Using only the latest and most powerful data processors, the staff of FOX Sports Ohio have created the "Power Cruncher," a system that indexes and analyzes Power Rankings from across the Internet. Ever wonder what the consensus is among the experts or how teams are trending? Now you'll know.
30. Arizona Diamondbacks
The good news is the Diamondbacks are 8-8 on the road but they have lost all but three of their 18 home games.
29. Houston Astros
The Astros went 3-6 on their recent homestand and now embark on a seven-game road trip.
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28. Chicago Cubs
Chicago recorded two shutouts in a five-game stretch last week for the first time since blanking the Astros twice in a three-game set in 2012.
27. Pittsburgh Pirates
After starting the season 6-3, the Pirates have gone 6-16 since then. They were 17-14 at this point last season.
26. Cleveland Indians
The Indians have the worst fielding percentage in the American League and have a league-high 30 errors which have led to 19 unearned runs.
25. San Diego Padres
The Padres have had 22 games decided by two runs or less which is the most in the majors. They are 12-10 in those games.
24. Minnesota Twins
Trevor Plouffe leads the majors in doubles with 14 and has 11 extra-base hits in his last 14 games. Trend
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23. Seattle Mariners
The Mariners have had eight different starting pitchers this season. Only the White Sox, with nine, have more.
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22. Toronto Blue Jays
The Blue Jays have lost nine of their last 13 despite averaging 5.62 runs per game and hitting .307 with runners in scoring position.
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21. Miami Marlins
The Marlins have recorded 10-or-more hits in four consecutive games and five of their last six.
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20. Chicago White Sox
Jose Abreu is the first player in American League history to be named Player of the Month in his first month in the majors. Trend
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19. Philadelphia Phillies
Phillies second baseman Chase Utley has reached base safely in his last 12 games and in 24 of 26 this season.
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18. Kansas City Royals
The Royals have lost four straight which is their longest skid of the season.as they embark on a seven-game road trip.
17. Cincinnati Reds
The Reds have won 12 of their last 20 after starting the season 3-8. They won four of six during a homestand last week.
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16. Tampa Bay Rays
The Rays have not lost in their last six series against the Yankees. They won four of them and split the other two.
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15. Baltimore Orioles
The Orioles are 6-3 in one-run games after going 20-31 last season. Sunday marked the first time in five road series they dropped the finale.
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14. New York Mets
Mets outfielder Juan Lagares has a career best 13-game hitting streak and is batting .339 (19 of 56) during that stretch.
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13. Boston Red Sox
The Red Sox offense is finally getting in gear. They have scored six runs or more in six of their last nine games.
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12. Los Angeles Angels
The Angels are 4-2 on their current nine-game homestand and have won five of their last seven at home after staring the season 2-6.
11. St. Louis Cardinals
The Cardinals began a nine-game road trip by dropping two of three to the Cubs. They are in the midst of a stretch where they are on the road for 20 of 26 games.
10. Washington Nationals
Over their last 15 games, Nationals starting pitchers have posted a 2.42 ERA (25 ER/93 IP), which is the best mark in the majors during that stretch.
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9. Colorado Rockies
Nolan Arenado has the longest hit streak in the majors this season (24 games) and the second longest in Rockies history.
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8. Texas Rangers
The Rangers have been in either first or second place in the AL West for the last 19 days, including the past seven in second.
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7. New York Yankees
The Yankees continue to lead the division but went 3-5 on their recent homestand before going out west.
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6. Los Angeles Dodgers
Pitchers have forced 34 groundball double plays, which is the most in the major leagues. Trend
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5. Atlanta Braves
The Braves entered last week with a four-game winning streak but were swept in series at Miami and against San Francisco.
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4. San Francisco Giants
With a sweep of the Braves in Atlanta for the first time since 1988, the Giants have won five straight and nine of their last 10.
3. Detroit Tigers
The Tigers have won five straight, including a sweep at Kansas City, and are the only team in the AL Central above .500.
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2. Oakland Athletics
The Athletics dropped two of three at Boston but went 6-4 on the road trip. They now have a 10-game homestand that starts with four games against Seattle.
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1. Milwaukee Brewers
Despite losing to Cincinnati in extra innings on Sunday, the Brewers lead the National League in road wins with 12.