2015 MLB Power Rankings: Wild Card race heating up

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Jul 18, 2015; Phoenix, AZ, USA; San Francisco Giants right fielder Hunter Pence (8), third baseman Matt Duffy (5) center fielder Angel Pagan (16), first baseman Brandon Belt (9) and shortstop Brandon Crawford (35) celebrate after beating the Arizona Diamondbacks 8-4 at Chase Field. Mandatory Credit: Matt Kartozian-USA TODAY Sports

team. 40. The Giants have now won six straight and are just one game behind the Cubs for the second NL Wild Card.. 49-43. Previous: 12th. San Francisco Giants. 11

48-44. Previous: 11th. New York Mets. 12. team. 3. The Met stranded 25 baserunners in an 18-inning game on Sunday and amazingly won it.

Previous: 14th. Baltimore Orioles. 13. team. 11. The Baltimore Orioles would give anything to keep <strong><a href=. 46-45

21. <strong><a href=. 47-47. Previous: 13th. Tampa Bay Rays. 14. team

15. team. 39. The Toronto Blue Jays are nine games over .500 at home and are tied for the AL’s most road losses.. 47-47. Previous: 16th. Toronto Blue Jays

63. The Detroit Tigers are now under .500 for the first time since 2013.. 45-46. Previous: 15th. Detroit Tigers. 16. team

18. team. 8. The acquisition of <strong><a href=. 42-48. Previous: 17th. Arizona Diamondbacks

team. 128. The Chicago White Sox bid to be buyers at the deadline took a hit as they dropped three of four to the Royals.. 42-48. Previous: 19th. Chicago White Sox. 19

127. The San Diego Padres have won four straight but the story surrounding them is the rumor that <strong><a href=. 43-49. Previous: 23rd. San Diego Padres. 20. team

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