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Zack Greinke Should Chain Himself to Clayton Kershaw for Rest of His Prime

Opting out didn't surprise anybody. Not the Los Angeles Dodgers decision-makers, not the team's fans, not the media that covers the organization and entire industry, not the man’s teammates, and not rival teams. No one was stunned when ace Zack Greinke left $71 million and three years in his wake by opting out of his deal with the Dodgers. Show More Summary

Predicting Surprise Destinations for Top MLB Offseason Targets

From Zack Greinke to Aroldis Chapman, both the MLB free-agent market and the trade block are stocked with impact arms. For now, no one knows just where exactly those stars will end up. However, after considering team needs for 2016 and...Show More Summary

2016 MLB Free Agents: Latest Rumors on Zack Greinke, Jordan Zimmermann and More

The MLB winter meetings are just two weeks away, and the competitive landscape of free agency will likely make its biggest plays this offseason. Executives of all 30 teams will convene in Nashville, where the hot stove will reach its...Show More Summary

High-Risk, High-Reward MLB Reclamation Projects Worth Taking a Chance on

It doesn't take a brilliant baseball mind to sign a free agent like Yoenis Cespedes, Zack Greinke or David Price. While the deals the most well-known commodities sign don't always pay off as hoped, it's not a difficult decision to sign...Show More Summary

Biggest Snubs, Surprises of the First Annual 2015 Esurance MLB Awards

This just hasn't been an awards season to remember for Zack Greinke. After losing out for the National League Cy Young, the right-handed ace was snubbed for the Best Starting Pitcher honor in the inaugural edition of the 2015 Esurance...Show More Summary

Early Predictions for 2016's Rookie of the Year, MVP and Cy Young Races

There wasn't much in the way of surprises when it came to the recipients of baseball's major individual awards in 2015—aside from a National League Cy Young Award race that could have gone to either Los Angeles' Zack Greinke or Chicago's...Show More Summary

Tyson Ross Is the Overlooked Ace of the 2015-16 MLB Offseason

Good morning/afternoon/evening, MLB offseason shoppers. While you're browsing the ace section — ogling a Zack Greinke, drooling over a David Price, maybe checking the sticker on a Stephen Strasburg — can we interest you in somethingShow More Summary

Every MLB Team's Most Pressing Need It Must Fill This Offseason

From Zack Greinke to David Price, the MLB free-agent market is flooded with impact starters. That's great news for big league general managers because revamping the rotation is the most pressing need for an array of teams across the league. There's also an assortment of squads whose top offseason objective is to land that late-inning ace. Show More Summary

Cubs' Jake Arrieta wins Cy Young Award over Dodgers' Zack Greinke and Clayton Kershaw

The ace of the Chicago Cubs took a Cy Young Award from Zack Greinke. If Jake Arrieta has his way, the Cubs would take Greinke from the Dodgers. Arrieta edged Greinke for the National League Cy Young Award, with Dodgers anchor Clayton Kershaw a distant third in voting among baseball writers, which...

Far from a travesty, but Zack Greinke deserved NL Cy Young Award

Did they get it right? I don’t think so, but that’s a long way from saying voters blew the 2015 National League Cy Young Award. Great cases could be made for all three finalists -- Zack Greinke, Clayton Kershaw and Jake Arrieta. In the end it was close, although probably not as close as most had...

Jake Arrieta wins NL Cy Young award

In a close vote, Cubs ace Jake Arrieta won the National League Cy Young award Wednesday night. Arrieta finished with 169 points and 17 first-place votes, while Dodgers starter Zack Greinke had 147 points and 10 first-place votes. Last year's MVP and Cy Young winner, Clayton Kershaw, finished third...

Jake Arrieta wins National League Cy Young Award; Dodgers' Greinke is second

Jake Arrieta of the Chicago Cubs won the National League Cy Young Award, it was announced Wednesday, edging Zack Greinke and Clayton Kershaw of the Dodgers. Arrieta went 22-6 with a 1.77 earned-run average, including a record 0.75 ERA after the All-Star break. He led the league in victories, and...

Jake Arrieta beats out Zack Greinke for National League Cy Young Award

Jake Arrieta of the Chicago Cubs won the 2015 National League Cy Young Award on Wednesday, announced by the Baseball Writers Association of America. Arrieta captured 17 of 30 first-place votes, while Zack Greinke of the Los Angeles Dodgers received 10 first-place votes and finished second. Show More Summary

Should Zack Greinke, Jake Arrieta or Clayton Kershaw win the NL Cy Young Award? Take our poll

The winner of the 2015 NL Cy Young Award will be announced later Wednesday, and there are three finalists: Jake Arrieta, Chicago Cubs Arrieta finished second in the NL with 229 innings pitched and a 1.77 ERA, including a 0.75 ERA in his last 15 starts. Zack Greinke, Dodgers Greinke led all of baseball...

Max Scherzer and Clayton Kershaw will battle for the 2016 NL Cy Young award

The National League has three strong contenders for this year’s Cy Young award.Los Angeles Dodgers ace Zack Greinke posted an ERA of 1.66 ERA, becoming one of eight pitchers to meet that mark or better while qualifying for the ERA title since 1961. Show More Summary

How Each Top 15 MLB Free Agent Will Be Replaced by Former Team

Attempting to replace top MLB free agents like Zack Greinke and David Price is not an enviable task. For teams like the Los Angeles Dodgers and the Toronto Blue Jays, doing just that is on the docket this winter. What follows are predictions...Show More Summary

Money is still an object for Dodgers, who are trying to cut payroll from $300 million

This is the time of year when the baseball world spotlights the available players deemed most expensive and links them to the Dodgers. David Price! Zack Greinke! How about both? Why stop there? We keep thinking back to that summer day in 2012, in the Dodgers' first year under Guggenheim Baseball...

Brett Anderson accepts; Zack Greinke, Howie Kendrick decline qualifying offers

And Brett Anderson makes three. All left-handed, too. If Hyun-Jin Ryu is able to come back next spring from shoulder surgery, the Dodgers could be looking at four left-handed starters in their rotation. For now, though, they have three, with Anderson accepting Friday the $15.8-million qualifying...

Title-Hopeful Dodgers Should Go All In, Sign Both Zack Greinke and David Price

The Los Angeles Dodgers are in the market for starting pitching, and word is they're willing to go big. They either want to re-sign Zack Greinke or, failing that, sign David Price instead. But here's a crazy notion: Why not both Greinke...Show More Summary

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