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Top Ten Thursday

 

  1. Chicago Cubs

Cubs

Last week: #1

Despite splitting the series against the Cardinals, the Cubs offense continues to dominate. Out-scoring opponents 39-21 this week.

 

  1. Washington Nationals

Nationals

Last week: #2

The Nationals went 6-5 in gameplay this week, losing a couple big blowouts. Bryce Harper hit his first home run since July 20th, can this be an offensive spark?

 

  1. Cleveland Indians

Indians

Last week: #5

Everything has clicked for this team recently. Run support is not an issue for them.

 

  1. Texas Rangers

Rangers

Last week: #3

Jonathan Lucroy hasn’t missed a beat since being traded from the Brewers. The only worry is the lead-off spot due to Shin-soo Choo being out for the season.

 

  1. Los Angeles Dodgers

Dodgers

Last week: #10

The N.L. West is one of the tougher divisions and the Dodgers just took over the top spot.

 

  1. Toronto Blue Jays

BlueJays

Last week: #4

With just a game and a half lead, the Blue Jays need to figure out themselves before Baltimore or Boston takes over the division lead.

 

  1. Boston Red Sox

RedSox

Last week: #8

Mookie Betts had himself yet another monster week. 5 home runs and three of those came in one game.

 

  1. Baltimore Orioles

Orioles

Last week: #6

It’s a tight race in the A.L. East, and the O’s have a lot to fix if they want to punch a ticket to the Big Show.

 

  1. Detroit Tigers

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Last week: #7

Even though Cleveland has a 6 game lead, the Central is a roller coaster and the Tigers need to put more focus on fine tuning their pitching staff.

 

  1. San Francisco Giants

Giants

Last week: #9

“It’s an even year!” Sure doesn’t seem like it for the Giants. They went just a whopping 1-5 this week and lost their division lead.

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