The Houston Astros Are Higher Than You Think in Our Power Rankings

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Apr 17, 2015; New York City, NY, USA; Miami Marlins right fielder

Giancarlo Stanton

(27) rounds the bases after hitting a home run against the New York Mets during the first inning at Citi Field. Mandatory Credit: Brad Penner-USA TODAY Sports

30. team. 76. After finishing last season 4-8 in their last twelve games, the Brewers have started right where they left off in 2015. Their team ERA of 4.69 ranks 28th, and the 30 runs they’ve scored is the fewest in baseball. <strong><a href=. (2-10). Previous: --th. Milwaukee Brewers

Miami Marlins. 29. team. 82. The Marlins were the sexy pick to make the playoffs before the season began, and some were even thinking World Series. Their weak start may have those same people pumping the breaks. <strong><a href=. (3-10). Previous: --th

Previous: --th. San Francisco Giants. 28. team. 40. <strong><a href=. (4-10)

Philadelphia Phillies. 27. team. 6. The Phillies pitching staff is holding their own through the first two weeks of the season, with a 4.03 ERA, but their offense is next-to-last in runs scored. <strong><a href=. (4-9). Previous: --th

team. 128. The White Sox rank in the lower third in runs scored which isn’t what many were expecting. The rotation has <strong><a href=. (4-7). Previous: --th. Chicago White Sox. 26

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