Zack Greinke is beginning his third season with the Arizona Diamondbacks, and this time the right-hander will be throwing home games with baseballs stored in a humidor
Major league pitcher and former Dodger Zack Greinke has put his two-structure compound in Studio City on the market for $7.55 million. He bought the home five years ago for $4.575 million, records show. Set on a leafy foothill lot of more than an acre, the gated Craftsman estate was designed by...
Major League Baseball pitcher and former Dodger Zack Greinke has put his two-structure compound in Studio City on the market for $7.55 million. Set on a leafy foothills lot of more than an acre, the gated Craftsman estate was designed by architect Ray Keller and designer Dixon Chang to evoke the...
Seattle Mariners trade rumors suggest the team is still looking for starting pitching. Mariners general manager Jerry Dipoto pushed hard to sign Shohei Ohtani this offseason, but the team came up short in that quest. With a number of...Show More Summary
He’s only entering year three of a hefty contract. Welcome to the “hm, this seems like an out-there rumor that could definitely still happen” portion of the Winter Meetings. It’s Zack Greinke rumor time, and this one is all about him possibly going to the Texas Rangers. Show More Summary
Five years and one day ago, the Dodgers signed Zack Greinke. The contract guaranteed him the most money of any right-handed pitcher. Ever. Guggenheim Baseball Management was seven months into its ownership of the Dodgers. It already had committed close to $300 million to get Adrian Gonzalez and...
Greinke, the Diamondbacks’ ace, was pitching for Los Angeles not that long ago. But now he is is tasked with preventing the Dodgers from completing a division-series sweep.
Zack Greinke and Josh Hamilton were the stars five years ago, and it got worse from there. Free agency is officially here. Well, unofficially, there is still some dickering to do with qualifying offers, so don’t expect players to start joining new teams just yet. Show More Summary
His head bowed, Zack Greinke stepped down from the mound and walked toward the Arizona Diamondbacks bench. His night was over. His team’s season was about to be, too. Greinke’s role in the Diamondbacks’ demise can’t be understated. No player on either team was as responsible for the Dodgers’ three-game...
The Arizona Diamondbacks return home down 2-0 in their National League Division Series against the Los Angeles Dodgers, desperately needing some length out of ace Zack Greinke in Game 3 on Monday night at Chase Field in Phoenix (10:08 p.m. Show More Summary
Arizona right-hander Zack Greinke will take the Chase Field mound Monday for the third elimination-game start of his major league career. The first, he made as a Dodger, in Game 5 of the 2015 National League Division Series, a loss to the New York Mets. The second was Wednesday, in the National...
The Arizona ace has not pitched past the fifth inning in his last three starts, but it’s on Greinke to keep the wild-card Diamondbacks alive against the Dodgers in the NLDS.
Former Angels backstop is prized by Arizona for his ability to work with top pitchers, Zack Greinke among them.
Greinke makes his $206.5 million start for the Diamondbacks in Wednesday's wild-card game.
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Just in case anybody was unclear about that part. Diamondbacks ace Zack Greinke sat with the media before his expected start in the National League Wild Card game against the Rockies Wednesday to discuss the matchup and how he feels about the one-game playoff. In true Greinke fashion, none of the quotes he provided were revolutionary by any means. Show More Summary
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Greinke earned his major league-best 16th victory with six strong innings.