It’s time for an updated version of our position-by-position power rankings, as we enter the final two months of the 2015 MLB campaign.

The preseason rankings were released March 3, with subsequent versions published April 14 and June 2, so with two more months gone by it’s time to for the latest update.

The following rankings take into account players’ all-around offensive abilities, their defensive contributions as well as what they have meant to the success of their respective teams.

This is an overview of the top 10 players based solely on what they have done in 2015, so past success and/or expected regression do not play a factor.

It should be noted: These are not power rankings in the traditional sense where recent performance greatly influences position. Instead, it is simply meant as a “best of” so far in 2015, with the entire body of work this season taken into account.

On top of naming the top 10 overall players at each position, we’ve included a quick look at the top three rookie performers in an effort to shine more light on who may be the future at each spot.

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