2015 MLB Power Rankings: Nats, Rays take over East

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May 11, 2015; Philadelphia, PA, USA; Pittsburgh Pirates starting pitcher Gerrit Cole (45) throws a pitch during the fifth inning against the Philadelphia Phillies at Citizens Bank Park. Mandatory Credit: Eric Hartline-USA TODAY Sports

11. team. 3. The Mets are starting more and more to resemble the team we all saw last season. With the news that <strong><a href=. 24-21. Previous: 9th. New York Mets

New York Yankees. 12. team. 43. The Yankees starting rotation is a mess and the only player who has been hitting as of late, <strong><a href=. 22-22. Previous: 8th

<strong><a href=. 22-22. Previous: 13th. Los Angeles Angels. 13. team. 102

17. The Atlanta Braves have managed to climb their way back over the .500 mark. They won’t be able to stay there unless both <strong><a href=. 22-21. Previous: 17th. Atlanta Braves. 14. team

Pittsburgh Pirates. 15. team. 4. There isn’t a team in baseball with two pitchers that are throwing better than <strong><a href=. 21-22. Previous: 18th

Previous: 26th. Arizona Diamondbacks. 16. team. 8. The Diamondbacks are on a roll and much of that is because of the hot bat of <strong><a href=. 21-22

17. team. 14. Since firing their pitching coach, the Boston Red Sox have allowed on average, four runs per game. I guess that can be considered progress right?. 21-23. Previous: 19th. Boston Red Sox

62. <strong><a href=. 20-23. Previous: 22nd. Seattle Mariners. 19. team

127. The big trade the Padres made with the Dodgers is proving to be more about <strong><a href=. 21-24. Previous: 15th. San Diego Padres. 20. team

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