They say money can't buy happiness. Guess what else it can't do? Keep players healthy, make quality starts or hit with runners in scoring position. Just ask the Dodgers and Angels, both below .500 and beset by pitching injuries and slow starts by key performers like Matt Kemp and Josh Hamilton.

The Dodgers have lost three starting pitchers in 10 days, with Chad Billingsley the latest sent to the DL, and they're struggling to score runs. The Angels are hitting better and swept the Tigers this past weekend, but they're missing key pitchers in Jared Weaver and Ryan Madson, and Albert Pujols's left foot is "hurting real bad." Which team should be more concerned about its current situation?

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