Look who is in first in AL West
Bobby Abreu hit a two-run homer, Scott Kazmir won for the third time in four starts and the Angels won their sixth straight beating the Oakland Athletics, 4-2.
Cliff Lee threw a seven-hit complete game to help the Seattle Mariners snap a three-game losing streak with a 4-2 victory over the Rangers.
AL West standings
Adrian Gonzalez broke up a Cole Hamels (5-5) bid for a no-hitter with one out in the 7th with the first of two solo homers and the San Diego Padres beat the Phillies 3-1. Wade LeBlanc (3-4) pitched seven impressive innings for the win.
Blake DeWitt hit his first home run of the year and drove in a career-high five runs in a 12-4 Dodger win over the St. Louis Cardinals.
NL West standings
Stephen Drew drove in four runs, Mark Reynolds hit his 13th home run, and the Diamondbacks beat Atlanta 7-4. The Braves have lost three of four but the Phillies are 4-11 since May 21.
NL East standings
Daisuke Matsuzaka (5-2) pitched eight shutout innings and pushed his scoreless streak to 15 in Cleveland, leading the Red Sox to a 4-1 win over the Indians. In their last nine road games, Red Sox starters are 8-0 with a 0.70 ERA.
AL East standings
Carlos Silva (8-0) extended the best start by a Cubs pitcher in 43 years by allowing one run over seven innings, Ryan Theriot scored four times and Chicago beat the Pittsburgh Pirates 6-1. Silva became the first Cubs starter to go 8-0 since left-hander Ken Holtzman was 9-0 in 1967.
NL Central standings
The miserable Indians were the only division team to play yesterday.
AL Central standings
Close the door, there is a draft in here
Here are the selections as listed by ESPN.com
Bryce Harper, OF, College of Southern Nevada
2. Pittsburgh Pirates
Jameson Taillon, RHP, The Woodlands (Texas) HS
3. Baltimore Orioles
Manny Machado, SS, Brito Private, Miami, Fla
4. Kansas City Royals
Christian Colon, SS, Cal State Fullerton
5. Cleveland Indians
Drew Pomeranz, LHP, Ole Miss
6. Arizona Diamondbacks
Barrett Loux, RHP, Texas A&M
7. New York Mets
Matt Harvey, RHP, North Carolina
8. Houston Astros
Delino DeShields Jr., CF, Woodward Academy, College Park, Ga.
9. San Diego Padres
Karsten Whitson, RHP, Chipley (Fla.) HS
10. Oakland Athletics
Michael Choice, OF, Texas-Arlington
11. Toronto Blue Jays
Deck McGuire, RHP, Georgia Tech
12. Cincinnati Reds
Yasmani Grandal, C, Miami
13. Chicago White Sox
Chris Sale, LHP, Florida Gulf Coast University
14. Milwaukee Brewers
Dylan Covey, RHP, Maranatha HS, Pasadena, Calif.
15. Texas Rangers (for unsigned 2009 draft pick Matt Purke)
Jake Skole, OF, Blessed Trinity HS, Roswell, Ga.
16. Chicago Cubs
Hayden Simpson, RHP, Southern Arkansas University
17. Tampa Bay Rays
Josh Sale, OF, Bishop Blanchet HS, Seattle, Wash.
18. Los Angeles Angels (for Type A free agent Chone Figgins (Seattle))
Kaleb Cowart, SS, Cook County HS, Adel, Ga.
19. Houston Astros (for Type A free agent Jose Valverde (Detroit))
Mike Foltynewicz, RHP, Minooka (Ill.) Community HS
20. Boston Red Sox (for Type A free agent Billy Wagner (Atlanta))
Kolbrin Vitek, 2B, Ball State
21. Minnesota Twins
Alex Wimmers, RHP, Ohio State
22. Texas Rangers
Kellin Deglan, C, Langley HS, B.C., Canada
23. Florida Marlins
Christian Yelich, OF, Westlake HS, Westlake Village, Calif.
24. San Francisco Giants
Gary Brown, CF, Cal State Fullerton
25. St. Louis Cardinals
Zack Cox, 3B, Arkansas
26. Colorado Rockies
Kyle Parker, OF, Clemson
27. Philadelphia Phillies
Jesse Biddle, LHP, Germantown Friends HS, Philadelphia, Pa.
28. Los Angeles Dodgers
Zach Lee, RHP, McKinney (Texas) HS
29. Los Angeles Angels (for Type A free agent John Lackey (Boston))
Cam Bedrosian, RHP, East Coweta HS, Sharpsburg, Ga.
