Ten days into the 2019 MLB season, the standings look nothing like they did last year. Only two of the six reigning division winners sit in first place, and some of the World Series favorites aren’t above .500.

The Milwaukee Brewers (8-2) are atop the NL Central, and the Los Angeles Dodgers (8-2) have the best record in the NL West. The addition of Bryce Harper and two other All-Stars has helped put the Philadelphia Phillies (6-2) at the top of the NL East. Every American League division has a different leader than the one the ended the 2018 season in first place.

Harper has been fantastic with his new team, and defending MVP Christian Yelich has, once again, been great for the Brewers. But the Dodgers have the early MVP favorite in Cody Bellinger, who leads the league with a .455 average, seven home runs and 18 RBI.

The Seattle Mariners (9-2) don't only have the best record in the AL West. They’ve got the best record in all of baseball. No one else in the American League even has eight victories, though Seattle has played more games than anyone. The Houston Astros are 3.5 games out of first.

The biggest surprise might be in the AL Central, where the Detroit Tigers (7-3) currently sit at the top. They are a half-game ahead of the Cleveland Indians (6-3), who are the prohibitive favorites after cruising to last year's division title.

It turns out the battle for the AL East might not simply come down to the Boston Red Sox (3-8) and the New York Yankees (5-4). The Tampa Bay Rays (7-3) won 90 games last season, and they've been the best team in the division, thus far.

The Yankees are starting to get back on track after sweeping a weekend series in Baltimore. Boston has yet to look like the reigning world champions with eight losses in 11 games.

Only three teams have a worse record than the Red Sox. That includes the Chicago Cubs (2-7), though they aren't even in last place because of how bad the Cincinnati Reds (1-8) have been.