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Sports Network's National League Team Rankings

(As of July 7, 2014)

By Chris Ruddick, MLB Editor

TeamRecordPrevious Rank
1. Los Angeles Dodgers51-401
   Amazing but Kershaw may be in midst of best stretch of career
2. Atlanta Braves49-396
   Big reason behind Braves success, they are 17-10 in one-run games
3. San Francisco Giants49-394
   That's 3 straight great starts by Lincecum; Is he back?
4. Milwaukee Brewers52-372
   Lucroy becomes Brewers first All-Star catcher since Dave Nilsson in 1999
5. Pittsburgh Pirates47-419
   Pirates can send a message this week with series against Cardinals
6. Washington Nationals48-395
   Bryce Harper starting to ruffle some veteran feathers in D.C.
7. St. Louis Cardinals47-423
   With Matheny at the helm Waino could get starting nod for NL next week
8. Cincinnati Reds45-428
   A little surprised Chapman picked for NL squad; Broxton having better year
9. Miami Marlins43-457
   Giancarlo Stanton in the HR Derby could be highlight of festivities next week
10. New York Mets39-4912
   Bartolo Colon might be the best available starter on the market
11. Chicago Cubs38-4813
   Cubs seem to have an abundance of SS now; Could Castro be on the move?
12. San Diego Padres39-4914
   Take a gander at the Padres young SPs; They could contend sooner than later
13. Colorado Rockies37-5211
   Tulo nabs more ASG votes than any other player in NL
14. Philadelphia Phillies37-5110
   Utley was no token selection; He is once again best 2B in NL
15. Arizona Diamondbacks37-5315
   Perhaps a change of scenery in New York will do Brandon McCarthy some good

As of July 7, 2014, at 11:25 AM ET