2015 MLB Power Rankings: Rays take lead of resurgent AL East

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Jun 17, 2015; Chicago, IL, USA; Chicago White Sox manager Robin Ventura (23) argues a call and is tossed from the game by Umpire Alfonso Marquez (R) during the fifth inning at U.S Cellular Field. Mandatory Credit: Mike DiNovo-USA TODAY Sports

Previous: 26th. Seattle Mariners. 21. team. 62. Speaking of fired managers, this is the section of the rankings where those candidates begin. With such high expectations this season for the Seattle Mariners not currently being met, <strong><a href=. 32-38

team. 61. Cincinnati Reds manager <strong><a href=. 32-36. Previous: 24th. Cincinnati Reds. 22

96. Oakland Athletics manager <strong><a href=. 31-41. Previous: 28th. Oakland Athletics. 24. team

14. The Boston Red Sox are another team who had high expectations this season. If it were up to their fans, manager John Ferrell would have probably been shown the door weeks ago.. 31-40. Previous: 25th. Boston Red Sox. 25. team

26. team. 82. The Miami Marlins may be the first case I have seen where their fans would love to see two manager firings in one season. That’s what happens when the guy calling the shots (GM <strong><a href=. 30-41. Previous: 27th. Miami Marlins

Fans in Chicago have been calling for the firing of White Sox manager <strong><a href=. 30-38. Previous: 22nd. Chicago White Sox. 27. team. 128

28. team. 108. The Colorado Rockies could very well fire manager <strong><a href=. 30-39. Previous: 23rd. Colorado Rockies

76. The Milwaukee Brewers were the first team to fire their manager this season and is giving former player <strong><a href=. 25-46. Previous: 29th. Milwaukee Brewers. 29. team

24-47. Previous: 30th. Philadelphia Phillies. 30. team. 6. The Phillies are sure to see the end of general manager <strong><a href=

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