MLB Daily Dish "As many others are reporting, the Dodgers are expected to be strong players for free-agent starters this winter, and they're making a strong push for Jon Lester, according to Rob Bradford and Alex Speier of WEEI.com. According to major-league sources, a growing concern within the Dodgers'..." December 04
ESPN Los Angeles "The Los Angeles Dodgers are concerned enough about some discomfort in Zack Greinke's elbow that they scratched his between-starts bullpen session heading into Thursday's outing. They are still hopeful Greinke will start Thursday, but it's a situation they're monitoring closely, particularly..." August 20
Clayton Kershaw will start Thursday on regular rest, Zack Greinke pushed to Saturday, Mattingly says.
Zack Greinke threw a 25-pitch bullpen session, including breaking balls, seemed fine. Mattingly said facing hitters could be next.
MLB.com "Dodgers pitcher Zack Greinke threw a 25-pitch bullpen session Thursday as he recovers from a mild right calf strain. Manager Don Mattingly said Greinke might next throw to hitters, which would put him on track for an exhibition game start next week. Greinke is not expected to make the..." March 06
CBSSports.com "Dodgers right-hander and No. 2 man Zack Greinke this spring has been limited by a strained right calf, and now manager Don Mattingly says he likely won't be stretched out in time to pitch in the season-opening series against the Diamondbacks in Australia, which begins March 22. "From a..." March 04
Greinke feels no different than yesterday. Mattingly: "We're still going to be cautious with him." No timetable for return.
Los Angeles Times "Zack Greinke suffered an apparent injury only three pitches into his exhibition season. Greinke was escorted off the field in the first inning Thursday by Stan Conte, the Dodgers director of medical services. Greinke started the game by forcing Arizona Diamondbacks leadoff hitter Tony..." February 28
ESPN.com "Opening their season in Australia more than a week ahead of 28 other teams is causing the Los Angeles Dodgers some headaches, particularly when they try to line up their pitching. Zack Greinke, who likely would pitch the second of two games at the Sydney Cricket Ground against the Arizona..." February 23
MLB.com "All year long, they went deep and they found the gaps, and baseball's best batsmen of 2013 connected one more time on Wednesday night, collecting The Silver Slugger Awards for their offensive performances this season. With the Yankees' Robinson Cano picking up a fourth consecutive silver bat..." November 07
ESPN Los Angeles "After pitching on three days' rest for the first time in his career Los Angeles Dodgers ace Clayton Kershaw will be getting a bit more rest before his next start. Zack Greinke is expected to start Game 1 of the NLCS against the Cardinals on Friday with Kershaw set to go on regular rest in Game..." October 10
Greinke will pitch Sunday in SD following Kershaw. Ryu gets extra rest will start Tuesday in SF
Hardball Talk "Zack Greinke is having a great year on the mound but what has been more impressive is what he has accomplished offensively. He entered this afternoon’s start against the Padres with an .809 OPS easily the best mark among pitchers at the dish this season. Cubs pitcher Travis Wood has a .717 OPS the..." September 02
Los Angeles Times "Clayton Kershaw might win another Cy Young Award this season. And Hyun-Jin Ryu could be the National League rookie of the year. But over the last seven weeks neither has been the best pitcher on the Dodgers. That honor goes to right-hander Zack Greinke who held the Miami Marlins to one run..." August 22
Sporting News "The player reaction to the Ryan Braun’s Biogenesis suspension continues to produce astounding levels of both honesty and condemnation around Major League Baseball. We’ve already heard from rival players—Skip Schumaker Joe Saunders and C.J. Wilson among others—but on Friday a former teammate..." July 27
