Though Don Mattingly's days as the Los Angeles Dodgers' manager have been rumored to be numbered, Zack Greinke is just starting to get settled in after recently returning from a month-long absence.
Greinke makes just his fourth start Tuesday night and first at Miller Park since being traded from the Milwaukee Brewers last season.
The Dodgers have made large investments over the last year, adding high-priced players Hanley Ramirez, Adrian Gonzalez and Carl Crawford through trades before signing Greinke to a six-year, 147 million in the offseason.
Los Angeles (18-25), though, is in last place in the NL West, and Mattingly has taken the brunt of the blame. He addressed rumors of his impending firing before Monday's series opener, saying he'll continue to do his job unless told otherwise by team president Stan Kasten and general manager Ned Colletti.
"As far as any kind of rumors or whatever they are, I talked to Stan the other day. He didn't fire me that day," Mattingly said. "I'm stil...