MLB Power Rankings: Detroit Tigers Ranked Fourth

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May 11, 2015; Los Angeles, CA, USA; Los Angeles Dodgers left fielder

Scott Van Slyke

(33) is greeted by first base coach

Davey Lopes

after hitting a three-run walk-off home run against the Miami Marlins at Dodger Stadium. The Dodgers defeated the Marlins 5-3. Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

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63. The Tigers sport a robust 18-10 record against AL Central opponents, but they haven’t been able to shake the pesky Royals. 21-14. Last Week: n/a. Detroit Tigers . 4. player

player. 90. The Nationals started out 2-6, but have since turned the corner thanks, in part, to <strong><a href=. 19-17. Last Week: n/a. Washington Nationals . 3

player. 32. The Cardinals didn’t receive as much national attention as Washington or Los Angeles, but yet again they insist on performing as one of the very best teams in baseball.. 24-10. Last Week: n/a. St. Louis Cardinals . 2

71. They don’t quite have the best record in the sport, but they have the deepest lineup and should be able to sustain a commensurate level of performance. 22-12. Last Week: n/a. Los Angeles Dodgers . 1. player

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