2015 MLB Power Rankings: Here come the Angels

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Jul 10, 2015; New York City, NY, USA; New York Mets starting pitcher Noah Syndergaard (34) heads to the dugout during the eighth inning against the Arizona Diamondbacks at Citi Field. Mandatory Credit: Anthony Gruppuso-USA TODAY Sports

team. 3. When you have two pitchers on a staff named after two of the greatest comic book super heroes ever created, they better be pretty good. <strong><a href=. 47-42. Previous: 15th. New York Mets. 11

46-43. Previous: 14th. San Francisco Giants. 12. team. 40. The San Francisco Giants have seen <strong><a href=

13. team. 21. Back to back rough weeks for the Tampa Bay Rays leave me wondering if this team has another run left in them. Without much room to take on payroll, they will be limited at the trade deadline if the plan is to add.. 46-45. Previous: 13th. Tampa Bay Rays

Just like the Rays, the Baltimore Orioles have also taken one step back after taking two steps forward. The offense is good enough to keep them in contention but the pitching is in need of another starter.. 44-44. Previous: 10th. Baltimore Orioles. 14. team. 11

Previous: 16th. Detroit Tigers. 15. team. 63. The Detroit Tigers have fallen to .500 and may need a mental break more than any other team in the league. It seems like every pitcher on this team not named <strong><a href=. 44-44

team. 39. Over the last two weeks, the Toronto Blue Jays have been roughed up by the AL Central. If this recent slide continues after the break, last place in the AL East is certainly in their future.. 45-46. Previous: 11th. Toronto Blue Jays. 16

Arizona Diamondbacks. 17. team. 8. Despite the Arizona Diamondbacks’ record, <strong><a href=. 42-45. Previous: 18th

team. 128. The White Sox are winners of nine of their last 12 games, and have not faced any pushovers during that stretch. Series wins over the Cardinals, Orioles, Blue Jays and Cubs before the break make this a team to watch in the second half of the season.. . Previous: 25th. Chicago White Sox. 19

20. team. 14. The Red Sox will be another team to watch in the second half. If they can acquire a starting pitcher or two before the trade deadline, they stand a very good chance to win the AL East.. 42-47. Previous: 21st. Boston Red Sox

Next: The Padres and Mariners continue their disappointing seasons.