St. Louis Cardinals (41-22)
The Cardinals were the first team to 40 wins. They just keep on rolling. (Photo by Dilip Vishwanat/Getty Images)<br><br> Matt Holliday hit a grand slam in the 10th inning and the Cards scored a total of seven-runs in the 10th as the Cardinals beat the Reds 11-4.
Texas Rangers (37-25)
Elvis Andrus' offensive performance thus far has underwhelmed. (Photo by Jennifer Stewart/Getty Images)<br><br>Ross Wolf gave up a walk-off single to Rajai Davis in the bottom of the 18th inning, as the Rangers lost 4-3, to the Blue Jays.
Cincinnati Reds (37-26)
Todd Frazier isn't world-beating anymore, but he's doing a good enough job at third base. (Photo by Jamie Sabau/Getty Images)<br><br>Reds right-handed reliever Logan Ondrusek was optioned to Triple-A Louisville after having an 8.71 ERA at home this season.
Boston Red Sox (39-25)
Did you ever think you'd say the day where Jose Iglesias had an OPS over 1.000 through more than 70 plate appearances? (Photo by Jim Rogash/Getty Images)<br><br>The Red Sox' Clay Buchholz has earned his ninth win of the season, but suffered a neck injury and his next start might be in jeopardy.
New York Yankees (37-26)
Mark Teixeira's first week back included a few home runs. (Photo by Otto Greule Jr/Getty Images)<br><br>Derek Jeter has been taking grounders and swinging for the first time since suffering a setback to his injured left ankle.
Atlanta Braves (39-24)
Justin Upton has two home runs since April ended. (Photo by Harry How/Getty Images) <br><br>Despite his lack of power, Justin Upton has remained in the lead among National League outfielders when the latest All-Star balloting results were released.
Pittsburgh Pirates (37-26)
Francisco Liriano keeps on pitching well. (Photo by Brian Kersey/Getty Images)<br><br>Pittsburgh's Gerrit Cole, who was selected No. 1 overall pick in the 2011 Draft will make his Major League debut Tuesday against the Giants.
Arizona Diamondbacks (35-28)
Arizona's bullpen continues to be nails. (Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images)<br><br>Paul Goldschmidt is second behind Joey Votto of the Reds in All-Star voting for first base. In the latest voting, Votto has 1,569,477 votes and Goldschmidt is at 928,647.
Oakland Athletics (38-27)
Oakland's record has been as good as any team over the past month. (Photo by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images)<br><br>Adam Rosales hit a solo home run, and the A's added three more, to beat the White Sox, 5-4, in 10 innings.
Detroit Tigers (35-26)
A series win over the Rays obscures some recent poor play by the Tigers. (Photo by Leon Halip/Getty Images)<br><br>Don Kelly hit a go-ahead three-run homer as the Tigers beat the Indians, 4-1 and swept the weekend series.
Baltimore Orioles (35-28)
Matt Wieters is having a disappointing season. (Photo by Al Messerschmidt/Getty Images)<br><br>Orioles activated right-handed reliever Pedro Strop from the disabled list over the weekend.
Tampa Bay Rays (34-28)
Chris Archer threw a gem on Friday night. (Photo by Al Messerschmidt/Getty Images)<br><br>The Rays rallied twice agains the Red Sox on Monday, but couldn't do it a third time and lost 10-8 in 14 innings.
San Francisco Giants (33-29)
The Giants have struggled lately. (Photo by Jennifer Stewart/Getty Images)<br><br>The Giants scored six-runs in the fourth inning against the Diamondbacks and won the game 10-5.
Colorado Rockies (34-30)
Michael Cuddyer has really rebounded after a down season. (Photo by Dustin Bradford/Getty Images)<br><br>The Rockies drafted their manager, Walt Weiss' son, Brody Weiss in the 22nd round of the First-Year Player Draft.
Washington Nationals (31-31)
Tyler Moore's poor season is flying under the radar a bit. (Photo by Stephen Dunn/Getty Images)<br><br>The Nationals are expecting pitcher Stephen Strasburg to be back on the mound on June 16th after suffering a lat strain that put him on the DL.
