Haren was 7-4 with a 3.32 ERA in 16 starts at Dodger Stadium in 2014, with 68 strikeouts and 14 walks in 95 innings. Down the stretch the right-hander was 3-0 with a 1.69 ERA in his final five home starts, with 28 strikeouts and three walks in 32 innings.
He has not allowed a walk nor a home run in his two starts this month.
The Dodgers are 14-2 in Los Angeles this season, their best home start since 2009 (also 14-2), and have won five straight games at Chavez Ravine.
They turn to Mike Bolsinger for his home Dodgers debut on Tuesday night, his second start of the season. The 27-year-old right-hander struck out five and allowed one run, pitching into the sixth inning in a no-decision on April 23 in San Francisco. He has been the best starter for Triple-A Oklahoma City this season at 2-0 with a 1.42 ERA in four starts, with 28 strikeouts and six walks in 19 innings.
Dodgers starting pitchers this season have a 3.53 ERA at Dodger Stadium, with 89 strikeouts and 18 walks in 91⅔ innings. The relievers have been sublime, with a 0.94 ERA at home, with 63 strikeouts and 16 walks in 57⅓ innings.
The Dodgers at home have scored at least five runs in 13 of their 16 games, and have outscored opponents 89-47 at Dodger Stadium this season. The Dodgers lead the National League and are second in MLB scoring 5.13 runs per game, and lead baseball in home runs (49), walks (128), on-base percentage (.348), slugging percentage (.479), OPS (.828), OPS+ (129), wOBA (.358) and wRC+ (127).
Dating back to last season, the Dodgers are 24-4 in their last 28 home games. A win on Tuesday or Wednesday would give the club 10 straight home series wins. The last time the Dodgers won that many consecutive home series was 1955, when the club captured 11 straight series at Ebbets Field in Brooklyn.
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