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 over eight innings Wednesday in a 4-1 victory winning for the ninth time in his last 10 decisions and dropping his earned-run average to a major league-best 1.41 since July 8.
"All the guys are good. And all the guys are different" Manager Don Mattingly said. "But Zack we're getting to see more and more how good he is."
Good enough to match Kershaw and Ryu with 12 victories. Good enough to extend his winning streak to five games. And good enough to hold opponents to one run and a .190 batting average over his last three starts.
It's a streak that leaves Greinke with seven starts remaining with a chance to top his career high of 16 victories a number first reached when he won the American Leag...