2015 MLB Power Rankings: Tigers, Royals slug their way to the top
Apr 7, 2015; Miami, FL, USA; Miami Marlins starting pitcher Mat Latos (35) reacts in the dugout after being taken out of the game during the first inning against the Atlanta Braves at Marlins Park. Mandatory Credit: Steve Mitchell-USA TODAY Sports
26. Texas Rangers (3-4) – Before the injury to Yu Darvish, a bounce back season for the Rangers wouldn’t have been much of a surprise. Now add Derek Holland to the 60 day DL and you have a rough season ahead in Texas.
27. New York Yankees (2-4) – The two highest ERAs for the Yankees’ pitching staff currently belong to CC Sabathia and Masahiro Tanaka. The Yankees also have the AL’s worst fielding percentage. And to top it all off, A-Rod has been their best player.
28. Miami Marlins (1-5) – A ridiculous spending spree this offseason has translated into a tie for baseball’s worst record for the Marlins. The rotation desperately needs Jose Fernandez and the offense has managed just one home run this season. Anybody know who hit it?
29. Milwaukee Brewers (1-5) – Any pitching staff that calls Kyle Lohse their ace is going to be bad. What makes matters worse is the Brewers’ offense has gotten off to a dreadful start.
30. Minnesota Twins (1-5) – The Twins have scored less and allowed more runs than any team in baseball. That’s really all that needs to be said here.