MLB Power Rankings: Washington Nationals on Top

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This week’s MLB Power Rankings have the three National League division leaders at the top of the board.

Bryce Harper has helped power the Washington Nationals to 21 wins in their last 30 games (Harper has 14 home runs in this stretch) and, more importantly, to take over the top spot in Detroit Jock City’s MLB Power rankings.

The 2015 MLB has produced some tremendous story lines so far: the Kansas City Royals picking up where they left off last fall, the Minnesota Twins making a surprising run after a horrendous start, and the New York Mets’ impressive deep, young pitching staff (to name a few).

Here’s how all 30 teams stack up:

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MLB Power Rankings: 26-30

19-30. Last Week: 30. Philadelphia Phillies . 30. player. 6. The most interesting thing about the Phillies continues to be whether, when, and where <strong><a href=

player. 76. It looked like the Brewers might be turning things around after winning a series against the Detroit Tigers last week, but they immediately followed that up with only one win in their next eight games.. 16-32. Last Week: 28. Milwaukee Brewers . 29

Last Week: 21. Cincinnati Reds . 28. player. 61. The Reds appeared to be poised to hang in the NL Central division race after pulling a game above .500 just two weeks ago. They’ve won just one of eleven games since then.. 19-27

The Rockies had a nice week at 4-2, but they’re still in the NL West cellar with not much hope of a finish north of fourth place.. 19-26. Last Week: 29. Colorado Rockies . 27. player. 108

The A’s have a run differential of only minus five yet they find themselves fifteen games below .500 as we near the end of May.. 18-32. Last Week: 23. Oakland Athletics . 26. player. 96

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