2015 MLB Power Rankings: Nationals making one last run

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September 6, 2015; Anaheim, CA, USA; Los Angeles Angels center fielder Mike Trout (27) hits a sacrifice RBI in the second inning against the Texas Rangers at Angel Stadium of Anaheim. Mandatory Credit: Gary A. Vasquez-USA TODAY Sports

team. 126. The Texas Rangers currently hold the AL’s second Wild Card spot but trail the Houston Astros by just three games in the AL West. They have seven games left against each other this season so anything can happen.. 71-64. Previous: 11th. Texas Rangers. 11

2. While the Rangers are chasing the Astros, the Minnesota Twins believe they can get the second Wild Card spot back. They trail the Rangers by 1.5 games and have a schedule full of lowly AL Central opponents remaining.. 70-66. Previous: 12th. Minnesota Twins. 12. team

San Francisco Giants. 13. team. 40. Injuries have finally gotten the best of the San Francisco Giants. It would take a incredible collapse from the Dodgers for them to have playoff hopes.. 71-66. Previous: 10th

102. The Los Angeles Angels are happy to finally see a home run from <strong><a href=. 69-67. Previous: 14th. Los Angeles Angels. 14. team

Previous: 16th. Tampa Bay Rays. 16. team. 21. If the Tampa Bay Rays are going to stay in the playoff hunt, they can’t lose any starts their ace, <strong><a href=. 67-69

17. team. 128. The Chicago White Sox will have a tough time evaluating their team in the offseason. There is a lot of talent on the roster and they have gone through stretches this season (like this past weekend) where they look like a dangerous team.. 65-70. Previous: 20th. Chicago White Sox

66-71. Previous: 21st. Seattle Mariners. 18. team. 62. <strong><a href=

Previous: 18th. Baltimore Orioles. 19. team. 11. As bad as the Baltimore Orioles have been lately, how about <strong><a href=. 65-71

127. <strong><a href=. 65-72. Previous: 17th. San Diego Padres. 20. team

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