1. Chicago Cubs (29-13
First losing season of the week for the Cubbies
2. Washington Nationals (27-17) LW: 2
Taking two of three from the Mets this week is a big boost
3.San Fransico (27-19) LW: 3
The Giants top three pitchers are throwing as well as a any in the league.
4. New York Mets (25-18) LW: 4
Going to need a strong end of the season from Matt Harvey
5. Pittsburgh Pirates (23-19) LW: 5
Jameson Tailion should enter the rotation in two weeks
6. St. Louis Cardinals (23-21) LW: 7
If the Cardinals can get healthy this summer, they are right in the thick of the wildcard race.
7. Los Angeles Dodgers (22-23) LW: 6
Ugly week by going 2-5 against the lowly Angels and Padres
8. Philadelphia Phillies ( 25-19) LW: 8
Still feels like they are playing over their heads, but Aaron Nola and Vincenent Velasquez are the real deal.
9. Miami Marlins (22-21) LW: 9
Hanging around despite almost no contribution from Giancarlo Stanton this month.
10.Colorado Rockies (21-21) LW;10
Something tells me Nolan Arenado will be an All-Star and in the home run derby this year
11. Arizona Diamondbacks (21-25) LW: 11
If it can go wrong, it will go wrong for the Diamondbacks this year
12. Milwaukee Brewers (18-26) LW: 13
Alert the media the Brewers took two of three from the Cubs
13. San Diego Padres (19-26) LW:14
Drew Pomeranz is a pleasent surprise, and may be on the trade deadline.
14.Cincinnati Reds (15-29) LW: 12
In the mmidst of a seven game lose streak
15. Atlanta Braves (12-31) LW: 15
They have the worst team in baseball.