30. Los Angeles Angels
Chevez Clarke, CF, Marietta (Ga.) HS
31. Tampa Bay Rays (for unsigned 2009 draft pick LeVon Washington)
Justin O’Conner, C, Cowen HS, Muncie, Ind.
32. New York Yankees
Cito Culver, SS, Irondequoit HS, Rochester, N.Y.
Comp Round A
Los Angeles Angels (18, 29, 30, 37, 40) had five of the first 50 selections; Texas Rangers (15, 22, 45, 49) and Toronto Blue Jays four (11, 34, 38, 41)
33. Houston Astros (for Type A free agent Jose Valverde (Detroit))
Michael Kvasnicka, C, Minnesota
34. Toronto Blue Jays (for Type A free agent Marco Scutaro (Boston))
Aaron Sanchez, RHP, Barstow (Calif.) HS
35. Atlanta Braves (for Type A free agent Mike Gonzalez (Baltimore))
Matthew Lipka, SS, McKinney (Texas) HS
36. Boston Red Sox (for Type A free agent Jason Bay (New York Mets))
Bryce Brentz, OF, Middle Tennessee State
37. Los Angeles Angels (for Type A free agent John Lackey (Boston))
Taylor Lindsey, SS, Desert Mountain HS, Scottsdale, Ariz.
38. Toronto Blue Jays (for unsigned 2009 draft pick James Paxton)
Noah Syndergaard, RHP, Legacy HS, Mansfield, Texas
39. Boston Red Sox (for Type A free agent Billy Wagner (Atlanta))
Anthony Ranaudo, RHP, LSU
40. Los Angeles Angels (for Type A free agent Chone Figgins (Seattle))
Ryan Bolden, OF Madison (Miss.) Central HS
41. Toronto Blue Jays (for Type B free agent Rod Barajas (New York Mets))
Asher Wojciechowski, RHP, The Citadel
42. Tampa Bay Rays (for Type B free agent Gregg Zaun (Milwaukee))
Drew Vettleson, RHP, Central Kitsap HS, Silverdale, Wash.
43. Seattle Mariners (for Type B free agent Adrian Beltre (Boston))
Taijuan Walker, Yucaipa (Calif.) HS
44. Detroit Tigers (for Type B free agent Brandon Lyon (Houston))
Nick Castellanos, 3B, Archbishop McCarthy HS, Fort Lauderdale, Fla.
45. Texas Rangers (for Type B free agent Marlon Byrd (Chicago Cubs))
Luke Jackson, RHP Calvary Christian, Fort Lauderdale, Fla.
46. St. Louis Cardinals (for Type B free agent Mark DeRosa (San Francisco))
Seth Blair, RHP, Arizona State
47. Colorado Rockies (for Type B free agent Jason Marquis (Washington))
Peter Tago, RHP, Dana Hills HS, Dana Point, Calif.
48. Detroit Tigers (for Type B free agent Fernando Rodney (Los Angeles Angels))
Chance Ruffin, RHP, Texas
49. Texas Rangers (for Type B free agent Ivan Rodriguez (Washington))
Mike Olt, 3B, Connecticut
50. St. Louis Cardinals (for Type B free agent Joel Pineiro (Los Angeles Angels))
Tyrell Jenkins, RHP, Henderson (Texas) HS
In other action
Yankees (Phil Hughes) at Orioles (Kevin Millwood), 7:05
Red Sox (Tim Wakefield) at Indians (David Huff), 7:05
Blue Jays (Brian Tallet) at Rays (Jeff Niemann), 7:10
Mariners (Felix Hernandez) at Rangers (Colby Lewis), 8:05
Tigers (Armando Galarraga) at White Sox (Gavin Floyd), 8:10
Royals (Zack Greinke) at Twins (Kevin Slowey), 8:10
Angels (Jered Weaver) at A’s (Vin Mazzaro), 10:05
Marlins (Chris Volstad) at Phillies (Kyle Kendrick), 7:05
Giants (Matt Cain) at Reds (Sam LeCure), 7:10
Padres (Clayton Richard) at Mets (Mike Pelfrey), 7:10
Cubs (Ted Lilly) at Brewers (Yovani Gallardo), 8:10
Astros (Brian Moehler) at Rockies (Jeff Francis), 8:40
Braves (Kris Medlen) at Diamondbacks (Edwin Jackson), 9:40
Cardinals (Chris Carpenter) at Dodgers (Hiroki Kuroda), 10:10