2015 MLB Power Rankings: First place Minnesota Twins?

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May 29, 2015; Minneapolis, MN, USA; Toronto Blue Jays third baseman Josh Donaldson (20) doubles in the first inning against the Minnesota Twins at Target Field. Mandatory Credit: Brad Rempel-USA TODAY Sports

21. team. 128. The Chicago White Sox offense has had issues all season scoring runs. The last thing they need is injuries to <strong><a href=. 23-26. Previous: 21st. Chicago White Sox

Baltimore Orioles. 22. team. 11. <strong><a href=. 23-26. Previous: 22nd

39. <strong><a href=. 23-29. Previous: 24th. Toronto Blue Jays. 23. team

14. How bad does the four-year, $82 million extension for <strong><a href=. 22-29. Previous: 17th. Boston Red Sox. 24. team

The offense of the Cincinnati Reds is starting to come around but the pitching just isn’t strong enough to keep them in the hunt in the NL Central. No starter won more than one game in the month of May.. 22-27. Previous: 25th. Cincinnati Reds. 25. team. 61

26. team. 108. The Colorado Rockies won five of their six games last week and did so with their pitching. The best outing came from <strong><a href=. 22-26. Previous: 29th. Colorado Rockies

82. There isn’t many things good to say about the Miami Marlins so why not talk about <strong><a href=. 20-31. Previous: 27th. Miami Marlins. 27. team

20-33. Previous: 30th. Oakland Athletics. 28. team. 96. The hope for the Oakland Athletics was that the return of <strong><a href=

29. team. 6. The Phillies went all of last week without winning a game. Not really much else to sat beyond that.. 19-33. Previous: 26th. Philadelphia Phillies

76. The Milwaukee Brewers played the longest game in Miller Park history beating the Diamondbacks last night with a walk-off home run from <strong><a href=. 17-34. Previous: 28th. Milwaukee Brewers. 30. team

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