1. San Francisco Giants (4, last week): No All-Star snub more glaring than that of shortstop Brandon Crawford.
2. Texas Rangers (2): AL West leaders stumbled into weekend in throes of 2-7 slump that found starters 0-5, with 6.98 ERA.
3. Cleveland Indians (3): Midsummer break arriving just in time for road-weary Tribe.
4. Chicago Cubs (1): That yellow brick road the Cubs were following in the spring has turned into a creepy alley littered with loose bricks.
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5. Washington Nationals (6): Upper back sprain will prevent San Diego native (and San Diego State product) Stephen Strasburg from pitching in All-Star Game at San Diego.
6. Toronto Blue Jays (11): Congratulations to former Mariners outfielder Michael Saunders, whose Final Vote victory put him in the All-Star Game for the first time.
7. New York Mets (13): Layman’s translation of Matt Harvey’s season-ending surgery to resolve thoracic outlet syndrome: There are 24 ribs in the human body, and he’ll throw his next pitch with 23 of them.
8. Los Angeles Dodgers (7): Dodgers keeping fingers crossed that Home Run Derby doesn’t mess with silky-smooth swing of rookie slugger Corey Seager.
9. Baltimore Orioles (5): Weak starting pitching will prevent O’s from breaking open lead in AL East.
10. Boston Red Sox (10): With four starting position players in the All-Star Game, Red Sox are AL’s version of the Cubs.
11. Houston Astros (9): Astros swing and miss more than anybody. But when they connect ...
12. Kansas City Royals (10): With rotation ERA hovering around 5.00, Royals are in market for a three-month rental along the lines of imminent Phillies free agent Jeremy Hellickson.
13. Detroit Tigers (14): Peers’ vote enabled Miguel Cabrera to become Tigers’ first position player to earn seven consecutive All-Star invitations since catcher Bill Freehan.
14. Miami Marlins (12): Streaky Giancarlo Stanton hit four homers in four at-bats last week.
15. Chicago White Sox (16): With his fifth straight All-Star selection, Chris Sale joins Felix Hernandez, Clayton Kershaw and Justin Verlander as only active pitchers so honored.
16. St. Louis Cardinals (15): Ace Adam Wainwright on oblique-strain injury that landed second baseman Matt Carpenter on the disabled list: “We needed a kick in the pants.”
17. Seattle Mariners (16): Harmonic convergence for M’s would be Felix, Walker and Paxton managing to stay healthy at the same time.
18. Pittsburgh Pirates (17): If infielder Jung Ho Kang, accused of sexual assault in Chicago, is convicted, he’s looking at a short career and a long sentence.
19. New York Yankees (13): Tough 10-game homestand after break — against Red Sox, Orioles and Giants — will determine trade-deadline strategy.
20. Philadelphia Phillies (24): Starter Adam Morgan not only was demoted to Triple-A, he was demoted to a team named the “IronPigs.”
21. Colorado Rockies (20): By hitting his 21st and 22nd homers Thursday, Trevor Story tied Dave Kingman and Albert Pujols for most jacks by a rookie before the All-Star Game.
22. Milwaukee Brewers (22): Aaron Hill’s steady bat — and reputation as a respected elder statesman in the clubhouse — netted the Crew two intriguing prospects from the Red Sox.
23. Arizona Diamondbacks (21): Paul Goldschmidt was hitting .223 in the middle of May. He’ll be going to the All-Star Game with the NL’s second-best on-base percentage.
24. San Diego Padres (21): Guaranteeing $11 million to a 17-year-old pitching prospect from Cuba? The Padres must think they’re in the NBA.
25. Los Angeles Angels (27): Through four starts of his comeback campaign, two-time Cy Young Award winner Tim Linecum has a 7.50 ERA.
26. Oakland Athletics (23): Coco Crisp on his ejection for throwing a bat in direction of home-plate umpire: “It went way too close. When he kicked me out, I was like ‘Yup, I deserved that.’ ”
27. Tampa Bay Rays (25): All-Star closer Alex Colome went into weekend without blowing a save in 19 chances.
28. Cincinnati Reds (28): Switch-hitting speedster Billy Hamilton sees himself as a leadoff hitter, but it’s Zack Cozart’s job to lose.
29. Minnesota Twins (30): Every Twins player in starting lineup Thursday had at least one hit in romp over Rangers.
30. Atlanta Braves (29): Starting pitchers Julio Teheran and Arodys Vizcaino, both 25 and talented, are available. But an MLB executive calls asking price “crazy.”