Zack Greinke doesn't lose it often. But when he has, the Brewers pitcher has really lost it this season.
In nine starts this season, Greinke has registered a quality start in six of his outings. But on two occasions this season, the ace has crashed and burned on the mound.
Against Chicago on April 12, Greinke lasted just 3-23 innings, allowed eight earned runs and struck out five batters, as the Cubs blasted the Brewers, 8-0. And on Saturday night, Greinke seemed to lose it again.
Coming into Saturday's game with a 5-1 record and 2.70 ERA, making him one of the National League's top pitchers to this point, Greinke lasted just 2-13 innings, allowed 10 hits and seven earned runs, and walked three batters, one of which came with the bases loaded. The seven earned runs put the Brewers in too big of a hole, as the team failed to register a hit after the fifth inning and lost to Arizona.
Pitching coach Rick Kranitz said that despite Greinke's tough outing, the Diamondbacks actually hi...