2015 MLB Power Rankings: Harper pushing the Nats to the top

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May 6, 2015; Washington, DC, USA; Miami Marlins right fielder

Giancarlo Stanton

(27) hits a three run home run against the Washington Nationals during the seventh inning at Nationals Park. The Nationals won 7 – 5. Mandatory Credit:

Brad Mills


39. The Blue Jays won just one game last week and sit at the bottom of the AL East. There is only so much the offense can do when your pitching staff is allowing five runs per game.. (17-22). Previous: 14th. Toronto Blue Jays. 21. team

62. The Seattle Mariners rotation is slowly starting to come around after a terrible start to the season. The offense and bullpen however have not given the starters much support as of late.. (17-20). Previous: 22nd. Seattle Mariners. 22. team

82. The Miami Marlins started the week witnessing a couple of mammoth home runs from <strong><a href=. (16-22). Previous: 17th. Miami Marlins. 23. team

(16-23). Previous: 30th. Philadelphia Phillies. 24. team. 6. The Phillies have been playing good baseball of late and now have a new face in their lineup in top prospect <strong><a href=

<strong><a href=. (16-22). Previous: 25th. Texas Rangers. 25. team. 126

Arizona Diamondbacks. 26. team. 8. The Diamondbacks are aonther team who managed just one win last week. While it was a good sign to see <strong><a href=. (15-21). Previous: 26th

Previous: 26th. Oakland Athletics. 28. team. 96. The bullpen continues to be the story for the Oakland Athletics. They were responsible for three of the team’s five losses last week.. (13-26)

The Milwaukee Brewers received a scare yesterday when <strong><a href=. (13-25). Previous: 28th. Milwaukee Brewers. 29. team. 76

(13-21). Previous: 27th. Colorado Rockies. 30. team. 108. The talk surrounding the Colorado Rockies is whether the team’s struggles will result in a trade for <strong><a href=

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