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Originally published Saturday, August 30, 2014 at 6:05 PM

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Royals: Word of advice to Ned Yost: When your organization hasn’t made the playoffs since 1985, ripping the fans for not showing up is probably not the best of ideas.

Mariners: A confrontation between Jesus Montero and a scout over an ice cream sandwich? Well, it does provide some distraction against the fact the team has lost three of four to start this homestand.

Yankees: Their playoff hopes have taken another hit with Masahiro Tanaka continuing to feel pain his right elbow. With how much they have invested, it might be best to shut him down for the rest of the season.

Cubs: First it was Javier Baez making a splash with his tape-measure shot, and now recent call-up Jorge Soler blasts a pair of homers in a game. Mark it down: 2016 will be year of the Cubs.

No. (LW)Team
1 (1)Angels
2 (2)A’s
3 (5)Orioles
4 (3)Dodgers
5 (4)Nationals
6 (6)Royals
7 (7)Brewers
8 (11)Tigers
9 (10)Giants
10 (9)Mariners
11 (8)Cardinals
12 (12)Braves
13 (13)Pirates
14 (14)Yankees
15 (16)Indians
16 (15)Blue Jays
17 (18)Marlins
18 (19)Reds
19 (17)Rays
20 (20)Mets
21 (24)Cubs
22 (22)Padres
23 (21)White Sox
24 (23)Phillies
25 (26)Red Sox
26 (25)Twins
27 (28)Diamondbacks
28 (27)Astros
29 (29)Rockies
30 (30)Rangers


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