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The Week That Was

LAA

Third Week Record That’s Not Exactly How They Drew It Up: 7-11

LAD

Third Week Record That’s Also Not Exactly How They Drew It Up: 8-10

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The Week That Was

LAA

2013 Record That Caused The Interminably Frustrating Glorious Rebirth of Scioscialism*: 4-9

The 12 Tenets of Socialism

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Ed. Note: This week’s Battle of LA went up moments before the severity of Jered Weaver’s left elbow injury went public. Which is to say, this is the final BoLA. (Not really.)

The Week That Was

LAA

First Week Record That Is Apparently Enough Of A Sample To Freak Some People Out: 2-4

LAD

First Week Record That Is Apparently Enough Of A Sample To Encourage Some Folks: 4-2

Southern California’s Burgeoning Pissing Contest: The Leader In The Clubhouse

The Dodgers. Their team ERA is 1.00 (totally sustainable) and their bullpen has been absolutely lights out through the first six games of the season (0 ER in 14 appearances). The outstanding start by their pitching staff has made the slow starts by Matt Kemp (2-for-20) and the three-headed pile o’ futility that is the left side of their infield (hitting a collective .026) a little bit easier to swallow.

That said, three of the Dodgers’ four wins came against the Pittsburgh Pirates, who have been nothing short of awful to start the 2013 campaign. The Angels got stuck with the shit-end of the stick by opening with the Reds and the Rangers, and their record reflects it.

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The Angels and Dodgers are fighting hard to win the hearts and minds of Southern California baseball fans. Spending cash and engaging in a non-stop war of one-upmanship. Who will prevail in the end?

Getting Blanked tapped Orange County heartthrob and one half of the Productive Outs juggernaut Riley Breckenridge with keeping score on LA baseball this season.

The Week That Was

LAA

Meaningless Spring Training Record: 10-20

Smallest Of Small Sample Sizes Regular Season Record: 1-0

LAD

Meaningless Spring Training Record: 13-20

Smallest Of Small Sample Sizes Regular Season Record: 1-0

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