MLB Power Rankings: New York Mets, New York Yankees Fall Out Of Top 10

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May 24, 2015; Boston, MA, USA; Boston Red Sox first baseman

Mike Napoli

(12) rounds the bases after hitting a 2 run homer during the 2nd inning against the Los Angeles Angels at Fenway Park. Mandatory Credit: Gregory J. Fisher-USA TODAY Sports

21. Seattle Mariners (20-23) Calling Robinson Cano, Robinson Cano are you there? That is something the Mariners and their fans are asking themselves, as Cano has yet to get things going at the plate despite his protector in the lineup, Nelson Cruz, continuing to crush baseballs. This offense needs to get going as the pitching staff is becoming to come together outside of Taijuan Walker, who is pitching himself out of the rotation.

20. San Diego Padres (21-24) The Padres are in a rut, as they have lost seven of their last nine games. The offense has cooled off since Wil Myers went down with his wrist injury, as Justin Upton has been the only one to continue producing consistently. The 20 hits and 11 runs against the Dodgers Sunday was encouraging though. James Shields continues to sport an undefeated record, but the rest of the staff hasn’t been as lucky. The Padres have also played a difficult schedule, but things don’t really lighten up as they will visit the Angels before hosting the Pirates this week.

19. Boston Red Sox (21-23) Right as the pitching staff puts together a couple of strong outings, the offense disappears against the Rangers. They bounced back to take the series against the Angels, as they got strong starts from Wade Miley and Steven Wright to go along with some offense. A road trip to visit the Twins and Rangers is on tap for the week, which looks a lot more difficult than it did last week. If the offense can get on track with the current pitching staff surge, the Red Sox will quickly turn things around.

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