2015 MLB Power Rankings: Toronto Blue Jays demanding attention

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Jun 14, 2015; San Francisco, CA, USA; San Francisco Giants infielder Brandon Crawford (35) fields a ground ball against the Arizona Diamondbacks in the third inning at AT&T Park. Mandatory Credit: Cary Edmondson-USA TODAY Sports

34-30. Previous: 4th. San Francisco Giants. 11. team. 40. Congratulations to <strong><a href=

3. Should the New York Mets be concerned about <strong><a href=. 34-30. Previous: 13th. New York Mets. 12. team

33-30. Previous: 10th. Washington Nationals. 13. team. 90. The Washington Nationals have not been fully healthy at any point this season. <strong><a href=

126. It looks like the fans are finally acknowledging the season <strong><a href=. 33-30. Previous: 14th. Texas Rangers. 14. team

15. team. 63. Speaking of Cabrera, it may be time to put him on Triple Crown watch. He is second in the AL in average, tied for first in RBIs and trails by four in home runs.. 33-30. Previous: 12th. Detroit Tigers

32-31. Previous: 16th. Los Angeles Angels. 16. team. 102. Speaking of home runs, <strong><a href=

San Diego Padres. 17. team. 127. The San Diego Padres don’t have a starting pitching with a winning record other than <strong><a href=. 32-33. Previous: 15th

11. Since <strong><a href=. 31-31. Previous: 21st. Baltimore Orioles. 18. team

19. team. 8. The Arizona Diamondbacks are coming off of back to back games in which their starters have taken a no-hitter into the sixth inning. What makes <strong><a href=. 30-32. Previous: 20th. Arizona Diamondbacks

Previous: 19th. Atlanta Braves. 20. team. 17. The Atlanta Braves have been impressed with the performance with <strong><a href=. 30-33

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