Los Angeles Times "Zack Greinke didn't throw at or taunt any of the Arizona Diamondbacks. He didn't have to. Greinke was civil in exacting revenge against the team that threw at him last month, shutting down the Diamondbacks and leading the Dodgers to their 13th win in 16 games, a 6-1 victory Monday at Chase..." July 09
Hardball Talk "MLB handed down suspensions yesterday for Tuesday’s benches-clearing brawl between the Diamondbacks and Dodgers, with Arizona’s Ian Kennedy receiving a 10-game suspension and Eric Hinske getting five games. J.P. Howell and Skip Schumaker both got two games on the Dodgers’ side of things while..." June 15
L.A. Daily News "Dodgers pitcher J.P. Howell pinned Turner Ward, the Arizona Diamondbacks' assistant hitting coach, over a rail hanging above a concrete camera well. Dodgers manager Don Mattingly wrestled Diamondbacks bench coach Alan Trammell to the ground. Dodgers hitting coach Mark McGwire grabbed..." June 12
Fox Sports Wisconsin "Carlos Gomez knew Zack Greinke was smiling when he struck him out with two runners on in the first inning. He also knew exactly what his former teammate was going to throw him when he got up for his third at-bat of the day in the fifth inning. Gomez got exactly what he was looking for and laced..." May 22
Washington Times "Two days before he would make a triumphant return from the disabled list with 5 1/3 innings of one-run baseball in a victory over the Washington Nationals, Zack Greinke stood on the field at Dodger Stadium laughing and smiling in conversation with Nationals principal owner Mark Lerner. It was..." May 18
L.A. Daily News "Zack Greinke recently sent Dodgers manager Don Mattingly a text message gauging his fitness level before taking the mound for the first time since fracturing his left clavicle last month against the Padres. The gist being, Greinke was more than ready to compete but expecting him to be in..." May 16
L.A. Daily News "The Dodgers will activate Zack Greinke from the disabled list, and the right-hander will start Wednesday night against the Washington Nationals less than five weeks after he had a metal plate inserted in his fractured left clavicle. Greinke made only one rehab start last Friday and threw 80..." May 15
L.A. Daily News "The coaches, managers and physicians may know where Dodgers pitcher Zack Greinke will start Wednesday, but it remained a state secret as of Monday afternoon. Greinke will either come off the disabled list to start against the Washington Nationals or make another rehabilitation start, likely for..." May 14
Zack Greinke starts for Dodgers Wednesday, Don Mattingly said.
Fox Sports West "Dodgers starter Zack Greinke allowed eight runs (five earned) on six hits in 4 1/3 innings while making his first rehab start for Rancho Cucamonga after breaking his left collarbone a month ago. Despite the rough outing, Greinke is confident he’ll be able to pitch for the Dodgers as soon as..." May 11
Zack Greinke said he feels ready to start Wednesday for Dodgers: “I’m not gonna be in midseason form, but I feel like I can get guys out.”
Sources: Zack Greinke will start for Class-A Rancho Cucamonga tomorrow in Lake Elsinore. #Dodgers
#Dodgers hopeful Zack Greinke can return in 2-3 weeks. He's about 3 weeks ahead of schedule.
MLB.com "The Dodgers have been encouraged by Zack Greinke's recovery from a broken left collarbone, and the right-hander is already throwing less than three weeks removed from surgery. Greinke threw from 90 feet before Monday's game against the Rockies. He had surgery on April 13 and had a metal plate..." April 30
Greinke is scheduled to throw early next week. Yes, you read that right.
Greinke underwent surgery today, the #Dodgers announced. The procedure took 90 minutes.
