2015 MLB Power Rankings: What to make of the Twins

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May 6, 2015; St. Louis, MO, USA; Chicago Cubs third baseman

Kris Bryant

(17) hits a one run single off of St. Louis Cardinals starting pitcher

Lance Lynn

(not pictured) during the first inning at Busch Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Jeff Curry-USA TODAY Sports

team. 21. The Tampa Bay Rays received a huge blow to their team when it was announced that <strong><a href=. (17-15). Previous: 10th. Tampa Bay Rays. 11

Previous: 16th. San Francisco Giants. 12. team. 40. The two biggest surprises this season for the Giants have to be <strong><a href=. (16-16)

9. As nice as it was to see <strong><a href=. (15-15). Previous: 8th. Chicago Cubs. 13. team

Toronto Blue Jays. 14. team. 39. Despite their pitching struggles, the Toronto Blue Jays are sitting in third place in the AL East with a .500 record. Their offense has been the best in baseball all season and both <strong><a href=. (16-16). Previous: 20th

4. You can’t help but wonder how much longer the Pittsburgh Pirates can afford to keep putting <strong><a href=. (15-16). Previous: 14th. Pittsburgh Pirates. 15. team

Previous: 15th. Cincinnati Reds. 16. team. 61. The Cincinnati Reds are also dealing with slumps from regulars <strong><a href=. (15-16)

82. The Miami Marlins have cooled from their recent hot streak. Well, every Marlin not named <strong><a href=. (15-17). Previous: 18th. Miami Marlins. 17. team

Previous: 11th. Baltimore Orioles. 18. team. 11. The Orioles are at the point where they don’t know what to expect every time out from their starting rotation. Only <strong><a href=. (13-16)

19. team. 17. After criticizing the Atlanta Braves for their lack of innings from their starters, <strong><a href=. (14-17). Previous: 19th. Atlanta Braves

20. team. 102. <strong><a href=. (15-17). Previous: 22nd. Los Angeles Angels

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