2015 MLB Power Rankings: Astros here to stay?

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May 2, 2015; Houston, TX, USA; Seattle Mariners right fielder Nelson Cruz (23) hits a home run during the second inning against the Houston Astros at Minute Maid Park. Mandatory Credit: Troy Taormina-USA TODAY Sports

Previous: 13th. Colorado Rockies. 21. team. 108. Remember when the Rockies were on top of the NL West? Now they are just one game away from last place in the division.. (11-13)

Previous: 16th. Los Angeles Angels. 22. team. 102. The Los Angeles Angels are no strangers to <strong><a href=. (11-14)

team. 96. The Oakland Athletics bullpen is responsible for eight of the team’s 15 losses this season. There is no question they miss <strong><a href=. (11-15). Previous: 18th. Oakland Athletics. 23

62. It’s incredible that the Seattle Mariners can have a player playing as well as <strong><a href=. (10-15). Previous: 23rd. Seattle Mariners. 24. team

Previous: 22nd. Arizona Diamondbacks. 25. team. 8. <strong><a href=. (10-14)

Previous: 21st. Chicago White Sox. 27. team. 128. The Chicago White Sox are the only team to not win a game last week. The offense just hasn’t hit (last in all of baseball in runs and home runs) and the pitching has gotten hit (opponents hitting league worst .278).. (8-14)

team. 126. The Texas Rangers are the worst team in baseball in terms of batting average. They also don’t really pitch that well either.. (8-16). Previous: 27th. Texas Rangers. 28

Previous: 28th. Philadelphia Phillies. 29. team. 6. The Phillies announced last week that would be willing to pay some of <strong><a href=. (9-17)

30. team. 76. The Brewers fired manager <strong><a href=. (7-18). Previous: 30th. Milwaukee Brewers

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