This time, it wasn’t the home run that ruined Phil Hughes’ night. Instead, it was five first-inning singles, a pair of doubles in the third and two more hits in the fifth.

Regardless of the details, it was another subpar outing from Hughes in the Yankees’ 6-0 loss to the Dodgers, as Los Angeles salvaged a split of yesterday’s split doubleheader in The Bronx following the Bombers’ 6-4 victory in the afternoon.

Hughes — a free agent at the end of the season — allowed five runs in six innings and fell to 3-6. Hughes has won just once in his last seven starts, and his ERA ballooned to 5.09.

When asked when he needed to start seeing more consistency out of Hughes, manager Joe Girardi said, “We need all our players to be consistent,” Girardi said. “He’s struggling with that.”

Though Ivan Nova is pitching well at Triple-A Scranton/Wilkes-Barre and Michael Pineda’s rehab is going well, Girardi said Hughes’ spot is not in jeopardy.

“I haven’t really thought about moving Phil out of the rotation,” Girardi said.

Hughes also said it’s not on his mind.

“My number one priority is pitching well every five days,” Hughes said. “That’s really all I worry about.”

The day got off to a pretty good start for the Yankees, who were playing host to the Dodgers for the first time since the 1981 World Series, with manager Don Mattingly in the visitors’ dugout.

There was a chant from the Bleacher Creatures to the former first baseman, a brief video tribute and other mentions of his name throughout the doubleheader.

Each time, Mattingly tipped his cap to the crowd before his struggling team got the win in the nightcap.

“It was pretty cool,’’ Mattingly said of his first game at the new Stadium. “It’s a good feeling to know people appreciated the way you played. … I always said this is a special place.”

It’s a place where Cuban sensation Yasiel Puig felt comfortable in.