2015 MLB Power Rankings: Indians making a play for playoffs?

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Aug 30, 2015; Toronto, Ontario, CAN; Detroit Tigers first baseman Miguel Cabrera (24) grounds out to first base as left fielder Rajai Davis (not in picture) scores against Toronto Blue Jays during sixth inning at Rogers Centre. Mandatory Credit: Peter Llewellyn-USA TODAY Sports

Seattle Mariners. 21. team. 62. The Seattle Mariners are in a similar situation to that of the White Sox. The one difference of course being that they already fired their general manager which all but solidifies more change coming in the near future.. 61-70. Previous: 22nd

Detroit Tigers. 22. team. 63. It’s hard to see the Detroit Tigers, a perennial powerhouse, sitting in last place in the AL Central. You have to go all the way back to 2003 to find the last time they finished that low in the standings.. 60-70. Previous: 19th

23. team. 14. After back to back losing seasons for the Boston Red Sox, you wonder if <strong><a href=. 60-70. Previous: 23rd. Boston Red Sox

Previous: 24th. Oakland Athletics. 24. team. 96. Since the break, the Oakland Athletics are 3-12 in save opportunites. Needless to say, that is the worst in baseball over that stretch.. 57-74

76. No NL player has more home runs than <strong><a href=. 55-75. Previous: 25th. Milwaukee Brewers. 25. team

26. team. 17. Another winless week in the books for <strong><a href=. 54-76. Previous: 26th. Atlanta Braves

Previous: 27th. Cincinnati Reds. 27. team. 61. The Cincinnati Reds have been so bad this season, many people don’t realize that <strong><a href=. 53-76

108. If there was an actual award for second half MVP, <strong><a href=. 52-76. Previous: 30th. Colorado Rockies. 28. team

team. 6. The Philadelphia Phillies had <strong><a href=. 52-79. Previous: 28th. Philadelphia Phillies. 29

team. 82. Props to <strong><a href=. 52-79. Previous: 29th. Miami Marlins. 30

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