(Undated) — The unofficial first half of the big league season is in the books and there are several surprising teams leading their divisions. After losing 100 games last season, the Cincinnati Reds find themselves atop the NL Central at 50-and-41, one game ahead of Milwaukee. The young Diamondbacks are tied with the Dodgers in the NL West race. The Braves continue to dominate the NL East, and have the best record in the Senior Circuit at 60-and-29. The Tampa Bay Rays lead the American League at 58-and-35, currently two games ahead of the Orioles in the AL East. The Rangers have also seen a great turnaround after losing 94 games last year. Texas heads into the break first in the AL West at 58-and-39, two games ahead of the defending World Series champion Houston Astros. The Cleveland Guardians hold just a half-game lead on the Twins in the AL Central.