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Top Ten Thursday; MLB Edition

 

  1. Chicago Cubs

 

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Last week: #1

October is almost here. The Cubs are ready.

  1. Boston Red Sox

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Last week: #4

What a season for Rick Porcello!

  1. Texas Rangers

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Last week: #3

After clinching the AL West, the Rangers are now focusing on getting healthy.

  1. Los Angeles Dodgers

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Last week: #6

Shortstop Corey Seager has been the favorite for NL Rookie of the Year and manager Dave Roberts may also be the favorite to take home Manager of the Year honors, as he’s led the team through a record number of injuries.

  1. Cleveland Indians

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Last week: #5

All is well except the starting rotation with both Danny Salazar and Carlos Carrasco sidelined, but the two solid starts from Josh Tomlin last week were a good sign.

  1. Washington Nationals

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Last week: #2

The injury bug has hit Washington hard. Not good going into the postseason.

  1. Toronto Blue Jays

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Last week: #7

If the next week goes well for the Blue Jays, Aaron Sanchez’s next pitch could be in the AL wild card game.

  1. Baltimore Orioles

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Last week: #8

Trey Mancini is giving the Orioles the offensive boost that they need.

  1. New York Mets

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Last week: #10

The Mets are just holding on for that top Wild Card spot. Can they finish strong without Steven Matz? That is the question.

  1. Detroit Tigers

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Last week: N/A

Justin Upton continues with the hot bat.

 

Left off the list this week:

San Francisco Giants (Last week: #9)

With the NL Wild Card race being as tight as it is, the Giants needed to go all in. They did just that by acquiring Gordon Beckham.

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