MLB Roundup (4.7.14)

AMERICAN LEAGUE STANDINGS

AL East
Rays
Yankees
Blue Jays
Red Sox
Orioles

AL Central
Tigers
White Sox
Indians
Twins
Royals

AL West
Mariners
Athletics
Rangers
Astros
Angels

NATIONAL LEAGUE STANDINGS

NL East
Marlins
Braves
Nationals
Phillies
Mets

NL Central
Brewers
Pirates
Cardinals
Reds
Cubs

NL West
Giants
Dodgers
Rockies
Padres
Diamondbacks

MLB STATS

Batting Average Leaders
Charlie Blackmon (Colorado) – .542
Josh Hamitlon (Los Angeles Angels) – .500
Emilio Bonifacio (Chicago Cubs) – .500

Hits Leaders
E. Bonifacio (Cubs) – 14
Paul Goldschmidt (Arizona) – 14
Michael Cuddyer (Colorado) – 13
Angel Pagan (San Francisco) – 13
C. Blackmon (Colorado) – 13

RBI Leaders
Mark Trumbo (Arizona) – 13
Giancarlo Stanton (Miami) – 12
Chris Colabello (Minnesota) – 11

Home Run Leaders
M. Trumbo (Arizona) – 5
Brandon Belt (San Francisco) – 4
Torri Hunter (Detroit) – 3
Jose Bautista (Toronto) – 3
Melky Cabrera (Toronto) – 3
Alejandro De Aza (Chicago White Sox) – 3

ERA Leaders (Pitching)
Multiples tied for 1st with a 0.00 ERA

Wins Leaders (Pitching)
Multiples tied for 1st with 2 wins.

Strikeout Leaders (Pitching)
Felix Hernandez (Seattle) – 19
Johnny Cueto (Cincinnati) – 17
Jose Fernandez (Miami) – 17

ESPN MLB Power Rankings (Top 11)

  1. Detroit Tigers
  2. Tampa Bay Rays
  3. St. Louis Cardinals
  4. Atlanta Braves
  5. San Francisco Giants
  6. Washington Nationals
  7. Los Angeles Dodgers
  8. Pittsburgh Pirates
  9. Boston Red Sox
  10. Miami Marlins
  11. Seattle Mariners
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