The Colorado Rockies are perhaps having their greatest season in franchise history. They lead the National League West by one game and are 20 games over .500 for the No. 2 spot in USA TODAY Sports’ power rankings.

Meanwhile, the Houston Astros maintained the No. 1 spot for the six consecutive week. 

The Kansas City Royals had the biggest jump this week, moving up seven spots to No. 16, possibly saving there season. 

From 1 to 30, how they stack up based on voting from our 10-person panel:

TEAM.  MOVEMENT

1. Houston Astros: —

Derek Fisher makes major league debut but alas, he can’t pitch.

2. Colorado Rockies: +1

Well on their way to greatest season in franchise history.

3. Los Angeles Dodgers: +2

Cody Bellinger one homer off NL lead. He debuted on April 25.

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4. Washington Nationals: —

Anthony Rendon’s mane – and his stats – very quietly All-Star caliber.

5. Arizona Diamondbacks: +1

Is this the first Rockies-Diamondbacks series that’s mattered since the 2007 NLCS?

6. New York Yankees: -4

To Aaron is divine: Judge, Hicks both in AL’s top five for WAR.

7. Boston Red Sox: -1

Offense starting to cook, with seven regulars sporting at least a .341 OBP.

8. Cleveland Indians:  —

Remember those mean tweets bemoaning the signing of Edwin Encarnacion?

9. Milwaukee Brewers: +1

Wounded Brewers fans trying to enjoy this ride, but keep remembering 2014.

10. Chicago Cubs: +1

Rizzo is 9-for-22 (.409) since being moved to the leadoff spot.

11. Tampa Bay Rays: +2

Can a regime noted for its creativity find fun ways to utilize No. 1 pick Brendan McKay?

12. Minnesota Twins: -3

Royce Lewis drops a “Minnesota Nice” in opening press conference. Smart kid.

13. Texas Rangers: +5

Cole Hamels could be back by next week.

14. Baltimore Orioles:  -2

Didn’t see this coming: Trey Mancini leads club with .899 OPS.

15. Toronto Blue Jays: -1

Still haven’t reached .500 this year – but getting oh so close.

16. Kansas City Royals: +7

Mike Moustakas enhancing his free agent profile – and boosting Royals’ last ride.

17. Los Angeles Angels: -1

No. 10 overall pick Jordon Adell already signed, sealed and off to Arizona.

18. St. Louis Cardinals: -2

After grim start, Dexter Fowler’s .844 OPS now well above his .790 career mark.

19. Seattle Mariners: -4

Ben Gamel batting .463 during 10-game hitting streak.

 

20. Detroit Tigers: -1

Gave up nearly six runs a game in losing five of seven to Rays.

21. Chicago White Sox: +3

18-18 vs. division foes, 13-19 against everyone else.

22. New York Mets: -1

Amed Rosario starting to wonder, “Was it something I said?”

23. Pittsburgh Pirates: -1

Jameson Taillon shuts out Rockies for five innings in return from cancer surgery.

24. Atlanta Braves: +2

Matt Adams: .735 OPS with Cardinals, .912 with Braves.

25. Miami Marlins: +2

Would be in thick of things if not for losing five of eight to Braves.

26. Oakland Athletics: -1

They’re 4-0 in the Matt Chapman Era.

27. Cincinnati Reds: -6

Reds draft Hunter Greene, rebuffed in efforts to clone him.

28. San Diego Padres: +1

Franchy Cordero might be remembered for more than just his awesome name.

29. San Francisco Giants: -2

WMark Melancon’s four blown saves matches his 2016 total over 51 opportunities.

30. Philadelphia Phillies: —

Record of 11-34 since May 1.

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