Indians: More fans gathering around LeBron James' house than watching Indians pretend they're contenders.
Tigers: Hot start, big slump, nice rebound. Hard to figure out Tigers, the streakiest team in baseball.
Twins: Hometown player Brian Dozier invited to Home Run Derby in spite of career .393 slugging percentage.
Blue Jays: Modern baseball: Demoted outfielder Kevin Pillar apologizes via text to manager after throwing tantrum.
Rays: Joe Maddon used what he called his "Tommy Tutone lineup:" 8-6-7-5-3-0-9. What else is left?
Red Sox: Anonymous players rip Pierzynski after he's designated for assignment. No profiles in courage.
Yankees: Masahiro Tanaka suffers partially torn UCL after 18 starts. Yankees didn't get a money-back guarantee.
Angels: Hector Santiago gets first victory in 12th start after being acquired from White Sox last winter.
Astros: After sweep of Rangers, out of last place by percentage points. Dallas Kuechel calls it "a little weird."
Mariners: Top pitching prospect Taijuan Walker surprisingly sent to Triple A, but only to stay on schedule during break.
Rangers: With .137 average in first 16 games for Rangers, Carlos Pena's extended career may end soon.