2015 MLB Power Rankings: Tigers, Royals slug their way to the top

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Apr 12, 2015; Denver, CO, USA; Colorado Rockies shortstop Daniel Descalso (3) heads for home after a triple by second baseman DJ LeMahieu (not pictured) in the second inning against the Chicago Cubs at Coors Field. Mandatory Credit: Ron Chenoy-USA TODAY Sports

11. Colorado Rockies (4-2) – We all expect the Rockies to hit at Coors Field but what they did to the Brewers in Milwaukee was impressive. Nolan Arenado appears to be on his way to stardom if he can stay on the field all season.

12. Seattle Mariners (3-3) – The Mariners currently sit tied atop the AL West despite being in the bottom five in runs scored and ERA in the AL. Imagine how it will be once Robinson Cano, Nelson Cruz and Kyle Seager actually start hitting?

13. Chicago Cubs (3-2) – The Cubs have gone from the embarrassing bathroom issues on Opening Day to thrilling come back victories on the road. In other news, four more days until the likely major league debut of Kris Bryant.

14. Baltimore Orioles (3-3) – The Orioles have wasted no time showing they can hit without Cruz and Nick Markakis (major league best 11 homers). But can they go another year without an definitive ace in the rotation?

15. Oakland Athletics (3-4) – The A’s offense has been surprisingly good to start the year. The pitching has been as good as advertised as well. So how exactly is this group 3-4?

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