11. Minnesota Twins (29–24, minus-19, LT: 14)

Ervin Santana, first 11 starts of 2017: 

ERA: 1.75

Opponents’ batting line .140 average / .230 on-base percentage / .253 slugging percentage

Batting average on balls in play allowed: .145 (the lowest in MLB history for any starting pitcher)

Ervin Santana, June 3 vs. (Mike Trout-less) Angels:

4 IP, 7 ER, 7 H, 3 BB, 3 HR

Regression is cruel and merciless, and it spares no one.

10. Chicago Cubs (28-27, plus-4, LT: 10)

9. Milwaukee Brewers (30-27, plus-29, LT: 8)

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