2015 MLB Power Rankings: Wild Card race heating up

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Jul 19, 2015; Washington, DC, USA; Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Zack Greinke (21) pitches during the third inning against the Washington Nationals at Nationals Park. Mandatory Credit: Tommy Gilligan-USA TODAY Sports

team. 33. The first place Cardinals are once again number one and welcome <strong><a href=. 58-34. Previous: 1st. St. Louis Cardinals. 1

7. How good are the Kansas City Royals? They made look <strong><a href=. 55-35. Previous: 2nd. Kansas City Royals. 2. team

Six straight scoreless starts for <strong><a href=. 53-40. Previous: 4th. Los Angeles Dodgers. 3. team. 71

The Pirates opened the second half of the season by getting swept by the Milwaukee Brewers.. 53-38. Previous: 3rd. Pittsburgh Pirates. 4. team. 4

Los Angeles Angles. 5. team. 102. A rainout on Sunday seemed to be the only thing that could stop the Los Angeles Angels. Amazingly, it was their first since 1995.. 50-40. Previous: 5th

Previous: 7th. Houston Astros. 6. team. 135. A Career-high 13 strikeouts and an AL-best 12th win yesterday for <strong><a href=. 51-43

50-41. Previous: 9th. New York Yankees. 7. team. 43. Who has impressed you more this season? <strong><a href=

After going head-to-head with Greinke abd losing this weekend, is <strong><a href=. 49-41. Previous: 6th. Washington Nationals. 8. team. 90

2. Is <strong><a href=. 50-42. Previous: 8th. Minnesota Twins. 9. team

49-41. Previous: 10th. Chicago Cubs. 10. team. 9. Is <strong><a href=

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