If you are cynical, you might be inclined to say that Zack Greinke is going to end up getting his way by not making the trip to Australia with the Los Angeles Dodgers to open the season. But let's be fair – whether he was feeling zero excitement&
Last season, newly-signed Los Angeles Dodger Zack Greinke missed a month early in the season after San Diego Padres outfielder Carlos Quentin charged the mound, breaking Greinke's collarbone. With spring training in its early stages, ...
Juan Uribe homered and singled in his two plate appearances and drove in the first two Dodgers runs. Brendan Harris played the final four innings at shortstop on Thursday and singled in his only at-bat. Mattingly said that Harris, Justin Turner .
Dodgers pitcher Zack Greinke left his Feb. 27 start after just four pitches with a right calf strain. It has wreaked havoc with his spring schedule and puts the chances of the right-hander pitching in Australia in jeopardy.
Greinke retired Tony Campana to open the game, then threw two pitches to Cliff Pennington before trainer Stan Conte and manager Don Mattingly made a mound visit. After a prolonged conversation and two warmup pitches, Greinke ... more about the injury
The Los Angeles Dodgers will open the Major League season early, playing against the Arizona Diamondbacks in Australia in March 22nd. Zack Greinke is slated to start the second of those games after Clayton Kershaw, but he is not ...
The Arizona Diamondbacks are at least a little excited to go to Australia. That is an opinion that flies in the face of Zack Greinke's rather blunt opinion that there is “zero excitement” for the trip to open Major League Baseball's regular
“I can't think of one reason to be excited for it.” ... Australian officials are apparently pissed off about Greinke's quote, and understandably so, but they will not issue a response until they speak with the Dodgers and Major League
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