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1 Detroit Tigers Detroit Tigers 10-2
▲ 4
The question with Jose Iglesias has always been his bat. He's hitting thus far this season.
2 St. Louis Cardinals St. Louis Cardinals 8-3
▼ 1
It's hard to find too many defensive outfields better than the Cardinals' when they put Randal Grichuk, Peter Bourjos, and Jason Heyward together.
3 Los Angeles Dodgers Los Angeles Dodgers 9-4
▼ 1
So far, so good for Joel Peralta as Dodgers closer.
4 Boston Red Sox Boston Red Sox 7-5
▲ 2
Xander Bogaerts is reminding folks why he was so hyped in the first place.
5 New York Mets New York Mets 10-3
▲ 10
The Mets had a horrible health week, losing David Wright, Jerry Blevins, and Travis d'Arnaud.
6 Kansas City Royals Kansas City Royals 9-3
▲ 5
Losing Alex Rios is a tough break for the Royals.
7 San Diego Padres San Diego Padres 8-5
▲ 7
Most pleasant surprise of the Padres' season? Probably Brandon Morrow.
8 Washington Nationals Washington Nationals 6-7
▼ 5
The Nationals' bullpen has been a mess.
9 Los Angeles Angels Los Angeles Angels 5-7
▼ 5
Adam Wilk has an early-season case for most surprising MLB appearance.
10 Seattle Mariners Seattle Mariners 5-7
▼ 3
A popular breakout pick during the spring, Mike Zunino has played brutally.
11 Baltimore Orioles Baltimore Orioles 7-5
▼ 1
Travis Snider has been very good for the Orioles.
12 Colorado Rockies Colorado Rockies 7-5
▲ 10
Though Eddie Butler has a pretty ERA, his walk rate is awfully concerning.
13 Toronto Blue Jays Toronto Blue Jays 6-7
▼ 4
Kevin Pillar made one of the best catches you'll ever see.
14 Atlanta Braves Atlanta Braves 8-4
▲ 7
Cody Martin has probably been the Braves' most pleasant surprise to date.
15 Oakland Athletics Oakland Athletics 6-7
▲ 1
Kendall Gravemen rebounded from a rough A's debut with a quality start.
16 Chicago Cubs Chicago Cubs 6-5
▲ 3
Kris Bryant is finally here.
17 New York Yankees New York Yankees 6-6
▲ 1
At least Mark Teixeira is hitting.
18 San Francisco Giants San Francisco Giants 4-10
▼ 10
Not a good week for the Giants.
19 Tampa Bay Rays Tampa Bay Rays 6-7
▲ 4
Chris Archer has taken the steps necessary to be known as Tampa Bay's best starter.
20 Pittsburgh Pirates Pittsburgh Pirates 6-6
▼ 3
Pedro Alvarez looks like he could develop into an asset at first base.
21 Chicago White Sox Chicago White Sox 4-7
▼ 8
Carlos Rodon is also finally here
22 Cleveland Indians Cleveland Indians 4-7
▼ 10
Brandon Moss' first few weeks with the Indians haven't gone well.
23 Texas Rangers Texas Rangers 5-8
▲ 2
It seems like every game involving the Rangers has been a blowout one way or the other.
24 Arizona Diamondbacks Arizona Diamondbacks 7-6
▲ 3
Yasmani Tomas' promotion is bizarre, as he didn't play well in the minors and has no real role on the big-league team.
25 Houston Astros Houston Astros 6-6
▼ 1
The good news is, Chris Carter and Evan Gattis can't hit much worse than they have.
26 Cincinnati Reds Cincinnati Reds 5-7
▼ 6
It's still a little hard to believe Jason Marquis is in a big-league rotation
27 Minnesota Twins Minnesota Twins 5-7
▲ 3
Minnesota's lineup has been horrid.
28 Philadelphia Phillies Philadelphia Phillies 4-9
▼ 2
You wonder if Ben Revere enters June with the Phillies.
29 Miami Marlins Miami Marlins 3-10
▼ 1
Many consider J.T. Realmuto Miami's catcher of the future.
30 Milwaukee Brewers Milwaukee Brewers 2-10
▼ 1
Ron Roenicke's seat is warming up.