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Angel/Dodger Power
2004-07-12 13:23
by Jon Weisman
Note: The Dodger Thoughts blog has moved to the Los Angeles Times.

Call me surprised to realize that the Dodgers have hit 17 more home runs than the Angels this season. Vladimir Guerrero and Jose Guillen have combined for 35, and injured players past and present Garret Anderson and Troy Glaus add another 18. After that, no Angel has more than five homers.

And yet, Anaheim still has a higher slugging average than the Dodgers, .428 to .418. The Angels have 42 more singles, 37 more doubles and 11 more triples in 119 extra at-bats.

Overall, the Dodger offense leads Anaheim in EQA, .267 to .265.

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