Maybe home is where the heart is but the Dodgers are feeling some particular love for the road. That would be the road they suddenly and absolutely own. They bring their own fireplace leather recliner and ottoman get all comfy and make each ballpark their own. Wrigley Field? Feels like it rests in the middle of Elysian Park. Might as well put a “Think Blue” sign up on one of those Waveland Avenue rooftops. The Dodgers won away from home again Saturday beating the Chicago Cubs 3-0 at Wrigley Field behind the pitching of Chris Capuano and hitting of Carl Crawford to set a franchise record with a 13th consecutive road victory. That eclipsed the club record set in 1924 and left them as the first National League club to win 13 consecutive games since the 1976 Philadelphia Phillies. The NL record is 17 by the 1916 New York Giants. The Dodgers of course have been doing a lot of winning lately regardless of where they play. In their last 37 games the Dodgers are 30-7. They were 30-42 when their run began. About the only thing that did not go the Dodgers’ way Saturday was Yasiel Puig making his daily diving catch. This one came in the seventh inning Puig diving in right-center field to take a hit away from Starlin Castro.