MLB Power Rankings: New York Yankees Take A Little Tumble

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May 13, 2015; Anaheim, CA, USA; Los Angeles Angels right fielder Kole Calhoun (56) and center fielder Mike Trout (27) hug first baseman Albert Pujols (5) after Pujols hit a game winning sacrifice fly ball in the eleventh inning of the game against the Colorado Rockies at Angel Stadium of Anaheim. Angels won 2-1. Mandatory Credit: Jayne Kamin-Oncea-USA TODAY Sports

15. San Diego Padres (19-20) This is not your normal Padres in every sense of the word, as they are being carried right now by their offense while their pitching lags behind. In recent seasons it had been the opposite, as a nonexistent offense would put to waste a strong pitching staff. The starting pitching has been shaky at times behind James Shields and Andrew Cashner, but Tyson Ross looks to be getting things together. The backend of the rotation needs help though and Ian Kennedy returning off the DL will help.

14. Chicago White Sox (17-17) The White Sox are one of the hottest teams in baseball right now and are finally beginning to look like the team people envisioned prior to the season. They took two of three from the Brewers before sweeping the reeling Athletics over the weekend. They are getting dominant performances from their starting pitchers, as Chris Sale, Jeff Samardzija and Jose Quintana are all rounding into shape. If the offense continues hitting like this, they will be right there at the end of the season.

13. Los Angeles Angels (19-18) The Angels used the momentum from the series victory over the Astros last week and carried over this past week, going above .500 for the first time since the first series of the season. They swept the Rockies and then won a weekend series over the Orioles to climb back into the AL West and playoff race. Kole Calhoun has been outstanding at the top of the order, while Jered Weaver has began to figure things out on the mound with his diminished velocity.

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