Failing to make a significant addition at the 2019 MLB trade deadline hasn’t slowed the New York Yankees (74-39) or Los Angeles Dodgers (76-40) down one bit. With more than two-thirds of the regular season complete, the two teams have the best records in baseball.

New York and L.A. share the same winning percentage, though the Dodgers are technically atop the overall MLB standings with two more victories. Both teams are on pace to win 106 games, pulling away from the rest of their respective divisions.

The Dodgers seemingly wrapped up the NL West at the All-Star break. Los Angeles has an 18-game lead over the second-place Arizona Diamondbacks (57-57), all but guaranteeing the Dodgers their seventh straight division crown.

The Yankees are nine games ahead of the second-place Tampa Bay Rays (66-49). New York essentially ended the Boston Red Sox’s (60-56) chances of repeating as AL East champions with a four-game sweep of their rivals last weekend. The defending World Series champs are 15.5 games behind the Yankees.

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Clayton Kershaw pitches in the third inning against the New York Yankees at Yankee Stadium on Sept. 14, 2016, in the Bronx borough of New York City. Jim McIsaac/Getty Images

It isn’t just the division title that is starting to appear out of reach. Boston’s recent skid will likely keep them out of the playoffs completely.

With nine losses in their last 10 games, the Red Sox find themselves 6.5 games out of the AL Wild-Card race. The Texas Rangers (58-54) and Oakland Athletics (65-49) both stand between Boston and Tampa Bay, who has the second wild-card spot. The Cleveland Indians (66-46) are 1.5 games ahead of the Rays for the top wild-card spot.

Cleveland is 3.5 games behind the Minnesota Twins (70-43) in the AL Central. The Twins have fallen behind in the race for the AL’s No.1 seed. The Houston Astros (74-40) are 3.5 games in front of Minnesota and just a half-game behind New York for the best record in the league.

The Dodgers have an 8.5-game lead over the Atlanta Braves (67-48) for the NL’s best record. The Chicago Cubs (61-52) are five games behind Atlanta in third place in the league.

The top five teams in the NL Wild-Card race are separated by just three games in the loss column. The Washington Nationals (60-53) and Philadelphia Phillies (59-54) hold the top spots.

The New York Mets (58-56) are quickly gaining ground, pulling to within 1.5 games of the second wild-card spot with 12 wins in 13 games.

The St. Louis Cardinals (58-54) and Milwaukee Brewers (59-56) are very much in contention in the NL Central as well as the wild-card race.