The 2013 MLB season could have a significant West Coast tilt to it, with the Los Angeles Dodgers and Los Angeles Angels making the bold, splashy moves that we once expected from the likes of the New York Yankees and Boston Red Sox.
The Angels nabbed the best free-agent hitter available in Josh Hamilton, while the Dodgers inked the best pitcher on the open market in Zack Greinke.
As a result, the Dodgers and Angels look like two of the favorites to make it to the World Series. With all of the additions these clubs have made, we have the makings of a rivalry that could decide who wins a championship for years to come.
The rosters aren't set, and plenty of other moves will be made before Opening Day. But based on lineups, starting rotations, bullpens, benches, coaching and management, who looks more likely to win the World Series?
Which of these Southern California teams is best equipped to end October holding a trophy amidst a champagne celebration?