It’s September, folks, and things are getting weird.

The New York Yankees sold at the trade deadline, and now they’re postseason contenders.

The New York Mets gave an actual minor league contract to Tim Tebow, a 29-year-old ex-NFL quarterback who hasn’t played baseball competitively since high school. 

It’s an even year, but the San Francisco Giants are sinking like a kettlebell in quicksand. 

Up is down, night is day.

Thankfully, you’ve got another edition of Bleacher Report’s MLB Team of the Week to keep you grounded. The names change, but the rules remain the same: Here are 10 players—one per position, including a starting pitcher and designated hitter—who busted box scores over the past seven days.

To qualify, a player needs to have made at least two starts at the position in question or one start in the case of pitchers. And while this is primarily about individual output, we award extra credit for flashy stats that led to ticks in the win column.

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