Rank   Team Record   Change   Comment
1 St. Louis Cardinals St. Louis Cardinals 63-35
Steve Cishek isn't your traditional late-inning reliever, but he ought to help boost the Cards' bullpen.
2 Los Angeles Dodgers Los Angeles Dodgers 56-44
The Dodgers could use some pitching help.
3 Kansas City Royals Kansas City Royals 59-38
▲ 1
Johnny Cueto is exactly the kind of arm KC needed to right its rotation.
4 New York Yankees New York Yankees 55-42
▲ 2
The question in New York is whether the Yankees will grab a new starting pitcher.
5 Pittsburgh Pirates Pittsburgh Pirates 57-41
▼ 2
Cool to see Aramis Ramirez back in black and gold, all these years later.
6 Houston Astros Houston Astros 55-45
▲ 2
Scott Kazmir gives the Astros another veteran starter to lean on.
7 Washington Nationals Washington Nationals 52-45
Abel De Los Santos is a reliever worth keeping an eye on.
8 Minnesota Twins Minnesota Twins 52-46
▼ 3
Ervin Santana has quietly been decent for the Twins since his return.
9 Los Angeles Angels Los Angeles Angels 55-43
▲ 2
The Angels don't have a ton to trade, but expect them to pursue a bat.
10 San Francisco Giants San Francisco Giants 54-44
Jean Machi went from an old rookie to a solid middle reliever to gone in four years.
11 Chicago Cubs Chicago Cubs 51-46
▼ 2
Kyle Schwarber with his first signature game.
12 New York Mets New York Mets 51-48
▲ 1
The Mets had a busy Friday, adding Michael Conforto, Juan Uribe, and Kelly Johnson to a struggling lineup.
13 Toronto Blue Jays Toronto Blue Jays 50-50
▼ 1
Here's guessing Joba Chamberlain isn't the big bullpen addition Toronto fans were hoping for.
14 Detroit Tigers Detroit Tigers 48-50
▲ 2
The Tigers have some obvious holes, but there's a lot of talent remaining in Detroit.
15 Baltimore Orioles Baltimore Orioles 48-49
▼ 1
The O's have reported interest in numerous top bats. We'll see if they get aggressive.
16 Texas Rangers Texas Rangers 47-50
▲ 2
The next injured starter the Rangers figure to welcome back is Derek Holland.
17 Tampa Bay Rays Tampa Bay Rays 49-51
▼ 2
Nate Karns had a good Tuesday night.
18 Cleveland Indians Cleveland Indians 45-52
▼ 1
Cleveland has been one of the league's most disappointing teams all season.
19 Arizona Diamondbacks Arizona Diamondbacks 45-51
▲ 1
The Diamondbacks don't have too many intriguing trade chips.
20 Seattle Mariners Seattle Mariners 46-53
▲ 1
At least Robinson Cano is hitting better.
21 Atlanta Braves Atlanta Braves 46-52
▼ 2
It wouldn't be too shocking if the Braves tried selling high on Cameron Maybin.
22 Chicago White Sox Chicago White Sox 46-50
▲ 1
Tyler Saladino has been a pleasant surprise.
23 San Diego Padres San Diego Padres 47-52
▲ 1
Austin Hedges' defense has been as good as advertised when he's played.
24 Oakland Athletics Oakland Athletics 44-56
▼ 2
As usual, the A's struck before the deadline.
25 Boston Red Sox Boston Red Sox 44-55
When Eduardo Rodriguez is bad, he's really bad.
26 Cincinnati Reds Cincinnati Reds 43-53
Manny Parra's injury means if he's to be traded it won't happen until August.
27 Milwaukee Brewers Milwaukee Brewers 43-55
Gerardo Parra is the safest bet to get traded.
28 Colorado Rockies Colorado Rockies 42-54
Ben Paulsen made one of the worst mental mistakes you'll see on Monday night.
29 Miami Marlins Miami Marlins 41-58
Starting pitching is always in demand at the deadline, and the Marlins have some to shop.
30 Philadelphia Phillies Philadelphia Phillies 37-63
The best week of the year for the Phillies.