What a difference a year makes.
In Game 3, they were routed 10-0.
From there, through the end of April, the team showed the rest of baseball exactly the type of team they would become for the season: a .500 ball club, closing out the month at 14-14.
While this season is still very young, the boys in blue are off to a nice 3-0 start (albeit they are playing the Padres.)
However, they are quietly playing very well. With so much attention being given to the Los Angeles Angels and the San Francisco Giants locally, along with the Marlins and Cardinals garnering attention throughout the baseball world, the Dodgers get to fly under the radar.
Even with the team being sold last week, this low-profile approach may be just what the team needs. Here is a look at 10 of the biggest differences facing the Dodgers in the 2012 season.