Pittsburgh Pirates Weekly 25-man Power Rankings II

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Jun 7, 2015; Atlanta, GA, USA; Pittsburgh Pirates second baseman Josh Harrison (5) reacts with team mates after scoring against the Atlanta Braves during the fifth inning at Turner Field. Mandatory Credit: Dale Zanine-USA TODAY Sports

We continue on with our complete 25-man power rankings for the previous week in Pittsburgh Pirates baseball.

team. 4. <strong><a href=. #5. Previous: 17th. Josh Harrison. 15

team. 4. <strong><a href=. #24. Previous: 14th. Pedro Alvarez. 14

4. It gets a little tricky to start ranking the best Pirates of the week when you have a week like <strong><a href=. #18. Previous: 3rd. Neil Walker. 13. team

Previous: 9th. Arquimedes Caminero. 12. team. 4. <strong><a href=. #37

Tony Watson. 11. team. 4. Like many pitchers in the 10-8 slugfest vs the Braves, Watson struggled, allowing three hits and two walks in the 0.2 innings he pitched. In typical Watson fashion, he bounced back with a clean appearance, needing only two pitches to record two outs in the 2-0 win over the Brewers. Watson earned this ranking for his resiliency.. #44. Previous: 7th

Next we’ll face some tough choices as we try to whittle down the cream of the crop from the past week in Pittsburgh Pirates baseball.

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