2015 MLB Power Rankings: Blue Jays enter top five

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Aug 4, 2015; Chicago, IL, USA; Tampa Bay Rays second baseman

Logan Forsythe

(11) runs the bases after hitting a two-run home run against Chicago White Sox starting pitcher

Chris Sale

(49) during the first inning at U.S Cellular Field. Mandatory Credit: Mike DiNovo-USA TODAY Sports

The White Sox have won two games in August and have seen <strong><a href=. 51-58. Previous: 18th. Chicago White Sox. 21. team. 128

23. team. 96. Sometimes I just sit back and wonder what this team could have been this season if they could just catch the ball.. 51-62. Previous: 25th. Oakland Athletics

17. Make it now 15 straight starts without a win for <strong><a href=. 51-61. Previous: 23rd. Atlanta Braves. 24. team

25. team. 14. For the rest of the season, all eyes will be on guys like <strong><a href=. 50-62. Previous: 26th. Boston Red Sox

team. 61. Any chance a team deals for <strong><a href=. 49-60. Previous: 21st. Cincinnati Reds. 26

Expect teams to aggressively pursue <strong><a href=. 47-62. Previous: 27th. Colorado Rockies. 27. team. 108

76. You wonder if the Milwaukee Brewers pick up <strong><a href=. 48-65. Previous: 28th. Milwaukee Brewers. 28. team

6. The Philadelphia Phillies continue to roll behind a lineup full of power bats and a make-shift rotation that has overachieved to say the least.. 45-67. Previous: 29th. Philadelphia Phillies. 29. team

team. 82. One week after the news of <strong><a href=. 44-68. Previous: 30th. Miami Marlins. 30

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