3 weeks into the MLB season, we're starting to see some separation. Here's a look at the shaken-up top: 10. Dodgers: Batters need to stop getting cut down so often by lefty pitchers. 9. Tigers: They may fall out of the top 10 with Miguel Cabrera (groin) on the 10-day DL. 8. Red Sox: Offense has yet to take flight and Pablo Sandoval's .213/.269/.377 slash line isn't helping. 7. Yankees: Aaron Judge hit five homers this past week — several which are yet to land. 6. Indians: Corey Kluber is back on track after a complete game shutout against the White Sox. 5. Rockies: The bullpen has been dominant so far this season, posting a 2.76 ERA and 2.08 FIP. 4. Cubs: The defending champs didn't get a single quality start all of last week. 3. Orioles: The O's have a sub-.300 OBP as a team, but a 3.53 ERA has kept them rolling. 2. Nationals: Bryce Harper is looking his former MVP self, slashing .400/.525/.815 on the (young) season. 1. Astros: Dallas Keuchel is looking like his Cy Young self: 0.96 ERA/0.79 WHIP through 4 starts