The Oakland A's continue at the top of the TSN.ca MLB Power Rankings, ahead of the Toronto Blue Jays and San Franscisco Giants as the top three remains the same for the second straight week.
Making a move up, due to outstanding starting pitching (1.24 starters' ERA in June), the Washington Nationals have jumped from 13 to seven.
This week's big move was by the Cleveland Indians, who rocket from 23 to 13, after going 9-1 in the past 10 games, including a 17-run explosion against Texas Monday.
Even though the Cincinnati Reds continue to struggle, they move up from 19 to 14, largely on news that first baseman Joey Votto has been activated from the disabled list.
A 5-2 record in the past seven games was enough to vault the Arizona Diamondbacks out of the basement, up to 24 from 30.
Heading the wrong way, the Chicago White Sox fall from 10 to 16,as they continue to seek answers behind Chris Sale in the starting rotation.
The New York Mets, losers of six straight, drop from 15 to 21.
Injuries and subpar pitching have caught up to the Colorado Rockies, who are 3-14 in the past 17 games and plummet from 14 to 25 this week.
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