ON THE MOUND: Zack Greinke gave up one run over six innings, but that was enough to end his 15-start unbeaten streak dating to last season. His last defeat was on Aug. 9, 2014, in Milwaukee. Between then and Saturday, Greinke was 10-0 with a 1.94 earned-run average. The only run charged to Greinke...
Jorge De La Rosa pitched two-hit ball over 7-plus innings before leaving with an injury and the Colorado Rockies blasted three home runs to beat the Los Angeles Dodgers 7-1 on Saturday night, handing Zack Greinke his first loss of the season.
To the list of things that had to happen one day, and finally did, you can now add Zack Greinke losing a game in 2015.
If he's so inclined, Zack Greinke can end his six-year contract with the Los Angeles Dodgers after only three seasons at the end of 2015. He just better make sure he has a really good season first. Seven starts in, it wouldn't be fair...Show More Summary
As the season dawned, it was easy to imagine the Dodgers letting Zack Greinke walk away in free agency. They still might, but that decision has become incredibly more challenging for the Dodgers' new front office.
We’re a month into the 2015 MLB regular season, and a handful of pitchers are off to scorchingly hot starts. In the National League, Zack Greinke and the rejuvenated Matt Harvey are both 5-0, while the indefatigable Bartolo Colon—currently...Show More Summary
Bartolo Colon also put together a strong performance.
There were two strikes in the count when Zack Greinke gripped his bat, dug in the batter's box and checked his swing. The call was close, so Milwaukee Brewers catcher Martin Maldonado pointed to the first base umpire for an appeal.
At one end of the spectrum on Tuesday night, there was Bartolo Colon of the New York Mets, who was losing his helmet following a wild strike-three swing. And at the other end of the spectrum was the Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Zack Greinke, who was flipping his bat following a double to the gap […]
Yasiel Puig must be so proud of his teammate. Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Zack Greinke hit a double on Tuesday against the Milwaukee Brewers, helping his cause in an 8-2 road win. After making contact, he decided to go for the bat flip. Show More Summary
That's what you call a nice combo. Zack Greinke looking every bit like an ace and the Dodgers continuing their power display.
Greinke is doing his teammate Yasiel Puig proud.
Yasiel Puig is rubbing off on his teammates. Thank goodness. This GIF comes via Chad Moriyama and it's wonderful in all sorts of ways. A pitcher hit? Wonderful. A pitcher bat flip? Sublime. A pitcher bat flip on a double to the wall? TRANSCENDENT.
There's no other pitcher in baseball quite like Zack Greinke, who is the second best pitcher on a staff that also features the best pitcher in baseball.
It's a good thing the Los Angeles Dodgers have arguably the best one-two pitching punch in Major League Baseball with Clayton Kershaw and Zack Greinke atop their staff. They're going to need it. In the wake of the lingering-since-spring-training...Show More Summary
Zack Greinke extended his mastery of NL West opponents by holding the San Diego Padres to four hits in seven innings, and Carl Crawford homered to help the Los Angeles Dodgers to a 3-0 victory Friday night.
KEY MOMENT: Zack Greinke walked Yonder Alfonso to start the bottom of the second inning, then proceeded to give up singles to Derek Norris and Will Middlebrooks to load the bases with no outs. Greinke responded by striking out Alexi Amarista and Andrew Cashner. The next batter, Wil Myers, lined...
I guess Don Mattingly, being a Yankee, didn't get the memo that Dodgers fans hate the Giants and vice versa. So to hold out Zack Greinke from the Giant series, rest regulars and treat the Giants as a last-place team flies in the face of the storied rivalry. Getting swept should serve as a wake-up...
When the Dodgers identified the San Francisco Giants as their primary threat in the National League's West Division last season, they did whatever possible to ensure Clayton Kershaw and Zack Greinke would pitch against the Giants as often as possible.
Zack Greinke won his 14th straight decision against an NL West rival, Adrian Gonzalez drove in three runs and the Los Angeles Dodgers defeated the Colorado Rockies 4-1 Saturday night.