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

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May 29, 2015; Milwaukee, WI, USA; Arizona Diamondbacks first baseman

Paul Goldschmidt

(44) high fives teammates in the dugout after scoring during the first inning against the Milwaukee Brewers at Miller Park. Mandatory Credit: Jeff Hanisch-USA TODAY Sports

21. Baltimore Orioles (23-26) It was a full week for the Orioles, who played eight games against three different teams. Taking two of three from the Astros was a strong start, but they finished the week 4-4. The Orioles are stuck in the middle of the pack, and could really use a spark. Could they be one of the teams that engage the Phillies in trade offers trying to get Cole Hamels to be the ace of their staff and Ryan Howard to DH in the middle of their lineup.

20. Cleveland Indians (23-26) The Indians lost the series to the Rangers, but bounced back with a strong weekend taking three of four from the Mariners. Corey Kluber has been outstanding recently on the mound, looking like the Cy Young he was last season. They have a positive run differential on the season, and it is only a matter of time until their record reflects that as well. The AL Central has quickly become the toughest one in baseball, as the surprising success of the Twins has pushed the Indians lower down in the standings.

19. Arizona Diamondbacks (23-26) The Diamondbacks showed they were still a little ways away, getting swept by the Cardinals to start the week but playing them tough. They then took two of three from the Brewers, losing a 17 inning marathon Sunday afternoon. Paul Goldschmidt continues to crush the ball, as he got on base eight times in the 17 inning game, and is a legitimate MVP candidate.

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