2015 MLB Power Rankings: Wild Card race heating up

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Jul 11, 2015; Los Angeles, CA, USA; Milwaukee Brewers manager Craig Counsell (left) and center fielder Carlos Gomez during the game against the Los Angeles Dodgers at Dodger Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

Texas Rangers. 21. team. 126. Is <strong><a href=. 43-48. Previous: 21st

14. The returns of <strong><a href=. 42-49. Previous: 20th. Boston Red Sox. 22. team

17. The Atlanta Braves announced over the break that <strong><a href=. 43-49. Previous: 22nd. Atlanta Braves. 23. team

96. If I told you the Oakland Athletics were fifth in the AL in runs this season, would you believe me? They scored 14 runs yesterday against the Twins.. 43-51. Previous: 26th. Oakland Athletics. 24. team

42-50. Previous: 24th. Seattle Mariners. 25. team. 62. The Seattle Mariners hope that a three-hit game, including two home runs, for <strong><a href=

76. The Brewers have .500 record since <strong><a href=. 41-52. Previous: 28th. Milwaukee Brewers. 26. team

Cincinnati Reds. 27. team. 61. <strong><a href=. 40-49. Previous: 27th

108. The Colorado Rockies have just five wins this season when the opposing team starts a left-handed pitcher. That’s the worst in baseball.. 39-51. Previous: 26th. Colorado Rockies. 28. team

29. team. 82. The Miami Marlins would love to trade <strong><a href=. 38-54. Previous: 29th. Miami Marlins

32-62. Previous: 30th. Philadelphia Phillies. 30. team. 6. The Philadelphia Phillies sweep of the Marlins was their first since mid-May.

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