MLB Power Rankings: New York Yankees Vault Into Top 10

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Jun 6, 2015; Denver, CO, USA; The Colorado Rockies players celebrate after their game against the Miami Marlins at Coors Field. The Rockies won 10-5. Mandatory Credit: Chris Humphreys-USA TODAY Sports

24. Chicago White Sox (25-30) Another disappointing week for the White Sox, who lost two of three to the Rangers then were unable to take advantage of a struggling Tigers team, losing two of three again. Carlos Rodon continues to impress though, as he threw a great game against the Rangers, going six innings with 10 strikeouts and one run allowed but was straddled with a no decision. Not to be outdone, Chris Sale looks to be back on track, as he also dominated the Rangers to the tune of seven shutout innings and 13 strikeouts.

23. Baltimore Orioles (26-30) The Orioles lost the first three games of the week to the Astros, but picked things up after that taking the series finale and taking two of three from the Indians over the weekend. The Orioles are stuck in a bit of a rut though, as the Orioles need a little bit of a boost. Could they be the team that finally ponies up with the Phillies for Cole Hamels and Ryan Howard? Both would help the Orioles immensely.

22. Colorado Rockies (25-30) The Rockies played the Dodgers tough, splitting the four game series before falling two out of three times to the Marlins over the weekend. The losing record wasn’t for a lack of runs though, as the Rockies were hitting the ball rather well even when they were losing games. Troy Tulowitzki will start to hear his name in a number of rumors once again with the trade deadline quickly approaching, and if he hits like he did this week they will only get louder. The Rockies slugger raised his average 22 points this week, adding nine RBI in the process with two home runs and one double.

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