2015 MLB Power Rankings: Rays, Marlins, Pirates streaking

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Apr 24, 2015; Miami, FL, USA; Washington Nationals right fielder Bryce Harper (34) connects for an RBI single during the sixth inning against the Miami Marlins at Marlins Park. Mandatory Credit: Steve Mitchell-USA TODAY Sports

90. It’s mind-boggling to see the Nationals struggle this much to start the season. There is good news on the horizon however as <strong><a href=. (7-12). Previous: 11th. Washington Nationals. 19. team

(8-10). Previous: 19th. Cincinnati Reds. 20. team. 61. <strong><a href=

Chicago White Sox. 21. team. 128. The Chicago White Sox witnessed <strong><a href=. (8-9). Previous: 23rd

(8-10). Previous: 16th. Arizona Diamondbacks. 22. team. 8. It looks like a sudden injury to <strong><a href=

team. 62. The combined numbers for all the starting pitchers for the Seattle Mariners not named <strong><a href=. (7-11). Previous: 21st. Seattle Mariners. 23

Despite sitting in the bottom five in the AL in just about every major offensive and pitching category, The Minnesota Twins have been competitive the last couple of weeks. Unfortunately Detroit comes to town today.. (8-10). Previous: 24th. Minnesota Twins. 24. team. 2

25. team. 40. The San Francisco Giants seem to finally have a pulse. They swept the Dodgers last week and are getting strong production from their 1-2-3 hitters, <strong><a href=. (8-11). Previous: 27th. San Francisco Giants

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