We saw some wonderful performances this week, none better than Clayton Kershaw's nearly perfect no-hitter! The Royals went streaking, Mike Trout did Mike Trout things, and the Yanks got healthy in sweeping the rival BluemJays. Not all was good news, as Max Scherzer threw a dud, which happens, and the Diamondbacks tried to enforce unwritten rules at the expense of the most basic rule of the game: winning. Oh, and Dave asked Four Questions: One, Two, Three, Four.
Arizona Diamondbacks: Inside the 'Zona
Where do the Diamondbacks go from Here? With the D-backs back in last place and the playoffs a pipe dream, Jeff Wiser examines the pros and cons for each of the club's trade deadline options. Follow on Twitter: @OutfieldGrass24.
Chicago White Sox: The Catbird Seat
The White Sox and David Price: Nick Schaefer runs through the probability and feasibility of every contenders' bid to trade for the Rays ace, and works in a Jurassic Park reference. Follow on Twitter: @TheCatbird_Seat.
Colorado Rockies: Rockies Zingers
Minnesota Twins: Twins Daily
Why Phil Hughes is so good right now: He's become one of the best starters in the American League, and it's not just because he switched to a more favorable ballpark. Parker Hageman digs into the transformation of the former Yankee. Follow on Twitter: @TwinsDaily.
New York Yankees: It's About The Money
What to expect from Chase Whitley in the future: Katie Sharp takes a look at how well Whitley has done so far in the starting rotation and tries to figure what the Yankees should expect from him. Follow on Twitter: @ktsharp.
St. Louis Cardinals: Fungoes
Carlos Martinez not inspiring confidence: The team's No. 2 prospect entering this season got a chance to start this week. Unfortunately, his results weren't much better than his relief work. Is it because he has a problem pitching from the stretch? Follow on Twitter: @fungoes.