1.(↑1) New York Yankees (21-8): The “Bronx Bombers” edge out the Rays this week by just three points (249 to 246) for the first place spot. Yankees fans have a lot to cheer about as their team is in the top 10 in every category, with the exception of strikeouts. They’re doing this without Curtis Granderson in the lineup and with Javier Vazquez doing everything he can to ruin their ERA. Scary!

2.(↓1) Tampa Bay Rays (22-9): The Rays took a beating on offense today as Dallas Braden threw a perfect game against them. It was their second consecutive loss to the A’s, but they have won six of their last 10 overall. They lead the MLB in RBI (172), wins (22), and WHIP (1.15).

3. (↑4) Toronto Blue Jays (19-14): So much for the Blue Jays falling back with the Orioles in the AL East. The Jays have some serious talent. They came back from a two-run deficit today to beat the White Sox in the ninth inning, and they lead the league with 50 home runs—seven more than the White Sox. Ricky Romero gave up some runs today, but he is a legitimate No. 1 for the Jays.

4.(↔) Minnesota Twins (21-11): The Twins have a 3.5 game lead over the Tigers in the AL Central and have won seven of their last 10. The Twins scored a respectable 219 points in this week’s FPR while not leading in any category but have scored over 100 in both hitting (108) and pitching (111).

5.(↑1) St. Louis Cardinals (20-12): The Cardinals didn’t score in the bottom 10 of any category while putting up 122 pitching points. They have the league’s best ERA but can they produce enough runs? St. Louis isn’t exactly a fast team and with only a .259 team batting average, they need to improve upon their middle-of-the-pack .409 slugging percentage.

6.(↓3) San Diego Padres (19-12): The Padres look pretty good with guys like Chase Headley (.325, 20 runs, and 9 steals) helping Adrian Gonzalez. Their young pitching is looking sharp with a 2.73 ERA and 1.19 WHIP.

7.(↑2) San Francisco Giants (18-12): As we expected, the Giants have the best pitching in the league. One hundred thirty six pitching points and scoring in the top eight in every category keep them in the top 10. I see the Giants as real contenders this year, regardless of what their offense looks like.

8.(↑11) Philadelphia Phillies (19-12): The Phillies, as I predicted, move back into the top 10 this week while being the week’s biggest movers. Shortstop Jimmy Rollins continues his rehab assignment and should be back fairly soon, while Jayson Werth is putting up career numbers (.349/7/26).

9.(↑6) Milwaukee Brewers (15-16): The Brewers are the only team below .500 in the top 10 and it’s not because of their pitching (63 points). Milwaukee ranks in the top four in average, RBI, and runs for a total of 127 batting points. If they can find a closer and another decent starter they could be contenders. But, they probably won’t!

10.(↑3) Texas Rangers (18-14): Elvis Andrus is a stolen base machine (13), which is why the Rangers scored the third-most points in that category; however, they scored the most points with saves this week. Good thing Ron Washington isn’t doing drugs this year and has Feliz as the closer, or they may not have gotten 29 points with their 12 saves in 17 chances. Frank Francisco has three of those blown saves.

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