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Los Angeles Angels: Why Their Top 3 Starting Pitchers Are Better Than Giants’
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In all honesty, pick your poison, because objectivity is like a hormonal teen wandering a candy shop of string bikinis.

A battle between the cute-girl-next-door appeal of Reese Witherspoon, or the sultry, seductive cat crazed, Megan Fox, is about to ensue and this my friends, isn't pretty. 

My blushing beer goggles are on and I am positive, though dysfunctional and biased toward Halo Red-the Angels have the best three-man rotation in the game today.

That means, love potion aside, we stake the mighty claim over the Phillies and our cross state rivals, the Giants.

Since the 2002 World Series victory over Barry Bonds and company, the inter-league rivalry has become something for the ages. No longer does the ancient Dodgers/Giants rivalry composite a monopoly in California.

But now, Bay Area Brats and OC Tanites have reason for beef.

No team since 2000 in the great Golden state holds as many divisional championships, five, than the Angels.

Yet despite this fantastic modern day track record, the Giants are reigning World Series champs. Their run to world fame last year was one for the ages, watching as they with the power of pitching, mowed top teams like the Braves, Phillies and Rangers.

So in order to ascertain accuracy, I will battle between each team's one, two and three man, and tally the score in a pragmatic manner.

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