ANAHEIM, Calif Saturday afternoon's starting pitchers for the Dodgers and Angels couldn't be having seasons that are anymore different.
Not much was expected from lefthander Chris Capuano, a free agent pickup by the Dodgers, whose career has been one of ups and downs, usually interrupted by injuries.
A lot was expected from Angels' righthander Ervin Santana, who is 17 games over .500 in his career and had thrown a no-hitter against the Cleveland Indians last season.
However, as June gets ready to morph into July, it's the crafty Capuano who's chasing an All Star berth, while Santanawho is pitching better than he had earlier this season--is just hoping told hold onto his starting joband his Halos' uniform.
Even though the 29-year old Dominican had his ninth career double-figure strikeout game, he can't seem to get it all togethereven when he throws a good game, he gets very little help. And as unlikely as it seemed a few weeks ago, there's a flood of speculation that Santana wil...