2015 MLB Power Rankings: Rays, Marlins, Pirates streaking

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Apr 25, 2015; Denver, CO, USA; Colorado Rockies relief pitcher John Axford (66) delivers a pitch in the ninth inning against the San Francisco Giants at Coors Field. The Giants defeated the Rockies 5-4 in extra innings. Mandatory Credit: Ron Chenoy-USA TODAY Sports

Previous: 10th. Colorado Rockies. 13. team. 108. You get the feeling that it’s just a matter of time before the Colorado Rockies get left behind in the NL West. Their offensive numbers are impressive but they just don’t have the pitching to maintain.. (10-8)

Previous: 9th. Atlanta Braves. 14. team. 17. The Braves are another team that lack the talent to stay in the playoff hunt all season. The offense is beginning to go cold and starting rotation isn’t deep enough to carry the load.. (9-9)

11. Last season it was <strong><a href=. (9-10). Previous: 7th. Baltimore Orioles. 15. team

The Los Angeles Angels surprised us all with the news that <strong><a href=. (9-10). Previous: 22nd. Los Angeles Angels. 16. team. 102

The emergence of <strong><a href=. (9-10). Previous: 18th. Toronto Blue Jays. 17. team. 39

Previous: 14th. Oakland Athletics. 18. team. 96. The Oakland Athletics have lost their last four games and now lose <strong><a href=. (8-12)

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