2015 MLB Power Rankings: What to make of the Twins

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May 8, 2015; Milwaukee, WI, USA; Milwaukee Brewers right fielder Ryan Braun (8) is greeted by shortstop

Jean Segura

(9) and pinch hitter

Jason Rogers

(15) after hitting a 3-run home run in the ninth inning against the Chicago Cubs at Miller Park. The Cubs beat the Brewers 7-6. Mandatory Credit: Benny Sieu-USA TODAY Sports

Boston Red Sox. 21. team. 14. The <strong><a href=. (14-17). Previous: 13th

Seattle Mariners. 22. team. 62. The Seattle Mariners need more out of <strong><a href=. (14-17). Previous: 24th

The Arizona Diamondbacks are among the top five in the NL in runs, average, stolen bases and OPS. With so much offense and their two best pitchers on the DL, this may be a group to call for team’s in need of an extra bat.. (14-16). Previous: 25th. Arizona Diamondbacks. 23. team. 8

Chicago White Sox. 24. team. 128. The Chicago White Sox ended a nine-game homerless drought last week and has since seen their offense come alive. After splitting against the Tigers and taking two of three from the Reds, the focus no longer is on the job status of manager <strong><a href=. (12-16). Previous: 27th

126. The Texas Rangers went toe to toe last week with the Astros and delivered a sweep. That’s not to say their season is turning around but at the moment, they are no longer the worst team in the AL West.. (13-18). Previous: 28th. Texas Rangers. 25. team

(12-21). Previous: 23rd. Oakland Athletics. 26. team. 96. That distinction belongs to the Oakland Athletics who managed to win just one game last week. The A’s currently sport the AL’s worst ERA in the month of May.

27. team. 108. The slide continues for the Colorado Rockies. Their pitching staff has a 8.31 ERA in May and has yet to win a game this month.. (11-17). Previous: 21st. Colorado Rockies

76. The Milwaukee Brewers have played decent baseball as of late. <strong><a href=. (11-21). Previous: 30th. Milwaukee Brewers. 28. team

(11-21). Previous: 29th. Philadelphia Phillies. 30. team. 6. Despite winning four games last week, the Philadelphia Phillies are tied for the least amount of wins this season and find themselves at the bottom of the rankings this week. At this point, all eyes are on every Hamels start as the only real victory for general manager <strong><a href=

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