The Los Angeles Dodgers, New York Yankees and Houston Astros were the best teams in the first half of the 2019 MLB season. All three are expected to keep it up after the All-Star break.

According to the latest betting odds at BetOnline, the top teams in baseball all have projected win totals of 99.5. Houston began the year with the highest over/under at 96.5. New York was second at 95.5. Los Angeles led the NL with a projected win total of 93.5.

Three MLB teams won at least 100 games last season. How many will do it this year?

Here are predictions for the Yankees, Astros and Dodgers for the second half of the season:

New York Yankees Over 99.5 Wins

The Yankees are on pace to win 105 games, and they should only get better in the second half of the season. Players like Aaron Judge and Aaron Hicks are back after missing a lot of time on the injured list. Ace Luis Severino could eventually make his 2019 debut, bolstering the weakest part of the roster. New York also appears determined to trade for a starting pitcher.

With the AL’s second-ranked offense, one of the best bullpens and a rotation that should only get better, the Yankees are a safe bet to win more than 100 games.

Aaron Judge Gary Sanchez Yankees Gary Sanchez #24 and Aaron Judge #99 of the New York Yankees celebrate after Sanchez hit a three-run home run as teammate Giancarlo Stanton #27 watches during the seventh inning of Game Two of the American League Division Series against the Boston Red Sox at Fenway Park on October 6, 2018 in Boston, Massachusetts. Photo: Elsa/Getty Images

Houston Astros Over 99.5 Wins

The Astros also survived injuries to some of their best players while putting together one of the best records in baseball. Houston is on pace for 102 victories, which shouldn’t come as a surprise given what the team has done in recent years. The Astros followed up their 101-win season in 2017 with a franchise-record 103 victories last season. With three position players starting the All-Star Game and three more pitchers on the team, Houston might have the AL’s most loaded roster.

Don’t be surprised if Houston makes a trade for a starting pitcher. Even if they run away with the AL West, the Astros will be motivated to try and earn home-field advantage throughout the playoffs.

Los Angeles Dodgers Under 99.5 Wins

Unlike the Yankees and Astros, the Dodgers might not have much to play for in September. The back-to-back NL champs are running away with the league’s No.1 seed, leading the No.2 seed Atlanta Braves by 5.5 games. Los Angeles is 11.5 games ahead of the NL’s third-best team with a 13.5-game lead in the NL West.

During their run of six straight division titles, the Dodgers have won more than 94 games just once. After losing in two straight World Series, Los Angeles’ focus is winning a championship, and that could mean taking their foot off the gas pedal when 100 wins are in their sights.