MLB Power Rankings: New York Mets Surging To The Top

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Apr 19, 2015; San Francisco, CA, USA; San Francisco Giants right fielder

Nori Aoki

(23) runs home after a sacrifice fly by center fielder

Angel Pagan

(not pictured) against the Arizona Diamondbacks during the first inning at AT&T Park. Mandatory Credit: Kelley L Cox-USA TODAY Sports

28. San Francisco Giants (4-10) The Giants have lost nine of their last 10 games, including a sweep at the hands of the Colorado Rockies to start the week, and losing three of four to the Arizona Diamondbacks to end it. The only win this week came on the night they had their World Series ring ceremony. They are playing woeful baseball right now, and there is very little relief on the horizon with series against the Los Angeles Dodgers and Colorado Rockies on the docket this upcoming week.

27. Philadelphia Phillies (4-9) The Phillies had a rough week, as they were the first course for the Mets to start. They then ran into a Washington Nationals team that is looking to get on track after a slow start. It all resulted in a 1-6 week for the Phillies, who are quickly tumbling to where many thought they would be prior to the season starting. They could delay that tumble a little while longer though with series against the struggling Miami Marlins and Atlanta Braves, both beatable teams, coming up this week.

26. Chicago White Sox (4-7) It was a short week for the Indians, who had two days off. They went 2-3, but were close in two of those losses. They went right to the wire against the Detroit Tigers, as Jeff Samardzija went toe-to-toe with David Price in the first game of the series. They would take Game 2 before being demolished Game 3 9-1. They are at the bottom of the rankings now, but will steadily move up as the season goes; they are too good not to.

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