This has already been a record-breaking season in so many ways for the Dodgers. With 81 wins and 48 games to go, the Dodgers will likely blow past the franchise-best 105 wins set in 1953. But where they have thrived most has been at home.
At 47-13, this 2017 team is just three wins away from a third consecutive 50-win season at Dodger Stadium. At no point have the Dodgers ever won 50 games at home in three straight seasons.
The Dodgers are actually on pace for more than 60 wins at home, a feat that would pass the 1953 team’s 60-17 record in Brooklyn.
Home Record by Month
The team has only eight home games in August, beginning with a five-game home stand with the Padres and White Sox. Two teams that the Dodgers have --not surprisingly — won a combined nine of 11 games from.
Remaining Home Schedule
|Padres||Aug. 11-13, Sept. 25-27||7-2|
|White Sox||Aug. 15-16||2-0|
The Dodgers have hit 91 long balls at home this season in 60 games. The franchise record is 119 in 1955 while the highest total in Dodger Stadium came in 2000 with 108.
The offense has scored 5.3 runs per game with 318 runs overall.
The team could break the doubles mark of 159 in 2006 (1.96 per game). The current pace is 2.02 per game with 121 in 60 games.
The pitching staff has a 2.83 ERA at Dodger Stadium, allowing just 3.12 runs per game.
They have struck out 9.3 per nine innings at home, bested only by last year’s 9.5 per nine.
Cody Bellinger has 17 home runs at home this season. The Dodger record is 25 set by Gil Hodges (1954) and Duke Snider (1956). Snider hit at least 23 at home every year from 1953 to 1957. Adrian Beltre (2004) and Gary Sheffield (2000) each hit 23 at Dodger Stadium.
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