2015 MLB Power Rankings: Nationals making one last run

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Aug 30, 2015; Pittsburgh, PA, USA; Colorado Rockies right fielder Carlos Gonzalez (5) and third baseman Nolan Arenado (28) celebrate at home plate after both players scored a run against the Pittsburgh Pirates during the fourth inning at PNC Park. Mandatory Credit: Charles LeClaire-USA TODAY Sports

65-72. Previous: 19th. Arizona Diamondbacks. 21. team. 8. Is there a team with a better 1-4 in their lineup than the Arizona Diamondbacks? <strong><a href=

Have the health issues of <strong><a href=. 64-72. Previous: 23rd. Boston Red Sox. 22. team. 14

62-74. Previous: 22nd. Detroit Tigers. 23. team. 63. Speaking of job security, one would wonder how much of that <strong><a href=

The Milwaukee Brewers have been a much better team in the second half of the season. Much credit is deserved for the job <strong><a href=. 60-76. Previous: 25th. Milwaukee Brewers. 24. team. 76

Previous: 24th. Oakland Athletics. 25. team. 96. Has <strong><a href=. 85-79

It has gotten to the point where management should tell <strong><a href=. 57-80. Previous: 30th. Miami Marlins. 26. team. 82

61. <strong><a href=. 56-79. Previous: 27th. Cincinnati Reds. 27. team

This battle that Gonzalez and <strong><a href=. 56-80. Previous: 28th. Colorado Rockies. 28. team. 108

The Philadelphia Phillies should be excited for some of the young players they have for next season. <strong><a href=. 53-84. Previous: 29th. Philadelphia Phillies. 29. team. 6

Atlanta Braves. 30. team. 17. The Atlanta Braves have now lost 12 straight games and 19 of their last 20.. 54-83. Previous: 26th

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