2015 MLB Power Rankings: Yankees, Pirates back in the top 10

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Jun 3, 2015; Arlington, TX, USA; Texas Rangers designated hitter Joey Gallo (13) celebrates with teammates after hitting a home run during the ninth inning against the Chicago White Sox at Globe Life Park in Arlington. Mandatory Credit: Kevin Jairaj-USA TODAY Sports

21. The Tampa Bay Rays have been pretty good as of late but that fact has been overshadowed by the Yankees. Add outfielder <strong><a href=. 31-27. Previous: 13th. Tampa Bay Rays. 11. team

team. 63. The Tigers have legitimate rotation issues. Over the last 30 days, all starters not named <strong><a href=. 30-28. Previous: 8th. Detroit Tigers. 12

team. 3. The New York Mets seem to be shying away from the idea of a six man rotation and instead will look to trade a starter. <strong><a href=. 31-27. Previous: 9th. New York Mets. 13

Previous: 14th. Texas Rangers. 14. team. 126. An injury to <strong><a href=. 30-27

29-29. Previous: 20th. San Diego Padres. 15. team. 127. We had a <strong><a href=

team. 102. Unexpectedly, it was the Angels pitching that limited them to just one win this past week. On Saturday, <strong><a href=. 28-29. Previous: 11th. Los Angeles Angels. 16

Toronto Blue Jays. 17. team. 39. The Blue Jays are +45 in run differential this season which is the best in the AL. A stat like that would lead me to believe that there are more weeks like last week coming for this team.. 28-30. Previous: 23rd

The Atlanta Braves have loved what they have seen out of <strong><a href=. 27-29. Previous: 17th. Atlanta Braves. 19. team. 17

8. As much as the Arizona Diamondbacks loved the power of <strong><a href=. 27-29. Previous: 19th. Arizona Diamondbacks. 20. team

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