Miguel Tejada, SS, Orioles
The biggest bat in Baltimore's powerful lineup, he was hitting .374 with a major-league-leading 32 RBIs through Sunday.
Roy Halladay, RHP, Blue Jays
He outdueled the Yankees' Randy Johnson in a 2--0 win last Friday to improve to 4-1.
Derrek Lee, 1B, Cubs
During a hitting streak that had reached 13 games by week's end, he batted .455 with 13 RBIs to raise his average to .416.
Take away Alex Rodriguez (.429, five homers, 12 RBIs), and New York hit .233 with one homer and 12 RBIs last week.