LOS ANGELES Zack Greinke isnt much for verbosity, usually letting his pitching do the talking. Wednesday night, though, the Dodgers 147-million right-hander was happy to comment about his performance in the Dodgers 3-1 win over the Washington Nationals.
It was fun, the former Cy Young Award winner said.
OK, so its maybe more of an observation than a full-fledged, in-depth comment, but Greinke did let his arm and bat speak volumes for him in 5 13 innings.
He gave up one run on five hits and drove in the winning run with a single to right field in the second inning as the Dodgers won their second in a row, after losing 19 of 29 following Greinkes injury.
Greinke (2-0) hadnt pitched in a major-league game since April 11 when he broke his left collarbone during a brawl in San Diego after hitting Padres outfielder Carlos Quentin.
I knew something was wrong the second I started walking off the field, Greinke said. Something just didnt feel right.
He subsequently had surgery and...