Not even Mr. Perfect could save the Dodgers.
If the Dodgers and Manager Don Mattingly dream of building momentum off Monday’s 3-1 victory in Milwaukee, they just may have the right guy on the mound Tuesday night.
Los Angeles Dodgers starting pitcher Zack Greinke is 15-0 with a 2.89 ERA in 24 games at Miller Park, which is important to consider when making your MLB picks Tuesday as he prepares to take on the Milwaukee Brewers. Sports bettors will...Show More Summary
Los Angeles Dodgers ace Zack Greinke 's return to the mound went better than expected. Unless you're an optimist, of course, in which case it went about as expected. Making his first start since he was bulldozed by Carlos Quentin in early April, Greinke spearheaded the Dodgers' 3-1 win over the Washington Nationals with 5.1 innings of one-run ball. Show More Summary
Zack Greinke did his job, even a tad more. Then the rest of the Dodgers did just enough of theirs to emerge with a 3-1 victory over the Washington Nationals on Wednesday night before a Dodger Stadium crowd of 36,721.
One comes back, one heads out. It’s the early story of the Dodgers’ season.
Tonight Zack Greinke will return for the Dodgers against the Washington Nationals just one month after he broke is collarbone in a brawl with Carlos Quentin of the Padres. Greinke has made a nice recovery from his injury, as he progressed through his by Supreme Savings" href="#">rehab much faster than anticipated. Show More Summary
About three weeks ahead of schedule, Zack Greinke will return to the mound for the Los Angeles Dodgers tonight against the Washington Nationals. Greinke, the team’s $147-million free agent addition, was expected to need two months to recover from the … Continue reading ?
There are a lot of pitchers close to comebacks. With Zack Greinke making a quick comeback from his collarbone fracture and Jered Weaver not far behind him, not to mention Johnny Cueto's return, we will see a lot of pitching coming back to the mound. Show More Summary
When Zack Greinke broke his collarbone in a collision with a very angry Carlos Quentin last month, the word was that the Los Angeles Dodgers would have to make do without their $147 million right-hander for eight weeks. So much for that. Show More Summary
So they huddled in their super-double-secret meeting, and after weighing all the pros and cons and hearing from everyone in the organization except one usher in Section 28, the Dodgers have decided:
The Los Angeles Dodgers have been without starting pitcher Zack Greinke for over a month with a broken collarbone, but the 29-year-old ace will return to the mound on Wednesday against the Washington Nationals. The team's official Twitter...Show More Summary
Zack Greinke is scheduled to start Wednesday.
Yesterday, I wrote about the disappointing starts of the Angels (12-22, 9 games back in the AL West) and Dodgers (13-20, 6 games back in the NL West), and why ESPN.com’s Jim Bowden’s ideas on how to fix them probably weren ’t realistic due to the lack of impact prospects and overall depth in each team’s farm system. Show More Summary
Less than four weeks removed from shoulder surgery, Zack Greinke is scheduled to pitch in a minor league game.
This year, the Los Angeles Dodgers’ most heated on-field rivals might just be the San Diego Padres, given the way the Padres’ Carlos Quentin broke Zack Greinke’s collarbone and all. However, for Dodgers fans, there’s no question that the San Francisco Giants are still enemy number one. And despite that tragic beating outside Dodger Stadium [...]
Just look at the names in this week's UTK and you'll see the issue. Giancarlo Stanton, Zack Greinke, Troy Tulowitzki, Stephen Strasburg—these are big-time stars, with most making big time money or carrying the hopes of a franchise on their back. Show More Summary
Chad Billingsley will undergo Tommy John surgery tomorrow, April 24. Recovery time is expected to be 12 months. — Los Angeles Dodgers (@Dodgers) April 23, 2013 That is very, very unfortunate news for the Dodgers. After losing Zack Greinke...Show More Summary
With Hanley Ramirez, Chris Capuano, Chad Billingsley and Zack Greinke all on the disabled list and Luis Cruz and Justin Sellers off to slow starts, the Dodgers’ depth has been tested this season. Young, unproven members of the organization will be called upon to fill key roles, and who that will be is dependent on their performance so far. Show More Summary
When it comes to injuries the Los Angeles Dodgers have had their fair share this year. The pitching staff has been hit especially hard with injuries to Zack Greinke, Chad Billingsley and Chris Capuano. Greinke is on the shelf for at least two months after his brawl with San Diego Padres outfielder Carlos Quentin, according to ESPN.com. Show More Summary