2015 MLB Power Rankings: Blue Jays headline busy trade week

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Aug 2, 2015; Minneapolis, MN, USA; Seattle Mariners starting pitcher

Hisashi Iwakuma

(18) pitches to the Minnesota Twins in the first inning at Target Field. Mandatory Credit: Bruce Kluckhohn-USA TODAY Sports

Cincinnati Reds. 21. team. 61. The Cincinnati Reds scored three pitching prospects in the deal for Cueto with <strong><a href=. 47-56. Previous: 27th

Atlanta Braves. 23. team. 17. It surprising to see the Atlanta Braves give up on <strong><a href=. 47-58.

The Seattle Mariners are another team that needed to sell hard at the deadline and failed to do so. <strong><a href=. 48-58. . Seattle Mariners. 24. team. 62

In typical <strong><a href=. 47-59. . Oakland Athletics. 25. team. 96

Previous: 22nd. Boston Red Sox. 26. team. 14. The Boston Red Sox deserve some credit for shipping off <strong><a href=. 47-59

team. 108. It’s hard to envision the Colorado Rockies without their star shortstop but that will be the case from now on. I can also see them placing <strong><a href=. 44-59. Previous: 28th. Colorado Rockies. 27

team. 76. The Milwaukee Brewers did well by flipping <strong><a href=. 44-62. Previous: 26th. Milwaukee Brewers. 28

6. The Phillies still have the worst record in baseball but are 12-3 since the All-Star break, which is the best in baseball.. 41-65. Previous: 30th. Philadelphia Phillies. 29. team

Miami Marlins. 30. team. 82. <a href=. 43-62. Previous: 29th

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