MLB Power Rankings: New York Yankees Take A Little Tumble

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May 17, 2015; Baltimore, MD, USA; Baltimore Orioles outfielders David Lough (L), Delmon Young (R) and Adam Jones (C) celebrate after defeating the Los Angeles Angels 3-0 at Oriole Park at Camden Yards. Mandatory Credit: Evan Habeeb-USA TODAY Sports

24. Philadelphia Phillies (16-23) Currently tied with the White Sox and Astros for longest winning streak in baseball, the Phillies are one of the hottest teams around. They split a four-game series with the Pirates before sweeping the Diamondbacks over the weekend. They have a great chance to keep the good vibes going with a four game series in Colorado to start the week, before getting a real test against the Nationals over the weekend. With how they are playing, Ruben Amaro has to be smiling as veterans like Ryan Howard and Jonathan Papelbon increase their value.

23. Miami Marlins (16-22) A sweep at the hands of the Braves was too much for management to handle, as they made Mike Redmond the second manager this season to receive his pink slip. The Marlins are underachieving this season, as they were expected to challenge for a playoff spot but have not done so just yet. One reason for that is the poor performance of Steve Cishek in the bullpen, who has more blown saves than converted saves, prompting a closer change this week to A.J. Ramos.

22. Baltimore Orioles (16-19) The Orioles returned home for the first time since the Baltimore riots, winning the series opener against the Blue Jays and taking that series. The good feelings were diminished a bit with a weekend series loss to the surging Angels. They will welcome the desperate Mariners to finish their homestand before traveling to take on the Marlins. How long until management gets restless and makes a trade to shake things up?

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