2015 MLB Power Rankings: Blue Jays enter top five

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Aug 3, 2015; Arlington, TX, USA; Texas Rangers second baseman

Rougned Odor

(left) and first baseman

Mitch Moreland

(right) celebrate with designated hitter

Prince Fielder

(84) after he scores during the first inning against the Houston Astros at Globe Life Park in Arlington. Mandatory Credit: Kevin Jairaj-USA TODAY Sports

Previous: 7th. San Francisco Giants. 11. team. 40. Despite a rough weekend in Chicago that now has them 3.5 games out of the second Wild Card spot, the Giants still sit just three games behind the Dodgers for the NL West lead.. 59-52

57-53. Previous: 10th. Washington Nationals. 12. team. 90. The Nationals can only hope the return of <strong><a href=

13. team. 11. The Baltimore Orioles may be regretting not dealing for any starting pitching before this year’s deadline.. 56-54. Previous: 13th. Baltimore Orioles

Previous: 15th. Tampa Bay Rays. 14. team. 21. The Tampa Bay Rays are now back at .500 and can thank role players like <strong><a href=. 56-56

Previous: 17th. Texas Rangers. 15. team. 126. The Rangers are another team who is back to .500 and it has been behind an offense that just recently reacquired <strong><a href=. 55-55

16. team. 2. The Twins are 6-16 since the All-Star break and continue to free fall out of contention.. 55-56. Previous: 14th. Minnesota Twins

17. team. 8. <strong><a href=. 54-56. Previous: 19th. Arizona Diamondbacks

Previous: 20th. Detroit Tigers. 18. team. 63. <strong><a href=. 54-57

127. Despite the notion that Petco Park is pitcher-friendly, the San Diego Padres are the only team in the NL that has two starters (<strong><a href=. 52-60. Previous: 16th. San Diego Padres. 19. team

20. team. 62. The Mariners seem to be finally be putting it all together on offense. However it is at the point where it is too late in the season for them to turn things around.. 52-60. Previous: 24th. Seattle Mariners

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