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Mike Trout and the Angels have the best record in the majors.
Jon Lester and David Price headlined one of the biggest trade deadlines ever.
Jeff Samardzija will bolster an already solid A’s rotation.
10. Washington Nationals (30-28)
Doug Fister struck out five over seven innings as the Nationals beat the Phillies 4-2.
10. LA Dodgers (28-24)
Josh Beckett no-hit the Phillies on Sunday. He struck out six on 128 pitches.
10. NY Mets (15-12)
Daniel Murphy is off to a great start hitting .292 with 31 hits and 15 runs.
Mike Trout has finished second in MVP voting the past two seasons. He hopes to change that in 2014 and lead the Angels back to the post season.