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Sports Network's National League Team Rankings

(As of July 21, 2014)

By Chris Ruddick, MLB Editor

TeamRecordPrevious Rank
1. Los Angeles Dodgers56-451
   Beckett's return should make deep rotation even better
2. San Francisco Giants55-443
   Giants take a flyer on Dan Uggla
3. Milwaukee Brewers55-454
   Brewers may find themselves out of first place after series with Reds
4. Atlanta Braves54-452
   Julio Teheran may pitch himself into the NL Cy Young Award discussion
5. St. Louis Cardinals54-457
   Wacha could be back in Cards' rotation by early September
6. Washington Nationals54-436
   Nats hope Zimmermann puts injury behind him, as he starts second half
7. Pittsburgh Pirates52-475
   Pirates in the mix for A.J Burnett
8. Cincinnati Reds51-488
   hard to take Reds seriously after weekend sweep in the Bronx
9. Miami Marlins46-529
   Marlins season could be decided on current seven-0game road trip
10. New York Mets46-5310
   Mets make Bartolo Colon available, not one team calls
11. San Diego Padres43-5512
   Odrisamer Despaigne flirts with first no-hitter in Padres history
12. Philadelphia Phillies43-5614
   Phils looking to deal Cliff Lee; Could they release Ryan Howard?
13. Arizona Diamondbacks43-5715
   Kirk Gibson closing in on Melvin's mark for most wins by a D-backs manager
14. Colorado Rockies40-5913
   Neck stiffness finally drives Morneau to DL
15. Chicago Cubs40-5711
   There is a light at the end of the tunnel, right?

As of July 22, 2014, at 12:26 PM ET
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