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Dodgers' Zack Greinke, Adrian Gonzalez win Gold Glove awards

Clayton Kershaw is not going to win every postseason award. Dodgers teammate Zack Greinke saw to that Tuesday.
Gonzalez, Greinke win NL Gold Glove awards

Gonzalez, Greinke win NL Gold Glove awards

Adrian Gonzalez and Zack Greinke were named National League Gold Glove award winners at their positions Tuesday. For Gonzalez, the award is the fourth Gold Glove of his career but his first with the Dodgers. He also won in the National League with...
Rotoworld Nov 4, 2014

Zack Greinke wins first Gold Glove award - Zack Greinke (S) Los Angeles Dodgers

Zack Greinke has been named the 2014 National League Gold Glove winner at pitcher.

2015 Position Outlook: Starting pitchers

LOS ANGELES – Just replicating the performance of their starting rotation -- second-best in the majors to the Washington Nationals -- will be a major challenge for the Los Angeles Dodgers in 2015. It’s hard to ask Clayton Kershaw to perform any better after a season in which he was a Cy Young shoo-in and a likely league MVP, leaving aside his performance in the postseason. Beyond Zack Greinke – who could opt out of his deal at the conclusion of next season – and Hyun-Jin Ryu, the Dodgers lack depth.
Topeka Capital-Journal Oct 28, 2014

Royals notebook: Game 7 starter Guthrie eyeing finish line

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The Wil Myers trade gets all the publicity. The Zack Greinke deal gets nearly universal adoration. But it is a piece acquired in a trade considered mundane at the time that will be front and center when the Royals attempt to win their first World Series in 29 years Wednesday night at Kauffman Stadium. On July 20, 2012, Kansas City sent struggling left-hander Jonathan Sanchez to the Colorado Rockies for veteran righty Jeremy Guthrie. And on Oct. 29, 2014, the Royals will send Guthrie to the mound for Game 7 of the World Series. read more
Baltimore Sun Oct 25, 2014

Royals getting harder to deal with, beat Giants and lead World Series

SAN FRANCISCO — Zack Greinke asked out of Kansas City four years ago. He was in the prime of his career. He would not sign a new contract with the Royals because he wanted to win and, as he told anyone who asked, he did not believe the Royals could win.
Los Angeles Times Oct 24, 2014

Royals edge Giants, 3-2, to take 2-1 lead in World Series

Zack Greinke asked out of Kansas City four years ago. He was in the prime of his career. He would not sign a new contract with the Royals because he wanted to win and, as he told anyone who asked, he did not believe the Royals could win.

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