It'll be Chris Capuano taking Greinke's spot in #Dodgers rotation Tuesday. Capuano threw full bullpen session this afternoon. Do the math
Los Angeles Times "The pitch by Zack Greinke that struck Carlos Quentin on the biceps appeared innocent enough. The Dodgers were ahead of the San Diego Padres by only a run. There were no outs in the sixth inning. The count was full. But Quentin charged the mound and sparked a Thursday night melee that could..." April 12
MLB.com "Zack Greinke, who broke his left collarbone in a fracas with Padres left fielder Carlos Quentin on Thursday night, will undergo surgery Saturday in Los Angeles and is expected to miss eight weeks. Greinke hit Quentin with a pitch during Thursday's 3-2 win, and the right-hander said he sustained..." April 12
Orange County Register "Zack Greinke faced a jury of his peers for the first time since March 1 and reached an easy verdict. "A lot needs to be improved," the Dodgers right-hander said after giving up five runs on six hits and walking the only three batters he faced in the fourth inning of an 8-2 loss to the Kansas City..." March 26
MLB.com "Dodgers starting pitcher Zack Greinke Monday night said his right elbow felt fine after pitching in his first Major League exhibition game since March 1 and he should be ready to start the season on time. "I should be. I think so," he said. "I'll definitely be there, if I can build up..." March 26
Los Angeles Times "Zack Greinke said Wednesday that he should be ready to pitch in the opening week of the regular season, but the Dodgers braced themselves for the possibility that shortstop Hanley Ramirez could be lost for more than two months. Ramirez was scheduled for an MRI exam on his right thumb, which he..." March 21
Zack Greinke will throw 45 pitches in a minor league game at Camelback Ranch Wednesday, with A.J. Ellis catching
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel "Zack Greinke was asked about the difference in moving from the smallish Milwaukee market to the booming metropolis of Los Angeles. "The only thing I can complain about is I have to talk about my injury every single day," said Greinke. Welcome to the expansive Los Angeles media corps. When..." March 18
Greinke felt good this morning. He will pitch in a game on Mar. 20.
Sporting News "Los Angeles Dodgers right-hander Zack Greinke has thrown off a mound for the first time since being shut down March 11 with inflammation in his right elbow. Now the team waits to see how he feels today, the day after Greinke threw 38 pitches at the team’s Glendale, Ariz., facility. Greinke,..." March 18
L.A. Daily News "The clock is ticking on a pair of injured Dodgers stars trying to avoid starting the season on the disabled list. Outfielder Carl Crawford and pitcher Zack Greinke seem intent on racing the clock. Crawford, who hasn't appeared in a major-league game since Aug. 19 of last year, could make his..." March 17
L.A. Daily News "Dodgers right-hander Zack Greinke said there's "zero chance" he would be at full strength April 2, when he is scheduled to make his first start of the season, but he didn't rule out pitching that day in an interview with Sirius XM Sports. "I don't know for sure," Greinke said when asked if he'd..." March 15
Los Angeles Times "Zack Greinke is scheduled to play catch Friday, four days after he returned to Los Angeles to get his sore right elbow examined by Dr. Neal ElAttrache. Greinke won’t throw a bullpen session until next week. With only two weeks remaining in spring training, Manager Don Mattingly said he didn’t..." March 15
Zack Greinke will play catch tomorrow. Dodgers manager Don Mattingly says no telling yet if he'll be ready to start the season.
Orange County Register "Zack Greinke arrived back at the Dodgers' spring training facility Tuesday from a quick trip to Los Angeles to have his injured right elbow examined by team physician Dr. Neil ElAttrache. His day away from the team did little to add context to his situation. Dr. ElAttrache confirmed the..." March 13
Los Angeles Times "Zack Greinke said Tuesday he didn't know whether he will be able to make his first scheduled start of the regular season for the Dodgers. Pitching coach Rick Honeycutt wouldn't speculate. Manager Don Mattingly said he thought Greinke would face the San Francisco Giants on April 2, but acknowledged..." March 13
L.A. Daily News "Dodgers pitcher Zack Greinke is expected to return to the team today after flying to Los Angeles to receive an injection of platelet-rich plasma and anti-inflammatory medication in his right elbow Monday. The right-hander, who signed a six-year, $159 million contract with the Dodgers in..." March 12
Orange County Register "The Dodgers spun it as "an abundance of caution." But $147 million is an abundance of money. Right-hander Zack Greinke, who signed as a free agent for six years and $147 million over the winter, left camp for Los Angeles on Monday morning to have his right elbow examined by Dr. Neal..." March 12
Los Angeles Times "The Dodgers sent pitcher Zack Greinke to Los Angeles on Monday for an examination of his right elbow. Greinke complained of irritation in the elbow while throwing on Sunday. The Dodgers sent him to Dr. Neal El Attrache for what the team called a "precautionary exam" ordered out of an "abundance..." March 11