It’s no secret that baseball personality Keith Law enjoys administering healthy doses of snark in both his columns for ESPN.com and on Twitter. While humourous to many, his barbs tend to rub certain elements of each team’s fan base the wrong way.

Those personally offended by Law’s take can most accurately be described by whatever words you would normally use to simultaneously express superiority and disdain. Personally, I choose to refer to them as unwashed mouth breathers who dare to eat at The Olive Garden.

Nonetheless,┬áseveral┬átimes a day, Law’s wry comments are misconstrued as being blatantly biased, with the common connotation being that his opinions are tainted by a deep seeded hatred of the team on which he’s commenting.

His defense of such accusations is likely best summed up by the infamous W.C. Fields’ quote:

I am free of all prejudice. I hate everyone equally.

So, without further ado, may I present to you, in order, the top thirty baseball teams that Keith Law hates:

1. Arizona Diamondbacks
1. Atlanta Braves
1. Baltimore Orioles
1. Boston Red Sox
1. Chicago White Sox
1. Chicago Cubs
1. Cinncinnati Reds
1. Cleveland Indians
1. Colorado Rockies
1. Detroit Tigers
1. Houston Astros
1. Kansas City Royals
1. Los Angeles Angels
1. Los Angeles Dodgers
1. Miami Marlins
1. Milwaukee Brewers
1. Minnesota Twins
1. New York Mets
1. New York Yankees
1. Oakland Athletics
1. Philadelphia Phillies
1. Pittsburgh Pirates
1. San Diego Padres
1. San Francisco Giants
1. Seattle Mariners
1. St. Louis Cardinals
1. Tampa Bay Rays
1. Texas Rangers
1. Toronto Blue Jays
1. Washington Nationals

Honourable mention: Yuma Scorpions.

Less objectively, the thirty way tie could also be summed up like this:

1. Your favourite team.
2. Every other team.