White Sox: Parity helps White Sox remain contender despite 28th-ranked fielding, 26th-ranked pitching entering weekend.
Indians: Lonnie Chisenhall hits three homers, drives in nine runs and goes 5-for-5 vs. Rangers. Yes, that Lonnie Chisenhall.
Royals: Four sacrifice flies in 4-1 win over Indians first time since stat invented in 1954 a team scored all four runs on sac flies.
Tigers: Torii Hunter tweaks LeBron James, telling Jim Rome he didn't let leg cramps stop him from making love to wife.
Blue Jays: Pitching prospect Aaron Sanchez promoted to Triple-A Buffalo, but could be dealt for veteran starter for stretch run with Jays looking to win now.
Red Sox: Machado hits catcher A.J. Pierzynski with backswing two days after doing it to A's Norris. But A.J. forgives Manny.
Angels: Closer Ernesto Frieri predicts sweep of A's in three-game series: "Get ready to write that down." He was correct.
Astros: After starting out 17-32, Astros go on 14-5 streak entering weekend while maintaining the "Kids R Us" game plan.
Athletics: Red hot Josh Donaldson cooling off in June with slash line of .143/.182/.286 over first 10 games of month.
Mariners: Slimmed down Jesus Montero, once 40 pounds overweight, refuses to divulge weight after call-up from Triple-A.
Rangers: Opening day starter Tanner Scheppers goes on DL, the Rangers' major league-leading 20th DL move.