MLB Power Rankings: New York Mets, New York Yankees Have Up And Down Week

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May 31, 2015; Philadelphia, PA, USA; Colorado Rockies third baseman

Nolan Arenado

(28) and shortstop

Troy Tulowitzki

(2) celebrate final out against the Philadelphia Phillies at Citizens Bank Park. The Rockies defeated the Phillies, 4-1. Mandatory Credit: Eric Hartline-USA TODAY Sports

24. Toronto Blue Jays (23-29) A .500 record from this past week, as they took two of three from the White Sox then lost two of three against the Twins. This offense is as strong as any in baseball, as Edwin Encarnacion, Jose Bautista and Josh Donaldson have more home runs than some teams have. Donaldson has been on a tear recently, hitting six home runs this past week. If they can get some better production from their pitching staff, this will be a dangerous team.

23. Chicago White Sox (23-26) It was a busy week for the White Sox, who had to play eight games in seven days and came away with a split of the eight. All of the games came on the road, and they will finish their road trip with a visit to the Rangers to start this week. The White Sox pitching staff has been coming along slowly but surely, and once they do this team will greatly improve. Chris Sale and Jeff Samardzija both have ERAs under 4.00 now as they finally are turning things around.

22. Colorado Rockies (22-26) Currently the hottest team in baseball resides in Colorado, where the Rockies have won four straight games and seven of their last eight. Surprisingly the pitching staff has been the driving force in the Rockies recent success. Chad Bettis has been great since joining the major league team in mid-May, most recently tossing eight shutout innings against the Phillies over the weekend. John Axford has had a career renaissance as well as the Rockies closer, saving nine games and giving up only one run in 14 innings.

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