This entry lists the best and worst for the past 30 days of the 2017 regular season, through games of Sunday, June 12. Here is an explanation of this weekly feature.

Comment of the week: Four of the five best teams in the American League over the past 30 days play in the East. So does the worst team in the league (sorry, Orioles). Over in the National League, the three top teams over the past 30 days all play in the West, as does the second-worst team.

American League
   Team W-L              
1. Houston          19- 9
2. Boston           16-11
   New York         16-11
   Toronto          16-11
5. Tampa Bay        16-12
       
   Worst Team W-L        
1. Baltimore         9-18
2. Chicago          11-17
   Oakland          11-17
4. Detroit          13-15
5. Cle, Sea         14-14

   Batting Average       
1. Judge, NY         .378
2. Mazara, Tex       .363
3. Altuve, Hou       .351
4. Hosmer, KC        .346
5. Andrus, Tex       .343
       
   On Base Percentage    
1. Judge, NY         .492
2. Mazara, Tex       .422
3. Altuve, Hou       .421
4. Smoak, Tor        .419
5. Mauer, Min        .417

   Slugging Percentage   
1. Smoak, Tor       .756
2. JD Martinez, Det .717
3. Judge, NY        .694
4. Dickerson, TB    .6460
5. Moustakas, KC    .6458
     
   On Base Plus Slugging 
1. Judge, NY        1.186
2. Smoak, Tor       1.175
3. JD Martinez, Det 1.117
4. Dickerson, TB    1.007
5. Moustakas, KC    1.002

   Worst OPS             
1. Escobar, KC       .416
2. Motter, Sea       .436
3. Valbuena, LA      .470
4. Headley, NY       .502
5. Hardy, Bal        .549
          
   Home Runs             
1. Smoak, Tor          12
2. Davis, Bal          10
   JD Martinez, Det    10
   Springer, Hou       10
5. Moustakas, KC        9
 
   Runs                  
1. Dickerson, TB       26
   Judge, NY           26
   Springer, Hou       26
4. Castro, NY          23
5. Four with           22

   RBI                   
1. Holliday, NY        25
2. Moustakas, KC       24
3. Healy, Oak          23
   JD Martinez, Det    23
5. Three with          22
       
   Stolen Bases          
1. Maybin, LA          13
2. Andrus, Tex          9
3. Buxton, Min          7
   DeShields, Tex       7
   Dyson, Sea           7
  
   Saves                 
1. Osuna, Tor          11
2. Colome, TB           9
3. Kimbrel, Bos         8
   Kintzler, Min        8
5. Herrera, KC          7
 
   ERA                   
1. Sabathia, NY      1.11
2. McCullers, Hou    1.91
3. Severino, NY      2.02
4. Miranda, Sea      2.17
5. Manaea, Oak       2.68

   Worst ERA             
1. Gonzalez, Chi     6.52
2. Quintana, Chi     6.40
3. Gausman, Bal      6.32
4. Carrasco, Cle     6.08
5. Chavez, LA        6.06
 
   FIP                   
1. Sale, Bos         2.18
2. Fullmer, Det      2.29
3. Gray, Oak         2.47
4. McCullers, Hou    2.68
5. Severino, NY      2.73
 
   WHIP                  
1. McCullers, Hou    0.95
2. Sabathia, NY      0.96
3. Manaea, Oak       0.97
4. Miranda. Sea      0.99
5. Two Twins with    1.00
 
Strikeouts            
1. Archer, TB          55
2. Sale, Bos           53
3. Gray, Oak           41
4. Four with           39
National League
   Team W-L
1. Arizona          18-10
   Colorado         18-10
   Los Angeles      18-10
4. Washington       16-12
5. Pittsburgh       14-13

   Worst Team W-L
1. Philadelphia      8-21
2. Cincinnati       10-17
   St. Louis        10-17
   San Diego        10-17
5. New York         12-15
   
   Batting Average     
1. Blackmon, Col     .393
2. Flores, NY        .385
3. Nunez, SF         .369
4. Inciarte, Ari     .347
5. Shaw, Mil         .346
 
   On Base Percentage  
1. Blackmon, Col     .444
2. Rizzo, Chi        .443
3. Posey, SF         .441
4. Votto, Cin        .437
5. Goldschmidt, Ari  .432

   Slugging Percentage  
1. Blackmon, Col     .679
2. Lamb, Ari         .667
3. Goldschmidt, Ari  .657
4. Votto, Cin        .622
5. Rendon, Was       .612

   On Base Plus Slugging
1. Blackmon, Col    1.123
2. Goldschmidt, Ari 1.089
3. Lamb, Ari        1.067
4. Votto, Cin       1.059
5. Rendon, Was      1.025
      
   Worst OPS
1. Reyes, NY         .521
2. Hamilton, Cin     .534
3. Franco, Phi       .548
4. Hernandez, Phi    .573
5. Carpenter, SL     .587

   Home Runs
1. Bour, Mia           10
2. Lamb, Ari            9
   Schebler, Cin        9
4. Three with           8
   
   Runs    
1. Blackmon, Col       30
2. Goldschmidt, Ari    28
3. Conforto, NY        23
   Seager, LA          23
5. Nunez, SF           21

   RBI      
1. Lamb, Ari           31
2. Blackmon, Col       26
3. Goldschmidt, Ari    23
   Reynolds, Col       23     
5. Arenado, Col        22 

   Stolen Bases          
1. Turner, Was         15
2. Gordon, Mia         10
   Nunez, SF           10
4. Hamilton, Cin        9
5. Villar, Oak          7

   Saves
1. Holland, Col         8
   Knebel, Mil          8
3. Johnson, Atl         7
   Reed, NY             7
   Rodney, Ari          7  

   ERA
1. Ray, Ari         1.10
2. Kershaw, LA      1.83
3. Scherzer, Was    2.09
4. Martinez, SL     2.137
5. Strasburg, Was   2.139

   Worst ERA
1. Lackey, Chi       6.35
2. deGrom, NY        6.14
3. Cain, SF          5.94
4. Hellickson, Phi   5.67
5. Teheran, Atl      5.57

   FIP
1. Scherzer, Was     2.12
2. Nelson, Mil       2.32
3. Martinez, SL      2.39
4. Strasburg, Was    2.45
5. McCarthy, LA      2.47

   WHIP
1. Rau. Ari         0.78
2. Scherzer, Was    0.81
3. Kershaw, LA      0.816
4. Martinez, SL     0.820
5. Strasburg, Was   0.83

   Strikeouts
1. Scherzer, Was       62
2. Ray, Ari            50
3. Martinez, SL        49
4. Samardzija, SF      45
5. Two with            44
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