After Jered Weaver demonstrated once again his dominance at Progressive Field, now it's Dan Haren's turn to do the same.
The struggling Haren brings in the third-lowest ERA among pitchers with at least five starts at the Cleveland stadium as the Los Angeles Angels continue a three-game set against the Indians on Tuesday night.
Los Angeles (45-35) opened this series Monday with a 3-0 victory behind All-Star Weaver, who yielded five hits over seven-plus innings to lower his career ERA in Cleveland to 1.52.
Weaver's mark is second-best for players with at least five starts at the ballpark formerly known as Jacobs Field to former Royals starter Brian Bannister's 1.50. Haren (6-7, 4.53 ERA) ranks just behind those two, going 3-0 with a 1.80 ERA in five starts at Cleveland.
Haren already owns one victory in Cleveland (40-39) this year, allowing one run and striking out seven over eight innings of a 2-1 victory April 28. He improved to 4-2 with a 3.31 ERA in 11 career starts against the In...