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MLB League Leaders (Pitching)

American League
WINS: Civale, Cleveland. Matz, Toronto. Rodriquez, Boston - 4
EARNED RUN AVERAGE: Duffy, Kansas City - 0.39
SAVES: Castillo, Tampa Bay. Barnes, Boston - 6
STRIKEOUTS: Bieber, Cleveland - 57
QUALITY STARTS: Bieber, Cleveland - 5

National League
WINS: Kershaw, Los Angeles Dodgers. Flaherty, St.Louis - 4
EARNED RUN AVERAGE: de Grom, New York Mets - 0.51
SAVES: Melancon, San Diego - 8
STRIKEOUTS: deDrom, New York Mets - 59
QUALITY STARTS: Kershaw, Los Angeles Dodgers. deGrom, New York Mets - 5
 

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MLB Power Rankings Week 8: There's a new No. 1 team on our list ... who is it?
After a two-week run at the top by the Chicago White Sox, a new team has overtaken the AL Central leaders for the No. 1 spot in our MLB Power Rankings this week.

No.1: San Diego (32 - 18)
No.2: Los Angeles Dodgers (30 - 19)
No.3: Tampa Bay (31 - 20)
No.4: Chicago White Sox (28 - 20)
No.5: Boston (30 - 20)

No.26: Arizona (18 -32)
No.27: Colorado (19 -30)
No.28: Baltimore (17 - 32)
No.29: Pittsburgh (18 - 30)
No.30: Detroit (19 - 30)
 

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Chicago White Sox's Tony La Russa passes John McGraw for second-most career wins by MLB manager

The Chicago White Sox's Tony La Russa moved into second place on MLB's all-time manager wins list with his 2,764th career victory on Sunday. La Russa passed John McGraw after his team beat the Detroit Tigers 3-0 in Chicago. He now trails only Connie Mack. La Russa, 76, came out of a 10-year retirement to take over the ultra-loaded White Sox after beginning his career with the same job in Chicago in 1979. He went on to manage the Oakland Athlectics and Si. Louis Cardinals before retiring the first time following the 2011 season. He was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2014.

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MLB Standings 2021 - League

League Leaders
American League
Chicago White Sox (43 - 25)
National League
San Francisco (42 - 25)


MLB Standings 2021 - Division

Division Leaders
American League
EAST: Tampa Bay (43 - 26)
CENTRAL: Chicago White Sox (43 - 25)
WEST: Oakland (43 - 27)
National League
EAST: New York Mets (35 - 25)
CENTRAL: Milwaukee (38 - 30). Chicago Cubs (38 - 30)
WEST: San Francisco (42 - 25)
 

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MLB League Leaders (Pitching)

American League
WINS: Civale, Cleveland - 10
EARNED RUN AVERAGE: Gibson, Texas - .1.98
SAVES: Hendricks, Chicago White Sox - 21
STRIKEOUTS: Bieber, Cleveland - 130
QUALITY STARTS: Gibson, Texas - 12 - Cole, New York Yankees - 12


National League
WINS: Urias, Los Angeles Dodgers- 10 - Hendricks, Chicago - 10
EARNED RUN AVERAGE: de Grom, New York Mets - 0.95
SAVES: Melancon, San Diego - 25
STRIKEOUTS: Wheeler, Philadelphia - 139
QUALITY STARTS: Baur, Los Angeles Dodgers - 14 - Buehler, Los Angeles Dodgers - 14
 

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MLB League Leaders (Batting)

American League
BATTING AVERAGE: Brantley, Houston - .340
HOME RUNS: Ohtani, Los Angeles Angels - 30
RUNS BATTED IN: Guerrero, Jr, Totonto - 69
HITS: Guerrero, Jr, Totonto - 99 - Mullens, Baltimore - 99

STOLEN BASES: Merrifield, Kansas City - 23


National League
BATTING AVERAGE: Castellanos, Cincinnati - .340
HOME RUNS: Tatis, Jr, San Diego - 26
RUNS BATTED IN: Albies, Atlanta - 59
HITS: Castellanos, Cincinnati - 104
STOLEN BASES: Turner, Washington - 18
 

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MLB Power Rankings Week 14 - Who is No. 1 before the All-Star break?

With the season's halfway mark arriving in the coming days, the teams at the top of our MLB Power Rankings have started to separate themselves from the pack while those at the bottom might already be thinking about next year as the trade deadline approaches. Here is what our eight-voter expert panel decided based on what they have learned in the first three months of the 2021 season. We also asked ESPN baseball experts David Schoenfield, Bradford Doolittle, Joon Lee, Jesse Rogers and Alden Gonzalez to weigh in with one Week 12 observation based on what they have seen recently for all 30 teams.

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Pittsburgh Pirates draft Louisville catcher Henry Davis with No. 1 pick; Jack Leiter goes to Texas Rangers at No. 2
Regarded as the best college hitter in the draft, Davis exploded at the plate this year, hitting .370/.482/.663 with 15 home runs and more walks than strikeouts (31 to 24) over 50 games. Leiter repertoire could play near the top of a big league rotation. He was 11-4 with a 2.13 ERA with the Commodores, including a no-hitter against South Carolina, and struck out 179 in 110 innings.


Top 10 Picks Of MLB Draft

1. PiratesC Henry Davis
2. RangersRHP Jack Leiter
3. TigersRHPJackson Jobe
4. Red SoxSS Marcelo Mayer
5. OriolesOF Colton Cowser
6. DiamondbacksSS Jordan Lawlar
7. RoyalsLHP Frank Mozzicato
8. RockiesOF Benny Montgomery
9. AngelsRHP Sam Bachman
10. MetsRHP Kumar Rocker
 
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