2015 MLB Power Rankings: Cubs continue to roll

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Aug 12, 2015; Seattle, WA, USA; Seattle Mariners pitcher

Hisashi Iwakuma

(18, center) celebrates with his teammates following the final out of his no-hit, 3-0 victory against the Baltimore Orioles at Safeco Field. Mandatory Credit: Joe Nicholson-USA TODAY Sports

62. After <strong><a href=. . Previous: 20th. Seattle Mariners. 21. team

Previous: 24th. Atlanta Braves. 23. team. 17. Seven no-hit innings for <strong><a href=. 53-64

14. In a game in which the Red Sox scored 22 runs, <strong><a href=. 52-65. Previous: 25th. Boston Red Sox. 24. team

61. Since the All-Star break, <strong><a href=. 51-65. Previous: 26th. Cincinnati Reds. 25. team

51-68. Previous: 28th. Milwaukee Brewers. 26. team. 76. <strong><a href=

team. 96. <strong><a href=. 51-68. Previous: 23rd. Oakland Athletics. 27

48-68. Previous: 27th. Colorado Rockies. 28. team. 108. In three starts since being called up, <strong><a href=

47-70. Previous: 30th. Miami Marlins. 29. team. 82. If you add up <strong><a href=

Previous: 29th. Philadelphia Phillies. 30. team. 6. It appears the Philadelphia Phillies are doing everything they can to trade <strong><a href=. 46-72

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