(AP Photo)Here's the scenario. One team—the D'Backs—shelled out megabucks for Zack Greinke this past winter. So far, to put it mildly, he's been under-whelming (6-3, 4.71 ERA). Of course, on the Red Sox, that would be the third-best starter ERA. Greinke is signed through 2021 (6 yrs/$206.5M), but as FanGraphs.com points out, "...the D’Backs would remain responsible for the $18 million signing bonus, and because of the deferred salary, the calculated value of his future salaries is more like $160 million." And, trading for Greinke now would obviously not cost the Red Sox a draft pick....
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