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Dodgers vs. Diamondbacks schedule & probable starting pitchers

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LOS ANGELES -- The Dodgers resume their seven-game homestand beginning Monday when the Diamondbacks come to town for three games. Los Angeles has won six straight games against Arizona at Dodger Stadium, dating back to 2014, and has won five straight series against them at Dodger Stadium, dating back to 2013. Here is a look at the scheduled starting pitchers for the three-game set.

Monday, 7:10 p.m. PT (SportsNet LA)

Mike Bolsinger makes his first start against his old team, and looks to turn things around. After six total walks in his first four starts, to go with 22 strikeouts, Bolsinger has six walks and only six strikeouts in total in his last two starts. Rubby De La Rosa comes to town with 67 strikeouts in 69 innings and a solid 23.3-percent strikeout rate, but also sports a 5.09 ERA and has allowed 12 home runs in 11 starts, matching his total for all of 2014, in 101⅔ innings.

Tuesday, 7:10 p.m. (SportsNet LA)

In the middle game of the series, Carlos Frias gets the call, trying to avoid becoming the third pitcher ever to allow 10 or more hits in three straight starts at Dodger Stadium. The only two pitchers to suffer that fate were Ramon Martinez (all in June 1995) and Matt Morris (spread out from 1997-2006). Robbie Ray, the main return piece Arizona got for shortstop Did Gregorius over the winter, has excelled in his two starts for the Diamondbacks. The 23-year-old left-hander has allowed one run in 11 innings, with nine strikeouts and one walk.

Wednesday, 7:10 p.m. (SportsNet LA)

Brett Anderson has four straight quality starts and a 2.28 ERA in seven starts since May 1. The left-hander also has two quality starts in two tries against Arizona this season, allowing three total runs in 12 innings in a pair of no-decisions. Jeremy Hellickson also has four straight quality starts, going 3-0 with a 3.28 ERA during that span, with 17 strikeouts and six walks in 24⅔ innings.