Hoping he can be their number two behind Clayton Kershaw, The Los Angeles Dodgers’ handed Zack Greinke a monster contract that closed in on $150 million over six years. So far, 2013 hasn’t gone as planned for either party. Before the season, Greinke dealt with an elbow issue, but managed to seemingly dodge a bullet. He avoided the disabled list and was able to pitch in the first week of the season. Unfortunately he wouldn’t couldn’t dodge the oncoming shoulder block delivered by Carlos Quentin. The right-hander suffered a broken left collarbone that cost him a month of the season. Since returning, his results have been mediocre at best, and warning signs may be mounting for Zack Greinke, his fantasy owners, and the Dodgers.Read the rest of this article by logging in or purchasing The Fix's "Front Office" package.
Yield to Zack Greinke’s Warning Signs
June 19, 2013 by Leave a Comment