MLB Roundup (5.30.14)

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AMERICAN LEAGUE STANDINGS

AL East
Blue Jays
Yankees
Orioles
Red Sox
Rays

AL Central
Tigers
White Sox
Royals
Twins
Indians

AL West
Athletics
Angels
Rangers
Mariners
Astros

NATIONAL LEAGUE STANDINGS

NL East
Marlins
Braves
Nationals
Mets
Philadelphia

NL Central
Brewers
Cardinals
Pirates
Reds
Cubs

NL West
Giants
Rockies
Dodgers
Padres
Diamondbacks

MLB STATS

Batting Average Leaders
Troy Tulowitzki (Colorado) – .369
Yasiel Puig (Los Angeles) – .348
Victor Martinez (Detroit) – .344

Hits Leaders
Jose Altuve (Houston) – 76
Melky Cabrera (Toronto) – 72
Alex Rios (Texas) – 69
Alexei Ramirez (Chicago) – 69

RBI Leaders
Nelson Cruz (Baltimore) – 49
Giancario Stanton (Miami) – 49
Edwin Encarnacion (Toronto) – 48

Home Run Leaders
Nelson Cruz (Baltimore) – 19
Edwin Encarnacion (Toronto) – 18
Giancarlo Stanton (Miami) – 15
Jose Abreu (Chicago) – 15

ERA Leaders (Pitching)
Adam Wainwright (St Louis) – 1.67
Jeff Samardzija (Chicago) – 1.68
Julio Teheran (Atlanta) – 1.77

Wins Leaders (Pitching)
Mark Beuhrle (Toronto) – 9
Adam Wainwright (St Louis) – 8
Zack Greinke (Los Angeles) – 8
Rick Porcello (Detroit) – 8

Strikeout Leaders (Pitching)
Johnny Cueto (Cincinatti) – 85
David Price (Tampa Bay) – 84
Felix Hernandez (Seattle) – 83

ESPN MLB Power Rankings (Top 11)

Oakland Athletics
Detroit Tigers
San Francisco Giants
Los Angeles Angels
St Louis Cardinals
Atlanta Braves
Milwaukee Brewers
Toronto Blue Jays
Colorado Rockies
Los Angeles Dodgers
Miami Marlins

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