Cleveland Indians (30-32)
A prolonged losing streak drops the Indians down the rankings. (Photo by Leon Halip/Getty Images)<br><br>The Indians dropped their opening game of the Rangers series 6-3, extending their losing streak to eight-games.
San Diego Padres (29-34)
Losing Yonder Alonso to a broken hand is a tough (Photo by Denis Poroy/Getty Images)<br><br>The Padres placed Jedd Gyorko on the disabled list with an injured groin he suffered during the Rockies series over the weekend.
Kansas City Royals (28-32)
Few things can help a team get back on track like a series versus the Astros. (Photo by Ed Zurga/Getty Images)<br><br>The Royals extended their winning streak to six games after they beat the Tigers on Monday 3-2.
Philadelphia Phillies (31-33)
Jonathan Pettibone has done a decent job for the Phillies filling in in the rotation. (Photo by Brian Garfinkel/Getty Images)<br><br>Chase Utley said he hopes to rejoin the team by the middle of the month.
Seattle Mariners (27-37)
Raul Ibanez doesn't have a pretty average or on-base percentage, but he's smacking the ball around the yard. (Photo by Otto Greule Jr/Getty Images)<br><br>Mariners catcher Jesus Sucre was placed on the 15-day disabled list, as infielder Carlos Triunfel was recalled from Triple-A Tacoma.
Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim (27-36)
Chris Iannetta entered the weekend quietly leading the Angles in on-base percentage. (Photo by Harry How/Getty Images) <br><br>The Angels selected a pitcher with each of its first seven selections in the 2013 First-Year Player Draft.
Toronto Blue Jays (27-35)
Remember when the Sergio Santos deal looked like a steal for the Blue Jays? He just appeared in his 10th game with the club. (Photo by Tom Szczerbowski/Getty Images)<br><br>Blue Jays signed Chien-Ming Wang after being released by the Yankees and will start Tuesday's game against the White Sox.
Minnesota Twins (27-33)
Who had Justin Morneau with fewer home runs than Brian Dozier at this point in the season? (Photo by Jamie Squire/Getty Images)<br><br>Ryan Doumit hit a go-ahead RBI single in the 11th inning to lead the Twins to a 4-3 win over the Nationals.
Chicago White Sox (27-34)
Remember when the White Sox nudged over .500? They're way back underneath that mark now. (Photo by Otto Greule Jr/Getty Images)<br><br>Pitcher John Danks retired his final 21 batters in a row as the White Sox beat the A's 4-1.
Los Angeles Dodgers (27-35)
Safe to say Yasiel Puig's first week in the majors went well. (Photo by Harry How/Getty Images) <br><br>It went so well that Puig was named the National League Player of the Week.
Chicago Cubs (25-35)
Chicago took the best hitter available in the draft, San Diego University's Kris Bryant, who comes equipped with big-time power. (Photo by Jeff Gross/Getty Images)<br><br>Pitcher Kyuji Fujikawa will undergo Tommy John surgery on his right elbow after a visit with Dr. James Andrews revealed ligament damage.
Milwaukee Brewers (25-37)
Milwaukee's Juan Francisco addition is a smart move. He'll provide the Brewers with some left-handed thump. (Photo by Mike McGinnis/Getty Images)<br><br>Ryan Braun will likely sit out through the Marlins series and hopes to rest his injury and avoid landing on the disabled list.
New York Mets (23-35)
Marlon Byrd is having a nice season. (Photo by Rob Carr/Getty Images)<br><br>The Mets have demoted first baseman Ike Davis, outfielder Mike Baxter and reliever Robert Carson to Triple-A Las Vegas.
Houston Astros (22-42)
The Astros added Mark Appel in the draft, giving them a potential frontline starter who could be in the majors sooner than later. (Photo by Ed Zurga/Getty Images)<br><br>Roger Clemens' son, Kacy Clemens won't be joining the Houston Astros as he stated that he will not sign with the team and instead rejoin his college team the Texas Longhorns.
Miami Marlins (18-44)
Speaking of which, Houston's decent play over the past month has Miami in the driver's seat for next year's number one pick. (Photo by Drew Hallowell/Getty Images)<br><br>Adeiny Hechavarria hit an RBI single in the 20th inning to lead Miami past the Mets with 2-1 win, the game matched the longest in Marlins history.