Galarraga is perfect in our book

Ray Allen broke a NBA Finals record, Rafael Nadal won the French Open and Ubaldo Jimenez banked his 11th win. But none of it was good enough to grab No. 1 this week in the "Cross-Sport Power Rankings."

This week's No. 1 spot was reserved for the man that was one correct call away from being the 21st member of the perfect game club. That's right, for the man who single-handedly ignited a plea for instant replay and made umpire Jim Joyce a trending topic on Twitter. For the man that smiled despite having his name unfairly omitted from the history books. Like Dallas Braden and Roy Halladay before him, the ever-classy Armando Galarraga is this week's No. 1 for throwing the first unofficial 28-out perfect game. And for that decision from the panel, there was no instant replay necessary.

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2010-11 Power Rankings: Week 7

Heating Up: Danny Briere, Robinson Cano, Mike Smith, Claude Giroux, Samantha Stosur

Newcomers: Armando Galarraga (No. 1), Francesca Schiavone (No. 9), Miguel Cotto (No. 12)

Notable dropouts: Dario Franchitti (No. 3), Ron Artest (No. 6), Paul Pierce (No. 8)