Despite having the worst record in the AL, the Astros are 15-11 when they hit a home run and 1-17 when they don’t have one.
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Took two of three from the Brewers but outfielder Nate Schierholtz was benched after his average dipped to .197.
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The Diamondbacks won their first series at Chase Field this season over the weekend but remain 6-16 at home.
With a win in the nightcap of Sunday’s doubleheader, the Pirates got their first win at Yankee Stadium since Game 5 of the 1960 World Series. They had lost their previous eight interleague games in the Bronx.
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San Diego Padres
San Diego: Padres return home after going 3-3 on a recent road trip.
The Phillies have only 31 home runs on the season, but had six over the weekend against the Reds.
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The Indians have scored first in five of their past six games, but are just 1-5 in that stretch.
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Tampa Bay Rays
Rays starters have gone at least seven innings only twice in the last 25 games. David Price was the pitcher both times.
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New York Mets
Left fielder Eric Young is 2 for 24 over his last six games as the Mets have not won a series since late April.
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The Twins have won six of their last nine, including taking two of three at Seattle. Their road trip continues this week with two at San Diego and the weekend at San Francisco.
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With Joey Votto and Jay Bruce out of the lineup, the Reds dropped two of three in Philadelphia and haven’t won a series there since 2006.
Chicago White Sox
The White Sox are struggling without Jose Abreu. They dropped two of three to Houston and have lost seven of their last 10.
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Kansas City Royals
Alex Gordon, who was 2 for 12 in the first three games of the Baltimore series, drove in a career high six runs and matched a career best with four hits on Sunday.
The Marlins wrapped up their season-long 11-game road trip out West with a 4-7 mark. They have a nine-game homestand where they are 17-5 at Marlins Park.
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Robinson Cano single has been on-base in 26 games, which is the longest in the majors this year.
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Mitch Moreland, who had a two-run homer on Sunday, will be the guy at first base if Prince Fielder's neck problem keeps him out any length of time.
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Toronto Blue Jays
Shortstop Jose Reyes had 10 assists, the most by any position player in the majors this season.
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Boston Red Sox
Red Sox were swept by Detroit and have lost four straight overall. They are 5-10 in one-run games.
Left-hander Gio Gonzalez has been placed on the DL due to inflammation in his pitching shoulder.
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New York Yankees
The Yankees continue to be beset by injuries. Carlos Beltran (elbow) will get a second opinion from Dr. James Andrews on Tuesday.
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Los Angeles Angels
Despite C.J. Wilson's five-hit shutout on Saturday, the Angels have a 4.52 ERA at home compared to 2.88 on the road.
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The Orioles are 1-6 in Sunday games but are 21-14 on other days.
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St. Louis Cardinals
Yadier Molina has a seven-game hit streak. He is batting .403 at home (27 of 67).
Los Angeles Dodgers
The Dodgers dropped two of three at Arizona and have lost six of their last eight series overall.
Craig Kimbrell, who has 11 saves in 13 opportunities this season, got the 150th save of his career on Sunday.
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With a 10th-inning win over San Diego on Sunday, the Rockies became the fourth team since 1988 with a triple play and walk-off homer in the same game.
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The Brewers dropped two of three against the Cubs and struck out 39 times in the three-game series. They have scored only 11 runs the past five games.
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The Athletics, who have won nine of their last 10, outscored the Indians 30-6 en route to a three-game sweep.
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San Francisco Giants
Hunter Pence is the active leader in games played with 351 including 216 consecutive starts. He leads the majors in innings played with 409 2/3.
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Tigers have won six straight after sweeping Boston and are 14-4 on the road this season. No wonder they are on top of our rankings.