We’re not yet to the All-Star break, but at this writing every MLB team is past, at, or approaching the midpoint of the season — i.e., the 81-game mark. This notable checkpoint provides us with an opportunity to pass firm judgment on all 30 teams and their bodies of work thus far. 

We’ll do so in the form of grades. A’s are good and F’s are bad. C’s — while laudable in an educational setting and reflective of a proper work-life balance (aspire for straight C’s, young readers) — indicate mediocrity in this context. Said grades flow from reasonable and consensus preseason expectations and whether the team in question is surpassing, meeting, or falling shy of those expectations. 

Schoolmarms assemble!

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