1. Detroit Tigers (1): Trade to obtain starting pitcher Shane Greene from the Yankees looking like another coup for general manager Dave Dombroski.
2. Kansas City Royals (5): Brazilian rookie outfielder Paulo Orlando is only player in modern history whose first three hits were triples.
3. Los Angeles Dodgers (2): Dodgers memo to Mariners: We had a blast serving as your hosts, come back soon!
4. Boston Red Sox (11): Shaky starting rotation will prevent slugging Sox from separating themselves from rest of AL East.
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5. Colorado Rockies (18): Gold Glove second baseman DJ LeMahieu off to a torrid start at the plate.
6. New York Mets (22): Staying patient with slow-starting, high-upside shortstop Wilmer Flores will be a challenge.
7. San Diego Padres (24): Thanks to offseason acquisitions of Justin Upton, Matt Kemp and Wil Myers, there are few easy outs in Padres’ once-inept lineup.
8. Washington Nationals (3): Going into weekend, shortstop Ian Desmond, with six, had more errors than 13 MLB teams.
9. St. Louis Cardinals (8): Cards’ special assistant coach Red Schoendienst wearing a uniform for the 70th consecutive season.
10. Oakland A’s (9): Elbow injury of leadoff man Coco Crisp has opened door for “Super” Sam Fuld.
11. Los Angeles Angels (4): Angels (0-3) are only AL team without a home victory.
12. Atlanta Braves (11): Bullpen not fazed by eve-of-season trade of All-Star closer Craig Kimbrel to San Diego.
13. Chicago Cubs (26): Most hyped rookie since Bryce Harper, Kris Bryant — a University of San Diego product — is better prepared to deal with spotlight than Harper was.
14. Baltimore Orioles (14): Adam Jones began the weekend leading the league in a traditional stat (RBIs) and an advanced stat (OPS). Seems like a formula for MVP.
15. Tampa Bay Rays (21): Never shy to mix it up under ex-manager Joe Maddon, Rays haven’t lost their chippy edge.
16. Toronto Blue Jays (16): Rookie second baseman Devon Travis, a former Florida State standout, looking like a keeper in Toronto.
17. Cincinnati Reds (15): Although Marlon Byrd was picked up for his bat, the veteran outfielder is among the league leaders in web gems.
18. Seattle Mariners (7): Homestand versus last season’s AL bottom-feeders couldn’t have come at a better time.
19. Cleveland Indians (12): Think ballplayers aren’t tough? Carlos Carrasco, struck on the side of his face last week by a sharp comebacker that knocked him out, is expected to start Monday.
20. Pittsburgh Pirates (13): Consecutive shutouts at hands of Tigers mitigated strong work of starting rotation.
21. San Francisco Giants (6): Defending champs stumbled out of the gate and matched the worst 11-game start since their 1958 relocation from New York.
22. Miami Marlins (17): 164 players hit homers before Giancarlo Stanton connected for his first jack since taking a season-ending beanball last September.
23. Houston Astros (19): Jose Altuve, the 5-foot-5 batting champion, subject of new MLB-produced documentary titled — what else? — “Big Dreams.”
24. Texas Rangers (25): Rookie reliever Keone Kela, a Chief Stealth High grad, calls weekend-series return to Seattle “pretty special.”
25. Arizona Diamondbacks (29): After beating reigning Cy Young winner Clayton Kershaw, rookie Archie Bradley outpitched 2014 World Series MVP Madison Bumgarner.
26. New York Yankees (23): Only intriguing question about 2015 Yankees is who gets voted into their “Franchise Four.”
27. Chicago White Sox (20): South Siders in no hurry to promote top pitching prospect Carlos Rodon from Triple-A.
28. Milwaukee Brewers (27): Crew still swinging cold bats that derailed its 2014 playoff run.
29. Minnesota Twins (30): Torii Hunter on Twins taking two of three from previously unbeaten Royals: “I think we found ourselves.”
30. Philadelphia Phillies (28): Never a good omen when players convene for a closed-door clubhouse meeting on April 15.