1. Cardinals (44-25): They have the second-best ERA and have scored the third-most runs.
2. Braves (41-28): Top pitching staff in majors (3.32 ERA) will eventually get Beachy back.
3. Red Sox (42-29): Carp is hitting .405 with five homers and 12 RBIs in June.
4. Reds (42-28): Phillips, who has never reached 100 RBIs in a single season, is on pace to drive in 130 runs.
5. Tigers (38-29): They average 9.53 strikeouts per nine innings, nearly two more Ks than the major league average.
6. Athletics (42-29): In his last six starts, Colon is 6-0 with a 1.05 ERA.
7. Pirates (41-28): As a team, they have 11 shutouts this year — the most in baseball.
8. Orioles (40-30): Coming off a big series in which they took three of four from the AL East-leading Red Sox.
9. Yankees (38-31): Cano and Gardner have been carrying the offense.
10. Rangers (38-31): They entered the week leading the AL West and ended it three-games back.
11. Rockies (37-33): Tulowitzki and Gonzalez are first and second in the NL in OPS and have a combined 107 RBIs.
12. D-backs (37-32): Goldschmidt has 18 RBIs in June, the second-most in the majors this month.
13. Rays (36-33): They have an important stretch coming up with 10 straight vs. AL East foes.
14. Padres (35-34): Impressive back-to-back sweeps of the Braves and Diamondbacks put them above .500 for first time.
15. Royals (33-34): They have won 10 of 12 games and have an MLB-best 1.80 ERA in June.
16. Giants (35-33): That once-great staff has the second-fewest quality starts in the NL.
17. Nationals (34-34): Rendon has a 10-game hitting streak and has a .361 batting average.
18. Indians (34-34): Kluber has allowed one run or fewer in four of his past five starts.
19. Blue Jays (32-36): Pitching is coming around, holding the Rangers to four runs in a four-game sweep.
20. Phillies (33-37): Lee (8-2, 2.55 ERA) is back in Cy Young contention.
21. Twins (30-36): No starter has more than five wins.
22. Dodgers (29-39): Puig is hitting .479 in June, but they have a .242 team batting average this month.
23. Angels (30-39): Blanton is first AL pitcher to reach 10 losses.
24. Mariners (31-39): Morse has only three home runs since the start of May.
25. White Sox (28-38): They have the third-worst OPS in baseball.
26. Cubs (28-39): They have converted just 48 percent of save chances.
27. Brewers (28-40): Peralta has highest ERA (6.08) among qualified pitchers in the majors.
28. Mets (25-39): They have the worst batting average (.224) in the majors.
29. Astros (26-44): No team is close to their MLB-high 1.52 WHIP.
30. Marlins (21-47): Their .330 slugging percentage is pathetic.
* Records and stats entering Monday’s games