The Los Angeles Dodgers, owners of baseball's biggest payroll, haven't thrown their financial weight around this offseason. Yes, they shored up the back end of the rotation by signing Brandon McCarthy and Brett Anderson, but they missed...Show More Summary
The Los Angeles Dodgers’ rotation is undoubtedly the strength of the team. It is loaded. Two Cy Young winners head the staff, and the back half is talented as well. Legitimate arguments can be made that Clayton Kershaw, Zack GreinkeShow More Summary
Andrew Friedman inherited a pretty good starting rotation when he agreed to run the Los Angeles Dodgers. It was weak at the back end, sure, but having Clayton Kershaw, Zack Greinke and Hyun-Jin Ryu at the top more than made up for that. But...Show More Summary
Jon Lester won't be following Clayton Kershaw and Zack Greinke in the Dodgers rotation next season.
One of the most prominent subplots in the Dodgers' interest in Jon Lester is this: Zack Greinke can opt out of his contract after next season.
And we’re off. The trade market for starting pitchers has already started establishing itself at the MLB winter meetings with the Oakland A’s continuing their busy offseason by trading Jeff Samardzija to the Chicago White Sox, a move reported by Jon Heyman of CBSSports.com. Show More Summary
As the first day of baseball's winter meetings came to a close Monday night, Jon Lester was believed to be close to deciding where he'll pitch next season. At first glance, the Dodgers looked like one of his most logical destination...
It appears that the Los Angeles Dodgers have emerged as the "mystery team" in pursuit of free-agent starter Jon Lester, and making a run at him could mean moving current No. 2 starter Zack Greinke. Let's back up for a second, though. The...Show More Summary
ZACK GREINKE, 31, starting pitcher.
Erosion is already threatening to seize the Kansas City Royals' roster just days after their inspirational World Series appearance. The club did not pick up its option on designated hitter Billy Butler and, in a formality, the Royals...Show More Summary
Clayton Kershaw is not going to win every postseason award. Dodgers teammate Zack Greinke saw to that Tuesday.
Zack Greinke asked out of Kansas City four years ago. He was in the prime of his career. He would not sign a new contract with the Royals because he wanted to win and, as he told anyone who asked, he did not believe the Royals could win.
When the Royals traded for James Shields in December 2012, it was a sign that Kansas City was ready to be taken seriously as a contender.
In the bottom of the sixth inning Saturday, 54,000 fans rose as one in full-throated cheer as the Dodgers' Zack Greinke stepped to the plate with the bases loaded in a game his team already led, 2-0. St. Louis Cardinals starter Lance Lynn was laboring after 110 pitches. One mistake there and...
Zack Greinke buzzed through the seventh with a shutout intact, and Matt Kemp, who missed Los Angeles’s N.L.C.S. loss to St. Louis last year, hit a tiebreaking homer in the eighth.
The Dodgers' No. 2 pitcher is playing like the ace he is paid to be, allowing no hits and providing his own run support through three innings in Chavez Ravine. It seems as though Zack Grienke decided to pick up where Clayton KershawShow More Summary
Zack Greinke and Lance Lynn will attempt to give fans the duel they were expecting on Friday for Saturday's NLDS Game 2 at Dodgers Stadium. The NLDS Game 1 marquee pitching matchup did not live up to its billing with the Dodgers and Cardinals combining for 26 hits and 18 runs in St. Show More Summary
The Dodgers are turning to Zack Greinke to even up their National League Division Series against St. Louis.
A couple of questions into his Friday news conference, Zack Greinke offered a reminder of how bluntly he speaks.
Zack Greinke has had a season most pitchers would dream of: a career-high 17 wins, fifth-most in the National League. A 2.71 ERA and 207 strikeouts, most since his Cy Young award-winning season with Kansas City in 2009.