MLB: Milwaukee Brewers at Tampa Bay Rays

David Price against the Milwaukee Brewers. (Kim Klement / USA Today Sports / July 30, 2014)

American League

Central Division

White Sox: Didn't trade Adam Dunn, Gordon Beckham or John Danks at deadline. Will they survive August?

Indians: Corey Kluber has second-best WAR among major league pitchers (4.7), trailing only Felix Hernandez (5.7).

Royals: Is this any way to contend? Punchless Royals put up slash line of .238/.288/.355 over last 12 games in July.

Tigers: Welcome to Motown: Joakim Soria gives up eight hits and a walk to first 11 batters he faces in a Tigers uniform.

Twins: With decent-hitting catchers in short supply, good move signing Kurt Suzuki to a two-year, $12 million extension.

East Division

Blue Jays: Jose Bautista calls it "disappointing" they didn't make any deals: "Other teams find a way to improve."

Orioles: Interesting series with Mariners this weekend. Too bad ESPN and MLB Network stick with Yankees vs. Red Sox.

Rays: Manager Joe Maddon coins the term "Aug-tober baseball," but trading David Price should kill playoff hopes.

Red Sox: Owner John Henry gave Jon Lester a hug after Lester dealt to A's. Theo Epstein still waiting for his hug.

Yankees: Will new shortstop Stephen Drew become Derek Jeter's replacement in 2015? Oh, the humanity.

West Division

Angels: Mike Trout becomes first MLB player since Ken Griffey Jr. with own signature Nike shoe. No, really.

Astros: Is anyone out there? Another 0.0 TV rating in Houston for an Astros-Angels game.

Athletics: Lost in the euphoria of Lester acquisition, former Cub Jason Hammel is 0-4 with 9.53 since joining A's.

Mariners: Felix Hernandez breaks Tom Seaver's 1971 record with 14 straight starts of allowing two or fewer runs in seven or more innings.

Rangers: Injury-plagued Rangers become sixth team since 1901 to use 32 pitchers in a single season.

National League