2015 MLB Power Rankings: Blue Jays enter top five

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Aug 7, 2015; Chicago, IL, USA; Chicago Cubs left fielder

Kyle Schwarber

(12) hits a double during the second inning against the San Francisco Giants at Wrigley Field. Mandatory Credit: Caylor Arnold-USA TODAY Sports

St. Louis Cardinals. 1. team. 33. Despite no <strong><a href=. 71-40. Previous: 1st

Previous: 2nd. Kansas City Royals. 2. team. 7. <strong><a href=. 66-44

4. The one loss from the Pirates last week came from <strong><a href=. 65-44. Previous: 4th. Pittsburgh Pirates. 3. team

team. 71. It was a rough week for the Dodgers starting staff as <strong><a href=. 62-49. Previous: 3rd. Los Angeles Dodgers. 4

39. As much as we all want to talk about the Blue Jays offense, how about this: The entire bullpen did not allow a run at any point last week.. 61-52. Previous: 12th. Toronto Blue Jays. 5. team

Previous: 8th. Chicago Cubs. 6. team. 9. Speaking of bullpens, how about the successful return of <strong><a href=. 62-48

After scoring 600 runs last week, the Yankees have been shutout in their last two games have to be feeling the pressure of the Blue Jays in their rear view mirror.. 61-49. Previous: 5th. New York Yankees. 7. team. 43

Houston Astros. 8. team. 135. Remember when we were talking about the Astros being back after putting together a few wins and taking back the AL West division lead? What a difference a week makes.. 61-52. Previous: 6th

Los Angeles Angles. 9. team. 102. With <strong><a href=. 59-51. Previous: 9th

3. While <strong><a href=. 59-52. Previous: 11th. New York Mets. 10. team

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