This article is part of our Weekly Hitter Rankings series.
After a week on no-hitter watch seemingly every night, scoring could pick up this week. Not only should the weather cooperate more, the aggregate pitching isn't nearly as strong this period.
Five teams enjoy the full seven-game week slate at home, including the Rockies, Astros, White Sox, Diamondbacks and Pirates. Three clubs play all seven on the road as the Reds, Royals and Marlins will be frequently dining on room service.
The Cubs, Mets and Dodgers are scheduled for just five games. Note, the Cubs are in American League parks, but with only five games, the extra playing for a designated hitter is likely wasted.
Week of May 10-16
Updated: Monday May 10 12:30 AM ET
MLB Hitting Rankings
KEY (100 neutral)
- HR LHB/HR RHB - Average HR Park Factors
- SB - Stolen Base Index
- P LHB/P RHB - Opposing pitcher quality index
- Runs - Runs scoring index
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