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Haren's start helps bullpen as Dodgers beat Mets, 6-2

LOS ANGELES -- If Dan Haren continues to pitch like he did Friday night, he'll probably be a Los Angeles Dodger again next season. Haren won for the third time in four starts, limiting the New York Mets to a run and three hits over seven innings in a 6-2 victory at Dodger Stadium. Haren, who turns 34 next month, has pitched 150 innings this season. By pitching 30 more, he'll reach the 180-inning benchmark necessary to turn his $10 million team option for next season into a player option. In that case, the decision to return next season will be his, not the Dodgers'. "I couldn't care less," Haren said. "It might sound stupid, but who knows if I would want to play next year? I'd rather ...

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