The Pirates have won their past seven one-run home games, matching their longest streak in the past 36 seasons. Their latest -- a 5-4, 11-inning win against the Reds -- marked the team's 17th come-from-behind victory of the season, leading closer Jason Grilli to say, "This win shows the character of our team, the backbone we have." Where do the Pirates, whose 35-22 record is good enough for first place in any NL division except their own, rank among the league's best teams?

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Records through June 2, 2013.

Rank: Major League Baseball's top 5 teams

Angels

Angels

Record: 25-32

Astros

Astros

Record: 20-37

Athletics

Athletics

Record: 34-24

Blue Jays

Blue Jays

Record: 24-33

Braves

Braves

Record: 34-22

Brewers

Brewers

Record: 21-34

Cardinals

Cardinals

Record: 37-19

Cubs

Cubs

Record: 23-32

D-backs

D-backs

Record: 32-24

Dodgers

Dodgers

Record: 23-32

Giants

Giants

Record: 30-27

Indians

Indians

Record: 30-26

Mariners

Mariners

Record: 24-33

Marlins

Marlins

Record: 16-41

Mets

Mets

Record: 22-32

Nationals

Nationals

Record: 28-29

Orioles

Orioles

Record: 32-25

Padres

Padres

Record: 26-30

Phillies

Phillies

Record: 27-30

Pirates

Pirates

Record: 35-22

Rangers

Rangers

Record: 35-21

Rays

Rays

Record: 31-25

Reds

Reds

Record: 35-22

Red Sox

Red Sox

Record: 35-23

Rockies

Rockies

Record: 30-27

Royals

Royals

Record: 23-31

Tigers

Tigers

Record: 30-25

Twins

Twins

Record: 25-29

White Sox

White Sox

Record: 24-30

Yankees

Yankees

Record: 31-25

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