Perennial NL East Powerhouses: New York Yankees, Boston Red Sox, and the Tampa Bay Rays (since dropping the Devil).
The lack of Toronto Blue Jays and Baltimore Orioles from the group is for obvious reasons...they just haven't been all that good recently. But recently is relative, because this season the Blue Jays are off to a torrid 24-17 start and are absolutely killing the baseball. Currently the Jays sit atop the MLB with 65 homeruns and 105 doubles, which is a good distance from the next closest team (+10/HR & +14/2B). Add in their triples total (6) and that's a whopping 176 extra base hits which helps them top baseball with a .466 slugging percentage and be third in runs scored with 212. Their power source is provided by an unassuming foursome: a rejuvenated Vernon Wells (14 2B, 11 HR), an unwanted shortstop Alex Gonzalez (15 2B, 10 HR), a utility player Jose Bautista (9 2B, 11 HR), and cast aside catcher John Buck (11 2B, 8 HR). Perhaps it's time to start taking this squad seriously.