(Through Thursday’s games. Most recent in parentheses)

1. St Louis Cardinals. Miller homers, collects seventh win. (2)

2. Atlanta Braves. Shut down Pirates’ momentum with three-game sweep. (6)

3. Boston Red Sox. Big Papi answers Rangers’ bizarre intentional walk with walkoff. (8)

4. Texas Rangers. Darvish entered Saturday’s start with 111 Ks, .181 opponents BA. (1)

5. Cincinnati Reds. Huge coup for Clarence’s Armstrong to be a third-round pick. (3)

6. Oakland Athletics. Second half comes early as 17-3 roll has them in playoff hunt. (15)

7. Pittsburgh Pirates. Grilli has been Mariano-like as closer. (4)

8. New York Yankees. It’s already June, so Teixeira knows slow start not allowed. (5)

9. Arizona Diamondbacks. Kennedy allows eight runs in 50-pitch inning in St. Louis. (11)

10. Baltimore Orioles. Machado could challenge all-time record of 67 doubles. (13)

11. Detroit Tigers. Breakout week coming: Six games against Royals, Twins. (10)

12. Tampa Bay Rays. After pummeling Bisons, Myers’ time in Durham has to be running out. (14)

13. San Francisco Giants. Unusual stat sight: Only one starter with ERA under 4.00. (9)

14. Cleveland Indians. After pot bust, have to be wondering if Perez is worth all the trouble. (7)

15. Colorado Rockies. Surprisingly hanging over .500. (12)

16. Philadelphia Phillies. Mayberry becomes first player in MLB history with 2 extra-inning HRs in same game. (17)

17. Washington Nationals. So arrogant to assume they’d have a World Series chance every year. (16)

18. Minnesota Twins. Nice 7-3 run gets them within striking distance of .500. (25)

19. San Diego Padres. Snapped six-game skid vs. Rox with 12-inning win. (20)

20. Los Angeles Dodgers. Puig’s huge debut week includes power at plate, Cuban missile from outfield. (24)

21. Chicago White Sox. 16-inning win over Mariners was plain stupid fun. (19)

22. Kansas City Royals. Complete collapse at home during 11-game skid. (18)

23. Seattle Mariners. Bonderman stops Yanks for first win in 1,004 days. (21)

24. Toronto Blue Jays. Finally got a Mets-like outing from Dickey, finally called up Thole. (22)

25. Chicago Cubs. Top pick Bryant (31 HRs at U of San Diego) will be on fast track to Wrigley (27)

26. New York Mets. Sandwiched 1-10 drought around four-game sweep of Yankees. Sure Amazin’. (28)

27. Milwaukee Brewers. Biggest disappointment in NL, non-Nats division. (26)

28. Houston Astros. Hope back-to-back No. 1s will have Strasburg-Harper impact. (29)

29. Miami Marlins. Finally close to getting Stanton back. (30)

30. Los Angeles Angels. One-week ban to basement for getting swept at home by Astros. Can’t happen. (23)