This entry lists the best and worst for the past 30 days of the 2017 regular season, through games of Sunday, May 28. Here is an explanation of this weekly feature.

Comment of the week: Mike Trout and Aaron Judge sit atop the American League batting leaderboards. Trout (if his thumb’s OK), is in line to win his third MVP, while Judge is the frontrunner for Rookie of the Year. Mike Trout is less than nine months older than Aaron Judge.

American League
   Team W-L              
1. Houston          20- 8
2. Toronto          17-10
3. Minnesota        15- 9
4. New York         15-11
5. Boston           15-12
       
   Worst Team W-L        
1. Chicago          11-17
2. Baltimore        11-16
   Seattle          11-16
4. Detroit          12-16
5. Oakland          12-14

   Batting Average       
1. Hosmer, KC        .370
2. Correa, Hou       .362
3. Judge, NY         .352
4. Travis, Tor       .344
5. Bogaerts, Bos     .343
       
   On Base Percentage    
1. Trout, LA         .500
2. Judge, NY         .467
3. Mauer, Min        .440
4. Correa, Hou       .430
5. Hosmer, KC        .429

   Slugging Percentage   
1. Trout, LA         .786
2. Gardner, NY       .670
3. Abreu, Chi        .658
4. Judge, NY         .648
5. Morrison, TB      .624
     
   On Base Plus Slugging 
1. Trout, LA        1.286
2. Judge, NY        1.115
3. Gardner, NY      1.061
4. Abreu, Chi       1.039
5. Correa, Hou      1.036

   Worst OPS             
1. Headley, NY       .387
2. Escobar, KC       .435
3. Davis, Oak        .522
4. Valbuena, LA      .526
5. Rosales, Oak      .532
          
   Home Runs             
1. Abreu, Chi          10
2. Alonso, Oak          9
   Gardner, NY          9
   Morrison, TB         9
   Trout, LA            9
 
   Runs                  
1. Abreu, Chi          24
   Dickerson, TB       24
3. Bogaerts, Bos       23
4. Bautista, Tor       22
   Gardner, NY         22

   RBI                   
1. Cruz, Sea           22
   Gardner, NY         22
3. Bautista, Tor       21
   Gonzalez, Hou       21
   Morrison, TB        21
       
   Stolen Bases          
1. Maybin, LA           9
2. Bogaerts, Bos        6
   Cain, KC             6
   Dyson, Sea           6
   Pillar, Tor          6
  
   Saves                 
1. Giles, Hou           9
2. Allen, Cle           8
   Colome, TB           8
   Herrera, KC          8
   Osuna, Tor           8
 
   ERA                   
1. McCullers, Hou    0.99
2. Keuchel, Hou      2.48
3. Fulmer, Det       2.51
4. Holland, Chi      2.61
   Rodriguez, Bos    2.61

   Worst ERA             
1. Jimenez, Bal      7.14
2. Hughes, Min       6.58
3. Zimmermann, Det   6.55
4. Hammel, KC        6.43
5. Santiago, Min     6.41
 
   FIP                   
1. Archer, TB        2.17
2. Keuchel, Hou      2.31
3. Sale, Bos         2.48
4. Rodriguez, Bos    2.62
5. Fulmer, Det       2.65
 
   WHIP                  
1. Sale, Bos        0.849
2. McCullers, Hou   0.853
3. Keuchel, Hou      0.92
4. Santana, Min      1.00
5. Archer, TB        1.02
 
   Strikeouts            
1. Archer, TB          56
2. Sale, Bos           49
3. Estrada, Tor        45
4. Darvish, Tex        41
5. Four with           37
National League
   Team W-L
1. Los Angeles      19- 8
2. Colorado         18-10
3. Arizona          16-11
4. Milwaukee        15-11
5. Cin, Was         14-12

   Worst Team W-L
1. Philadelphia      6-21
2. Miami             8-19
3. San Diego        10-17
4. Atlanta          12-15
5. Pittsburgh       13-16
   
   Batting Average     
1. Kemp, Ari         .363
2. Grandal, LA       .358
3. Bour, Mia         .355
4. Blackmon, Col     .353
5. Ozuna, Mia        .347
 
   On Base Percentage  
1. Votto, Cin        .483
2. Rendon, Was       .453
3. Santana, Mil      .436
4. Conforto, NY      .431
5. Bour, Mia         .429

   Slugging Percentage  
1. Rendon, Was       .759
2. Bour, Mia         .720
3. Conforto, NY      .697
4. Bellinger, LA     .644
5. Lamb, Ari         .639

   On Base Plus Slugging
1. Rendon, Was      1.211
2. Bour, Mia        1.149
3. Conforto, NY     1.128
4. Pham, SL         1.031
5. Goldschmidt, Ari 1.025
      
   Worst OPS
1. Arroyo, SF        .479
2. Russell, Chi      .484
3. Herrera, Phi      .508
4. Panik, SF         .533
5. Spangenberg, SD   .558

   Home Runs
1. Bellinger, LA       10
   Bour, Mia           10
   Lamb, Ari           10
4. Conforto, NY         9
   Rendon, Was          9
   Runs    
1. Conforto, NY        27
   Hamilton, Cin       27
3. Bellinger, LA       23
   Blackmon, Col       23
   Goldschmidt, Ari    23

   RBI      
1. Bellinger, LA       28
2. Duvall, Cin         27
   Rendon, Was         27
4. Bour, Mia           24     
   Lamb, Ari           24 

   Stolen Bases          
1. Hamilton, Cin       16
2. Gordon, Mia         11
3. Turner, Was          8
   Villar, Mil          8
5. Two with             6

   Saves
1. Holland, Col         9
2. Rodney, Ari          7
3. Iglesias, Cin        6
   Johnson, Atl         6
5. Three with           5  

   ERA
1. Wood, LA          1.27
2. Marquez, Col      2.21
3. Martinez, SL      2.23
4. Hendricks, Chi    2.35
5. Leake, SL         2.38

   Worst ERA
1. Eflin, Phi        7.71
2. Corbin, Ari       7.24
3. Arroyo, Cin       6.46
   Glasnow, Pit      6.46
5. Perdomo, SD       6.00

   FIP
1. Wood, LA          1.08
2. Samardzija, SF    2.20
3. Strasburg, Was    2.64
4. Nelson, Mil       2.83
5. Cueto, SF         3.04

   WHIP
1. Greinke, Ari      0.86
2. Martinez, SL      0.88
3. Scherzer, Was     0.89
4. Samardzija, SF    0.93
5. Leake, SL         0.97

   Strikeouts
1. Greinke, Ari        53
2. Scherzer, Was       49
3. Strasburg, Was      45
4. Cueto, SF           44
   Samardzija, SF      44
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