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

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Jun 14, 2015; New York City, NY, USA; New York Mets center fielder

Darrell Ceciliani

(1) and right fielder

Curtis Granderson

(3) celebrate after defeating the Atlanta Braves 10-8 at Citi Field. Mandatory Credit: Noah K. Murray-USA TODAY Sports

12. New York Mets (34-30) It was a week of swings for the Mets, who not no-hit Tuesday by the Giants, then saw their offense wake up by scoring five or more runs in every game but one the remainder of the week. They will have a tough week, hosting the Blue Jays for the first two in their home-and-home series before embarking on an eight-game road trip. Will their offense be able to keep up with the high-powered Blue Jays? Better question, will their pitching staff be able to slow them down? It will be important to keep an eye on as the Mets try and widen their lead over the Nationals in the NL East.

11. San Francisco Giants (34-30) The big story for the Giants this week was the no-hitter that Chris Heston threw against the Mets. This was the fourth year in a row that the Giants would have a player throw a no-hitter, and fifth in the last six seasons. But, a tough schedule made for a rough weekend for the Giants, as they played a night game against the Mets on Thursday and then had to fly cross country to face a resting Diamondbacks team. They got handled rather easily, but still are within striking distance of the Dodgers.

10. Tampa Bay Rays (35-29) This Rays pitching staff is extremely strong. They lost a series to the Angels to start the week but were able to sweep the White Sox over the weekend to get things back on track during their homestand. Their bullpen continues to get things done, as Jake McGee and Kevin Jepsen have picked up for Brad Boxberger at the end of games as he works his way back from a triceps issue. The Rays will look to finish their homestand strong with a two-game series against the Nationals before going to Washington for two and Cleveland for a four-game series to end the week.

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