Zack Greinke and Hyun-jin Ryu each made their Dodgers debut on Sunday, and combined for three scoreless innings as the Dodgers tied the White Sox 2-2 at Camelback Ranch.
Greinke struck out two in his two innings of work, and allowed just one hit.
Ryu was sharp in his one inning as well, with a strikeout and one hit allowed. The one hit was a triple by DeWayne Wise, which Ryu said was a curve ball that hung. Ryu was shown a knew grip for his curve last week by Sandy Koufax.
"He was teaching me how to throw a curveball but I guess it didn't really work today. I'll continue practicing," Ryu told reporters, per J.P. Hoornstra of the Daily News.
Zack Greinke, Hyun-jin Ryu pitch scoreless debuts in Dodgers' 2-2 tie with White Sox
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