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

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Jun 14, 2015; Houston, TX, USA; Seattle Mariners second baseman

Robinson Cano

(22) looks on between plays during the fifth inning against the Houston Astros at Minute Maid Park. Mandatory Credit: Troy Taormina-USA TODAY Sports

24. Seattle Mariners (28-35) The Mariners acquired Mark Trumbo hoping he would help jump start their offense, but thus far he has fallen victim to whatever is affecting every Mariner except Nelson Cruz, as Trumbo is hitting an ugly .162/.162/.162 with his time in the Northwest. It is what is holding this team back, as this past week they scored a grand total of zero runs in their three losses. They need to get things figured out at the plate if they are to truly turn things around this season. Robinson Cano getting on track would help the cause, as his season long slump continues.

23. Colorado Rockies (28-34) The Rockies had the makings of a good week, taking two of three from the Cardinals, falling just short of a sweep in a close game Wednesday. They then lost three of four to the Marlins on the road, as their offense disappeared; after scoring 17 runs at home against the Cardinals in three games, they managed only six against the Marlins in four. That is basically the Rockies in a nutshell since they came into existence, as they can outhit anyone at home but when on the road when their offense regresses to the mean, they do not have the pitching to make up for it.

22. Atlanta Braves (30-33) The Braves had a shot to get two series wins this past week, but their pitching staff let them down Sunday afternoon against the Mets, blowing a big lead. Prior to that, they were able to take down the San Diego Padres in a three game series, seeing many old faces after a big trade with them right before the regular season started. They will have a home-and-home with the Red Sox before hosting the Mets to try and get some retribution for this past weekend.

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