The Dodgers are extremely hopeful that Jansen threatens none of those stats.
"We're paying attention," said manager Don Mattingly. "There are a lot of factors. Our starters have been 12th in innings pitched. Our bullpen has pitched 80 innings. We've asked a lot of innings out there. Now we're playing 29 of 30 [days].
"I know that pace can't keep up and I don't think it will. You'll see it get better."
Jansen, who pitched four of the previous five days, said Thursday that his arm feels fine.
"It usually does in April and August," he said. "I'm fine."
Ken Gurnick is a reporter for MLB.com. This story was not subject to the approval of Major League Baseball or its clubs.