2015 MLB Power Rankings: What to make of the Twins

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May 7, 2015; Bronx, NY, USA; New York Yankees designated hitter

Alex Rodriguez

(13) celebrates his 661 home run surpassing the record of

Willie Mays

during the third inning against the Baltimore Orioles at Yankee Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Anthony Gruppuso-USA TODAY Sports

St. Louis Cardinals. 1. team. 33. The St.Louis Cardinals had a scare this weekend with the news that <strong><a href=. (22-9). Previous: 1st

team. 71. The Los Angeles Dodgers lead the National League in homers and OPS by a wide margin. And this is with two starters in <strong><a href=. (20-10). Previous: 3rd. Los Angeles Dodgers. 2

Previous: 4th. Kansas City Royals. 3. team. 7. After the returns from injury from both <strong><a href=. (20-11)

63. The Detroit Tigers are just one game behind the Royals in the AL Central but their starting rotation may be an area of concern. <strong><a href=. (19-13). Previous: 2nd. Detroit Tigers. 4. team

team. 43. So <strong><a href=. (20-12). Previous: 7th. New York Yankees. 5

New York Mets. 6. team. 3. The New York Mets will be unveiling their top pitching prospect <strong><a href=. (20-11). Previous: 6th

(20-12). Previous: 5th. Houston Astros. 7. team. 135. The Houston Astros dropped the ball last week getting swept by the Texas Rangers. They still however lead their division by five games and are tied with the Yankees for the AL’s second best record.

Minnesota Twins. 8. team. 2. When <strong><a href=. (18-14). Previous: 17th

(17-15). Previous: 12th. Washington Nationals. 9. team. 90. The Nationals’ offense looks to be finally coming alive. <strong><a href=

(17-16). Previous: 9th. San Diego Padres. 10. team. 127. The concern continues for the San Diego Padres and their starting rotation. While <strong><a href=

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