MLB Roundup 2013 (5.16.13)

AMERICAN LEAGUE STANDINGS

AL East
Yankees        Boo!!
Orioles
Red Sox        2 games out of first!
Rays
Blue Jays

AL Central
Tigers
Indians
Royals
Twins
White Sox         5 games behind

AL West
Rangers
Athletics
Mariners             7 games behind and have won 6 out of 10 of their last 10 games.
Angels
Astros

NATIONAL LEAGUE STANDINGS

NL East
Braves
Nationals
Phillies
Mets
Marlins

NL Central
Cardinals
Reds
Pirates             3 games out.
Cubs
Brewers

NL West
Giants
Diamondbacks
Rockies
Padres
Dodgers

STATS LEADERS

Batting Average
Loney (Tampa Bay) – .379
Cabrera (Detroit) – .369
Mauer (Minnesota) – .349

Hits
Machado (Baltimore) – 59
Cabrera (Detroit) – 58
Multiples tied for 3rd with 52 hits.

RBIs
Cabrera (Detroit) – 41
Davis (Baltimore) – 37
Napoli (Boston) – 34
Reynolds (Cleveland) – 34

Home Runs
Encarnacion (Toronto) – 11
Reynolds (Cleveland) – 11
Davis (Baltimore) – 11

Earned Run Average
Kershaw (Los Angeles Dodgers) – 1.40
Miller (St. Louis) – 1.40
Harvey (Mets) – 1.44
Felix Hernandez of the Seattle Mariners at 5th with a 1.53 – Go Felix!!

Strike Outs
Darvish (Texas) – 80
Burnett (Pittsburgh) – 72
Scherzer (Detroit) – 68
Hernandez of Seattle #6 with 64 SOs.

Wins
Zimmermann (Washington) – 7
Moore (Tampa Bay) – 7
Multiples tied at #3 with 6 wins.

Saves
Rivera (Yankees) – 16
Grilli (Pittsburgh) – 16
Johnson (Baltimore) – 14

ESPN Power Rankings (Top 13)

St. Louis Cardinals
Texas Rangers
San Francisco Giants
Baltimore Orioles
Boston Red Sox
Detroit Tigers
New York Yankees
Atlanta Braves
Arizona Diamondbacks
Cincinnati Reds
Washington Nationals
Cleveland Indians
Kansas City Royals

Seattle Mariners are ranked #19.

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