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MLB power rankings: How low can New York Yankees go after ugly series vs. Red Sox?

Just how far will the fall?

They have not won a series in their last seven tries. They've fallen from first place in the American League East to three games behind the .

And in 91影视 Sports' power rankings, it's taken less than a month for to tumble from No. 1 to No. 5.

The latest indignity came Sunday night, when they lost a second consecutive series to the , leaving them just 4 陆 ahead of their resurgent rivals - or, nearly as close to third place as they are to first. After the giddiness of rookie Ben Rice's three-homer game, the Yankees once again failed to win consecutive games - which they last did on June 12.

Now, just one week to get better before the All-Star break.

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2. Baltimore Orioles (-)

  • Heston Kjerstad 11 for 30 (.367) with 12 RBIs in 10 games since return from minors.

3. Cleveland Guardians (-)

  • Jose虂 Rami虂rez celebrates 10 years of service time and sixth All-Star selection on same day.

4. Los Angeles Dodgers (+1)

  • Shohei Ohtani first player to 20 homers, 20 steals.

5. New York Yankees (-1)

  • Back pages react gently to rookie's three-homer game: BEN THRICE, ALL RICE, THE BENBINO.

6. Milwaukee Brewers (+1)

  • Christian Yelich on a heater, boosts OPS to .940.

7. Atlanta Braves (-1)

  • Have won 11 of last 19 to simply tread water, eight games back.

8. Minnesota Twins (-)

  • Have won 10 of last 14 - and shaved deficit from 7 1/2 to six games.

9. Boston Red Sox (+3)

  • On a 16-6 tear, and have won 12 of last 17 vs. Yankees.

10. Kansas City Royals (-)

  • This might have seemed impossible a year ago, but they're sending two starting pitchers - Seth Lugo, Cole Ragans - to the All-Star Game.

11. Seattle Mariners (-2)

  • As division lead goes up in flames, J.P. Crawford tries .

12. San Diego Padres (-1)

  • Luis Arra虂ez will represent third team in three years 鈥 Twins, Marlins, Padres 鈥 at All-Star Game.

13. St. Louis Cardinals (+1)

  • Manfred Rule strikes again, as Ryan Helsley loses consecutive-save streak when Ghost Runner crosses home.

14. Houston Astros (-)

  • Made up eight games on Seattle in 18 days.

15. New York Mets (-)

  • OMG 鈥 they're a .500 team.

16. Arizona Diamondbacks (+1)

  • Christian Walker on pace for 40 homers, 115 RBIs.

17. San Francisco Giants (+1)

  • Heliot Ramos went from Sacramento shuttle to All-Star in a hurry.

18. Tampa Bay Rays (-2)

  • Pivotal stretch before trade deadline begins with 10 games vs. Yankees, Guardians.

19. Washington Nationals (-)

  • What a week for James Wood: A hit in first at-bat, changes numbers, homers, drives in five runs.

20. Texas Rangers (+1)

21. Pittsburgh Pirates (+1)

  • Paul Skenes' last five starts: 1.39 ERA, 40 strikeouts in 32 鈪 innings.

22. Cincinnati Reds (-2)

23. Chicago Cubs (-)

  • Shota Imanaga joins Sam Jones (1955) as just the second Cubs rookie pitcher to make All-Star team.

24. Detroit Tigers (+1)

  • Tarik Skubal, All-Star starter? Seems like a no-brainer.

25. Toronto Blue Jays (-1)

  • In 12 games, George Springer has boosted his OPS from .559 to .672.

26. Los Angeles Angels (-)

  • Shut out three times in past five games, but Anthony Rendon is back.

27. Oakland Athletics (+1)

  • Would a contending team acquiring Mason Miller treat him as carefully as A's?

28. 91影视 Rockies (+1)

  • With 14 home runs, All-Star Ryan McMahon should easily surpass his career high of 24.

29. Miami Marlins (-1)

  • Jake Burger's walk-off home run lets the No. 30 White Sox know just who's boss.

30. Chicago White Sox (-)

  • Now 26-66, if you're still counting.
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