It’s about pitching, stupid. About those arms that start every five days set the tone, lead the way.
That’s the long-held belief, anyway. If teams have demonstrated there is more than one way to earn a ring, the consistent stable typically gets back to pitching, particularly of the starting variety.
So I ask you: Is the Dodgers’ rotation better overall than it was a year ago?
That might seem chuckle-inducing, what with the Dodgers having lost ace Zack Greinke to the Diamondbacks. And certainly if you look at the team’s...