White Sox: Top prospect Tim Anderson arrives just in time, right after James Shields' implosion.
Indians: Tyler Naquin gets shot after Marlon Byrd suspension, hits four home runs in 16 at-bat span.
Royals: First team since 2011 Twins to lose six straight games while scoring one run or less.
Tigers: Miguel Cabrera, 33, on verge of 2,400 hits, will be fifth-youngest to reach mark in MLB history.
Twins: More bad news for Phil Hughes, who takes line drive off knee after demotion from rotation.
Blue Jays: Moving Jose Bautista to leadoff hasn't work out as planned for enigmatic Jays.
Orioles: Manny Machado appeals suspension for charging mound; always at wrong place at wrong time.
Rays: Biggest news of week? Dismissal of sideline reporter for her insensitive comments.
Red Sox: After shaky start, David Price returning to form with 2.55 ERA over last six starts.
Yankees: Three-headed monster, Betances, Miller and Chapman, helping salvage a season that seemed over.
Angels: Mike Scioscia on Yankees sweep: "Things have definitely unraveled this series." You think?
Astros: Only have two high school pitchers taken in first round with 100 or more appearances.
Athletics: Little risk dealing struggling Chris Coghlan for Cubs prospect Arismendy Alcantara.
Mariners: Called up from Double A, reliever Edwin Diaz hits 101 mph in major-league debut.
Rangers: Prince Fielder won't beat himself up, saying "There are enough people doing that. I don't need to do it, too."
Cubs: Rotation had major-league leading 9.6 WAR on Friday and four of top six starters in WHIP.
Brewers: First-round pick Corey Ray one day may be Brewers answer to Kris Bryant.
Cardinals: Weekend showdown with Pirates in battle for distant second in Central.
Pirates: Clint Hurdle entered weekend three wins shy of 1,000, sixth among active managers.
Reds: Bullpen had a combined 6.71 ERA on Friday, worst by far in majors; Rangers next at 4.93.
Braves: The 17-42 start through Thursday is the franchise's worst since a 14-45 start in 1911.
Marlins: Jose Fernandez went into Friday with NL strikeout lead.
Mets: If things keep going as is, look for Mr. Met to go on the disabled list with Zika virus.
Nationals: Return matchup against Cubs in D.C. could be a playoff preview for NL powers.
Phillies: Pete Mackanin: "We would like to be the Cubs. Hopefully that (will) happen in near future."
Diamondbacks: Franchise named one of top 100 companies to work for in Arizona. No, really.
Dodgers: Eating $35 million on Carl Crawford's contract tougher than eating reheated Dodger Dog.
Giants: Madison Bumgarner lobbies to get into Home Run Derby; Carlos Zambrano turns green.
Padres: Still trying to get over the "miserable failures" label that should cling for years.