1. DETROIT: Tigers win six of their last seven behind Miguel Cabrera, who hits .370 over that span. (5)

2. MILWAUKEE: Francisco Rodriguez (14 saves in 30 games) is two weeks ahead of pace he set in 62-save season in 2008. (1)

3. SAN FRANCISCO: Giant pitchers’ batting average (.200) better than All-Star third baseman Pablo Sandoval’s .180. (8)

4. COLORADO: Arenado hitting .364 during 22-game hits streak. Two teammates have higher season averages. (7)

5. OAKLAND: A’s lose another starter to Tommy John surgery with A.J. Griffin joining Jarrod Parker on the sidelines. (3)

6. ATLANTA: Ten Brave pitchers have allowed fewer earned runs than Uggla has made errors (7). (2)

7. WASHINGTON: Bryce Harper (.289/.352/.422) joins Zimmerman, Ramos and Fister on disabled list for sliding Nats. (13)

8. BALTIMORE: Orioles welcome Manny Machado back to lineup that ranks in the bottom half of AL in runs. (15)

9. N.Y. YANKEES: Career-worst 0-for-7 night Friday leaves Jeter hitting .125 in last seven days and .250 for the season. (6)

10. DODGERS: Injury problems continue to plague rotation, with Ryu joining Kershaw on the disabled list. (11)

11. TEXAS: Among AL teams, only the Royals have fewer home runs than punchless Rangers’ 16. (4)

12. N.Y. METS: Mets start May by giving up 17 runs in consecutive losses, something they didn’t do in all of April. (9)

13. ST. LOUIS: Among NL catchers, Yadier Molina has the lowest ERA (2.95) and highest batting average (.346). (10)

14. ANGELS: Wilson and Weaver are 4-1, with a 2.23 combined ERA the last three times through the rotation. (12)

15. KANSAS CITY: Moustakas hitting just .156 but nine of his 14 hits — five doubles, four homers — have gone for extra bases. (16)

16. MIAMI: Marlins have baseball’s best home record (13-4) and worst road record (2-10). (27)

17. PHILADELPHIA: Chase Utley, hitting .361, leads MLB second baseman in five offensive categories. (25)

18. CHICAGO WHITE SOX: Cuban defector Abreu sets rookie records for most HR (10), RBIs (32) by end of April. (17)

19. TAMPA BAY: Rays close April with six losses in seven games, giving up seven or more runs in six of them. (22)

20. CINCINNATI: Chapman hits 101 mph in rehab game, will soon replace Broxton (5 saves, no runs allowed) as closer. (14)