(Through Friday night’s games, last week in parenthesis)

1. Atlanta Braves. Kimbrel rebounds from blowup in Cincy to earn 100th save. (2)

2. St Louis Cardinals. Craig starting to pile up the RBIs. (6)

3. Texas Rangers. Minus Hamilton, Washington has been AL’s best manager so far. (4)

4. New York Yankees. Hope they kept Mariano out of the KC outfield this weekend. (3)

5. Baltimore Orioles. Won six of their last seven series. (11)

6. Boston Red Sox. Sudden trouble as bullpen crushed by injuries. (1)

7. Detroit Tigers. Not even a balky back can slow Miggy. (7)

8. San Francisco Giants. Quick two-game jaunt to Toronto opens Tuesday. (8)

9. Arizona Diamondbacks. Goldschmidt takes over NL RBI lead. (13)

10. Kansas City Royals. Ex-Bison Guthrie has 10 straight wins, a first for KC since 1980. (9)

11. Cleveland Indians. Back in the race after ump-aided 8-1 homestand. (22)

12. Colorado Rockies. Tulo back after more groin issues. (5)

13. Washington Nationals. Open 10-day NL West roadie Monday in LA. (16)

14. Cincinnati Reds. Oh, to be Scott Boras peddling Choo this winter. (15)

15. Pittsburgh Pirates. Start 10-game homestand Monday. (10)

16. Minnesota Twins. Flourished at Fenway to get over .500. (17)

17. Oakland Athletics. After fiasco in Cleveland, MLB hoping hard they don’t miss playoffs by a game. (12)

18. San Diego Padres. 7-3 run gets them out of NL West cellar. (25)

19. Tampa Bay Rays. Can’t blow seven-run leads to Blue Jays. (21)

20. Milwaukee Brewers. Just 4-9 since nine-game win streak. (14)

21. Seattle Mariners. King Felix outduels Burnett in ‘Burgh ace battle. (23)

22. New York Mets. Harvey is greatest show since ‘85 Gooden. (24)

23. Philadelphia Phillies. Finally, Halladay deals with reality. (20)

24. Chicago White Sox. Manto’s men have AL’s worst batting average. (22)

25. Los Angeles Dodgers. Disastrous flop as Marlins are only NL club worse at home. (18)

26. Chicago Cubs. Former Oriole Gregg earns closer role. (26)

27. Toronto Blue Jays. Amazing Happ walked out of hospital the next day after frightening scene. (28)

28. Los Angeles Angels. Narrowly averted hideous Houston sweep. (27)

29. Houston Astros. Can’t stop looking for them in NL standings. Oooof. (29)

30. Miami Marlins. If this was European soccer, they’d be a lock to be relegated. (30)