Today's Knuckleball "Zack Greinke has gradually extended his throwing distance while playing catch the last few days, but it appears likely that he will not return as tentatively scheduled in late July. That is fine with general manager Dave Stewart. “We should,” Stewart said when asked if the D-backs are..." July 17
Arizona Sports "Arizona Diamondbacks ace Zack Greinke left last Tuesday’s start with an oblique injury and is now headed to the disabled list. Greinke hit his stride in the past two months, winning seven straight decisions from May 17 to June 18 and has not lost since May 12. After a rough start to the season,..." July 03
Arizona Republic "Diamondbacks ace Zack Greinke’s strained left oblique muscle is feeling much better, but not good enough to make his next start. Manager Chip Hale said Friday that Greinke would not pitch Tuesday, but that the right-hander could be available to face the Giants next weekend in San..." July 02
Arizona Republic "No news was good news on Wednesday regarding the status of Diamondbacks ace Zack Greinke and his sore left oblique. Manager Chip Hale said there was no update on the star right-hander but the team should have a clearer picture about Greinke’s status by Friday. That’s the day the Diamondbacks..." June 30
Arizona Republic "Diamondbacks ace Zack Greinke left Tuesday night’s start against the Phillies in the top of the third inning after suffering what was described as tightness in his left oblique. It isn’t yet known if Greinke will be able to make his next start, miss it, or be placed on the 15-day disabled..." June 29
Sporting News "Who he is: For anyone who studies ballpark factors, it might have been apparent that Zack Greinke made a mistake when he signed a $206.5 million free agent deal with the Diamondbacks. From 2013 to 2015, Greinke enjoyed the greatest stretch of his career, going 51-15 with a 2.30 ERA for the..." April 20
Bleacher Report "Zack Greinke is renewing acquaintances during his highly anticipated return to Los Angeles this week. But, alas, he is not starting in L.A. This is purely a social visit for the man who opted out of his Dodgers deal and signed a whopping, six-year, $206.5 million contract with the Arizona..." April 13
The Score "When Zack Greinke returned to Chavez Ravine on Tuesday for the first time since signing a six-year, $206.5-million deal with the Diamondbacks, the 32-year-old right-hander made it clear he didn't leave Los Angeles for Arizona because of a reported beef with former Dodgers teammate Yasiel..." April 12
MLB.com "Yes, D-backs right-hander Zack Greinke did settle in after a three-run first inning Saturday night to keep his team in the game, which the Cubs ended up winning, 4-2. And it's true that the outing was an improvement over his Opening Day start. But Greinke, who signed a six-year, $206.5..." April 10
Arizona Republic "Did a bout of the flu compromise Zack Greinke’s start against the Colorado Rockies on Opening Day? That’s what FOX Sports national baseball writer Ken Rosenthal suggested in a tweet Tuesday morning. It read: “Greinke pitched with flu. Did not come close to missing start; decision that he would..." April 07
Sources: #Dbacks’ Greinke pitched with flu. Did not come close to missing start; decision that he would pitch was made day before.
The Score "On Monday, the Los Angeles Dodgers will open their season with a considerably different lineup than the last one they fielded in 2015. Zack Greinke, last year's Cy Young runner-up, bolted for the desert after the division-rival Diamondbacks signed him to a record-breaking contract. Manager Don..." April 03
#Dbacks Chip Hale says Zack Greinke will start opening day. Rest of order to be determined by match ups the first week.
The Score "The Arizona Diamondbacks spent $206.5 million to bring right-hander Zack Greinke to their club in the offseason, so it's no surprise they'll be handing the ball to the former Cy Young winner to start Opening Day. Diamondbacks manager Chip Hale told reporters on Wednesday that Greinke will get..." February 17