Zack Greinke, providing the Orioles can pry him away from the
Seriously, Greinke can and almost certainly would be what the O's need to stay in the wild-card chase.
Kemp ... if healthy
Matt Kemp hit his last home run April 30. He still leads the
Kemp hit 12 home runs in April. The Dodgers hit six home runs in June.
It is no secret that the Dodgers need offensive help. They had a trade in place for
There is no one available that can make the difference that a healthy Kemp can. The Dodgers plan to activate him from the disabled list Friday. If he remains healthy and productive, he could be the difference between the Dodgers staying in contention or falling out of it.
Mike Trout isn't a fluke. The guy is as good as advertised, and his 20-year-old energy will prove invaluable for the
With Trout and Mike Trumbo adding to the lineup built around
The Angels have some pitching issues, but their lineup is a blast to watch, and Trout's combination of speed and power — and overall athleticism — is a bigger reason why than the $240 million man, Pujols.
Greinke, if he goes
With the addition of the second wild card, all but nine teams come out of the All-Star break within five games of a spot in the postseason.
Any one of them could improve its chances dramatically by adding Brewers ace Zack Greinke.
The Orioles and Braves are among the teams rumored to have a strong interest in the 28-year-old right-hander. He could bolster the Orioles' chances of returning to the playoffs for the first time since 1997 or make the Braves a top contender to win the
Grienke and the