Alvarez to the home run crew and I believe manny mac hasp and Jonathan schoop will have their best seasons of their careers this season. Orioles and Jay's for the top two spots
Pitching, defense, not consistent offense but when they do, watch out!V 3 Comments
I remember finding out these guys were the least popular MLB team and being really surprised. Come on, people. Just because they aren't from the US doesn't mean they're a bad team.
its just because there canadian everybody forgets how they do really have done well in the tough AL east every year since 2006 - proxYgen
The Blue Jays have Drake. He needs a One Dance like the Blue Jays need more rings. - GlobStudios
They have really changed the team in 2012, with new veterans (ex. Darren Oliver), and young guys with big potential (ex. Brett Lawrie). The pitching rotation is very young and in a few years I think they have a shot at their 3rd World Series title.V 2 Comments
Despite having a very short and unsuccessful record the Metropolitians have had three seasons with more than one hundred wins. Combine that with four world series appearances and two world series victories. Along with many skilled players such as Matt Harvey, David Wright, Bobby Valentine, Johan Santana who pitched a No-Hitter in the 2012 season against the St. Louis Cardinals, etc. The Mets are a very underrated Ballclub.
Let's go Mets, let's win it all this year! - GlobStudios
Consider that they do play in a hitters ballpark, so that is where their offense comes from
The marlins won two world series with nobodies and are the only team in the world to have won a championship in every one of the franchises playoff appearances and yet they are always disrespected by the national media
The marlins have became so far this year 53-54 from last years 62-100 they also in 2014 have been in playoff contentionV 1 Comment
Why not? They have been hitting like madmen and have a solid record to prove it, but how often do you see them on ESPN? That's right... Never
Remember in 2015 when the held first place over the Royals for a full week of baseball? Remember when they beat the Texas Rangers 17-5 this year. Yeah.
I think the twins are the best teamV 2 Comments
The Nationals r on fire this season. They have the best record in the N.L East and lead by 5 or 6 games. Their 2015 and 2016 season has been amaizing.V 1 Comment
This should be number one! They trailed 3-1 in the world series against the Cleveland Indians and made a HUGE comeback to win the series 4-3. I don't see why people aren't still talking about this! P.S. they also became the 4th team in MLB history to win the series as an AWAY team. IN MLB HISTORY!V 1 Comment
Even underappreciated in the comments of a website about underappreciation.. That should tell you a lot.
Underrated ironically because they are overrated. Everyone thinks they suck and hates them because they won 27 world series (sorry I guess? ) but no one can deny, that in 2017, they have the best farm system in baseball. Not to mention Masahiro Tanaka, whom has better stats than Chris Sale, yet Chris Sale gets so much more paraise than him. Yankees world series champs 2018. You heard it here first
Seriously? Underrated? They are overrated. - Juniorxtrm
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List StatsUpdated 23 Jan 2017
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