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Friars on Base Feb 26, 2015

Padres News: Quentin and Kemp best friends now?

We all remember the infamous fight a few seasons ago between the San Diego Padres and the Los Angeles Dodgers. Dodger pitcher, Zack Greinke, beams Padres batter, Carlos Quentin. Quentin gives Greinke the stink eye. Greinke talks back. Quentin takes offense and charges. Dugouts empty, punches thrown and unkind words are exchange. Baseball brawls happen […] Padres News: Quentin and Kemp best friends now? - Friars on Base - Friars on Base - A San Diego Padres Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Viva El Birdos Feb 23, 2015

On the use of lubricating injections in Major League Baseball

So, what exactly did Zack Greinke have injected into his elbow, and why aren't more pitchers doing the same? As reported by many news outlets over the weekend, Los Angeles Dodgers starting pitcher Zack Greinke received a lubricating injection in his pitching elbow at some point last week. It is reported that Greinke has now received this type of injection in each of the last three spring trainings. For Dodgers fans, it is being classified as something that shouldn't be worried about because it is considered a "precautionary measure to prevent annual spring dead arm." However, given...
Los Angeles Times Feb 21, 2015

Dodgers' Zack Greinke receives elbow injection

Zack Greinke didn’t throw off a pitching mound Friday and he won’t again Saturday after receiving a lubricating injection in his elbow earlier in the week, the team said.
Orange County Register Feb 21, 2015
Greinke receives 'lubricating injection' in elbow

Greinke receives 'lubricating injection' in elbow

GLENDALE, Ariz. -- The Dodgers announced Saturday that right-hander Zack Greinke received a "lubricating injection" in his right elbow as a precautionary measure against chronic soreness in the joint. Greinke received the injection on Thursday and...
Orange County Register Feb 20, 2015
Dodgers' Greinke weighing whether to trigger opt-out clause after season

Dodgers' Greinke weighing whether to trigger opt-out clause after season

GLENDALE, Ariz. – Zack Greinke’s pitches can be deceptive. The Dodgers right-hander, however, rarely is. The six-year, $147 million contract Greinke signed with the Dodgers in December 2012 includes an opt-out clause Greinke can activate after...

Zack Greinke dodges questions about his future after this season

Zack Greinke reported Thursday for what could be his final spring training with the Dodgers.
Los Angeles Times Feb 19, 2015

Dodgers' Zack Greinke puts off contract questions til after season

When Zack Greinke was asked last month about the opt-out clause in his contract that can be exercised at the end of the season, he said to ask him about it again when the Dodgers reported to spring training.

Greinke will stay mum on opt-out clause

GLENDALE, Ariz. -- Zack Greinke hinted several weeks ago that he might soon have more to say about an opt-out clause in his contract that could make him a free agent this November. But after reporting to spring training on Thursday, he was as tight-lipped as before. For perfectly obvious reasons. “I’ve thought about it some, but maybe it’s just a question you guys ask me because I answer some questions I shouldn’t. It seems to be a pretty obvious thing that it’s something you don’t really talk about,” Greinke said.

Zack Greinke offers less-than-glowing review of Dodgers' moves

LOS ANGELES -- Last spring, Los Angeles Dodgers president Stan Kasten said pitcher Zack Greinke, “has this endearing, contrarian quality to him that we all know and love.” Greinke’s loveable candor, if that’s the term for it, resurfaced again at Saturday’s FanFest, when he offered a far-from-fawning analysis of the team’s offseason moves. Under a new front office headed by Andrew Friedman, the Dodgers have churned up a roster that won 94 games, changing starters at shortstop, second basemen, right field and catcher and adding two new starting pitchers and a few relievers.

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